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One community recently placed new flower pots by the pool—large, round terra cotta planters 4 feet tall and about the width of a monster-truck tire—in an attempt to improve curb appeal for an amenity that was hidden away and in need of a “wow” factor.
The flowers were beautiful and looked fantastic around the pool area. All that the maintenance team had to do was water them daily, including on the weekends. But apparently a few residents decided that they wanted to pull a stupid prank (and save the maintenance team from working during the weekend), because one Saturday morning the leasing staff found every one of the planters in the pool... while giving a tour of the community! No watering needed.
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