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Thursday, August 22, 2013

The Real World San Francisco: Here's Where The Strangers are Living

Posted By on Thu, Aug 22, 2013 at 3:13 PM

  • Juanita More

The one fascinating part of the formulaic "reality" show The Real World is the house.

And now, Juanita More has Instagramed an interior picture of the new, very bright, apartment for the second San Francisco season.

Notice how the map of San Francisco cuts off half way through the city; just like the tourist maps handed out on Fisherman's Wharf. It's as though it's saying, "There's no need for you to go south to that no-man's-land!"

SFist notes the apartment is located at 1244 Sutter St.; expect these new Polk Gulch neighbors to be frequenting the many bars in the area while getting trashed and proclaiming that no one understands them -- before returning home to sleep with one another.

If you spot them filming, please let us know where they were and how drunk they appeared.

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