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Fake Food Is Not Fit For Human Consumption

Public service announcement: Fake food used in home staging is not fit for human consumption! It has no nutritional or caloric value. It does not taste very good. You should not try to eat it.

fake food is not fit for human consumption

Photo of a fake pear used in a recent home staging in Arcadia, CA.

Yes, those are human bite marks. They are adult human bite marks. The adult human who bit into this pear did not understand that it was a fake pear, even after they bit into it the first time. They tried to bite into it more than once. Apparently, they thought it just wasn't ripe and they put it back in the bowl with the rest of the fake pears.

Fake pears and fake food in general have no caloric or nutritional value. You should not try to eat it.

I never thought I would have to write those words...

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Comment balloon 84 commentsMichelle Minch • September 21 2008 12:38AM

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Michelle,  That is too funny.  Do you think it was a buyer, the home owner or an agent holding an open house in the down time?

Posted by Jimmy McCall, The Ex-Mortgage Consultant (JimmyMcCall.com) about 10 years ago

One on the new home builders I have been to has a beautiful chocolate cake under a glass cake dome sitting on the granite island in this drop dead gourmet kitchen. When people walk in, they are drawn to the cake, only to be told by the sales associate that it is a fake cake.

Posted by Richard Mielke, REALTOR, Gettysburg Pennsylvania Real Estate (RE/MAX Results) about 10 years ago

That is hillarious, wish you had the person who did it on video, could have cone for america's favorite home buyers section .

Posted by James Engel, KW Beverly Hills (Keller Williams Realty Beverly Hills) about 10 years ago

Jimmy: I know it wasn't the agent. She is way to smart and well mannered to eat the props. Not sure about the other two.

Richard: That chocolate cake will make that house more memorable. The potential buyers will refer to it as the 'chocolate cake house'.

James: I wish I had it on video too. BTW - in the same house, so I am assuming it is the same person, someone bit into some fake sugar snap peas in a bowl of fake vegetables in the kitchen. They must have been hungry!

Posted by Michelle Minch, Home Staging Los Angeles and Pasadena, CA (Moving Mountains Design Home Staging, Pasadena, CA) about 10 years ago

Hilarious!  Will wonders ever cease?  It must have been someone over 50 like me who can't see without their glasses!

Posted by Sherry Lee Cox (Platinum Properties) about 10 years ago

That's hysterical!  I cannot imagine thinking it was okay to pick up fruit in someone elses house and eat it!  What nerve.

Posted by Chris Fisher (Your Virtual Assistant) about 10 years ago

Michelle,

Wouldn't it be humorous if the person who did it, put it back, got hungry later in the day, and forgot it was fake?

Steve

Posted by Steve Hoffacker, Certified Aging In Place Specialist-Instructor (Steve Hoffacker LLC) about 10 years ago

Sherry: We use really high quality props, but I bet anyone with a blindfold on could tell it wasn't real just by the feel of it.

Chris: I didn't want to offend anyone by pointing out that eating a stranger's food is rude, but you are absolutely right.

Steve: That would be even more scary, not humorous. Just when you think you've seen it all!

Posted by Michelle Minch, Home Staging Los Angeles and Pasadena, CA (Moving Mountains Design Home Staging, Pasadena, CA) about 10 years ago

Michelle, it amazes me someone would try to eat it even if it was real.  I don't think I would want to eat props sitting at a home real or otherwise.  Too funny!

Posted by Michele Hess, Home Stager Rockford - Simply Staged Inc (Simply Staged Inc.) about 10 years ago

Michele: I agree...amazing...and not in a good way.

Posted by Michelle Minch, Home Staging Los Angeles and Pasadena, CA (Moving Mountains Design Home Staging, Pasadena, CA) about 10 years ago

Actually I had buyers who had a new home built by that builder. We held settlement in the model home with the fake chocolate cake. There was a delay in settlement, it was getting close to lunch time. The sales manager ran out and bought us lunch while we waited for the loan docs to arrive. My buyer was threatening to eat the fake cake in the meantime.

Posted by Richard Mielke, REALTOR, Gettysburg Pennsylvania Real Estate (RE/MAX Results) about 10 years ago

Richard: I think they would have been in for a surprise. Glad the lunch got their before the mutiny.

Posted by Michelle Minch, Home Staging Los Angeles and Pasadena, CA (Moving Mountains Design Home Staging, Pasadena, CA) about 10 years ago

Michelle, that was awesome. As if these people see one piece of fruit and help themselves is beyond me. Thanks, Keith 

Posted by Keith Goodman (Keith Goodman ) about 10 years ago

Wow!! That just made me laugh out loud..people do some strange things..Thanks for the photo, because words simply wouldn't do it justice. 

Posted by Justin Rollins (West USA) about 10 years ago

Keith: Help themselves they did.The pear is the proof.

Justin: I like using visual aids. Helps tell the story.

Posted by Michelle Minch, Home Staging Los Angeles and Pasadena, CA (Moving Mountains Design Home Staging, Pasadena, CA) about 10 years ago

Michelle:  Why my fake food looks real, I can honestly say no one has tried to take a bite!

 

Posted by Renee Pratta, Renewed Rooms - SC (Renewed Rooms) about 10 years ago

This is absolutely hysterical!  It would be one thing if they were bites from a small child...but I don't know how many kids will eat snap peas as well...  TOO funny!

Posted by Connie Tebyani, Platinum Home Staging, Los Angeles and Ventura County (Platinum Home Staging, Inc. : RESA-Pro) about 10 years ago

Renee: The REA was just as surprised as I was.

Connie: The snap peas were in a collander on the kitchen counter. A little kid couldn't reach it. They have wires coming out of the top to hold them together. Also, the teeth prints are big!

Posted by Michelle Minch, Home Staging Los Angeles and Pasadena, CA (Moving Mountains Design Home Staging, Pasadena, CA) about 10 years ago

:)

Posted by Maureen Maureen about 10 years ago

Michelle, take it as a compliment!  Your props are so life -like - they look edible!  smile

Posted by Marci Toliver, Anderson SC, Spartanburg,Greenville SC, Home Staging (438-4642) about 10 years ago

Too funny Michelle, and a real faux pas! Some of my pears are wooden - someone may just loose a tooth if they tried this one ;-)

 

Posted by Karen Otto, Plano Home Staging, Dallas Home Staging, www.homes (Home Star Staging) about 10 years ago

Maureen: ':o))

Marci: I think someone was just hungry.

Karen: I wonder if we are covered by our staging insurance for lost teeth.

Posted by Michelle Minch, Home Staging Los Angeles and Pasadena, CA (Moving Mountains Design Home Staging, Pasadena, CA) about 10 years ago

Let's ask Vitus ;-)

Posted by Karen Otto, Plano Home Staging, Dallas Home Staging, www.homes (Home Star Staging) about 10 years ago

Hi Michelle- That is very funny! I can't even imagine trying it! Where did you find faux sugar snap peas ? I am on the faux food hunt and haven't come across those :)

 

Posted by Wendy Timmons, Temecula Realtor (Move Home Realty ) about 10 years ago

Wendy: There is a store here in Pasadena (Stats) that has fruit and vegetables, but only seasonally, usually only the spring and early summer. They got rid of all the fruit and veggies at the end of July so they could start selling Halloween, Thanksgiving and Christmas decorations. Sorry. If I see some, I'll let you know.

Posted by Michelle Minch, Home Staging Los Angeles and Pasadena, CA (Moving Mountains Design Home Staging, Pasadena, CA) about 10 years ago

Thanks anyway ! I have a lot , just haven't seen sugar snaps yet :)

Posted by Wendy Timmons, Temecula Realtor (Move Home Realty ) about 10 years ago

Michelle: OMG! THAT is too funny!!! LOL!   I need to go check some of my faux fruit...I SWEAR I have some bite marks too but I was too dense to realize what they were until NOW!!!  LOL!

Posted by Teresa Meyer, Home Staging Cincinnati-OH. (Cincinnati Home Stager) about 10 years ago

Teresa: I'm sure I am not the only one this has happened to. Feel free to post your photos if you find your fruit has been bitten.

Posted by Michelle Minch, Home Staging Los Angeles and Pasadena, CA (Moving Mountains Design Home Staging, Pasadena, CA) about 10 years ago

Michelle, They're lucky they didn't break a tooth!  Fake food used to look fake, now I think it looks fabulous and I love the colors it adds!

Posted by Laura Cerrano, Certified Feng Shui Expert, Speaker & Researcher (Feng Shui Manhattan Long Island) about 10 years ago

In the person's defense... they look like little teeth!

Posted by Kristina Leone (Lionheart Home Staging, LLC) about 10 years ago

Carole: The pear is made of high desity foam. It does look real from a distance, but if you were holding it up to your face to bite it, you could see it was fake. I think fake fruit brings low maintenace energy and life to a room when used correctly.

Kristina: They are actually pretty big teeth marks, but that might not be clear from the photo.

 

Posted by Michelle Minch, Home Staging Los Angeles and Pasadena, CA (Moving Mountains Design Home Staging, Pasadena, CA) about 10 years ago

I bet it was a joke.

Richard, using a cake like that isn't the smartest idea.  People will remember the cake and not the kitchen

Posted by Virginia Tatseos (Stage-Show-Sell) about 10 years ago

Now you tell me after my third fruit basket Michelle, where were you 2 days ago... 

Posted by Paul S. Henderson, REALTOR®, CRS, Tacoma Washington Agent/Broker & Market Authority! (RE/MAX Northwest.) about 10 years ago

Fake food does have nutritional value to fake people. You get fake vitamins and fake minerals. So, let Hollywood enjoy!

Posted by Fred Chamberlin, Oak Harbor/Whidbeynulls, #1 Experienced FHA Mortgage Consultant (Guild Mortgage Co - Oak Harbor WA) about 10 years ago

I enjoyed this post immensely.  You have earned a new subscriber tonight.  Hilarious!

Posted by Jason Crouch, Broker - Austin Texas Real Estate (512-796-7653) (Austin Texas Homes, LLC) about 10 years ago

LOL...GREAT stuff...thanks for sharing!

Posted by Jason Romrell (Business Attorney and Success Advisor) about 10 years ago

Now that is funny - I can't imagine someone doing that!  I guess you learn something new everyday!

Posted by Anonymous about 10 years ago

Michelle, are you sure it wasn't a "pair" of people that tried to bite it?

Posted by Charles Buell, Seattle Home Inspector (Charles Buell Inspections Inc.) about 10 years ago

Michelle:  Perhaps another sign could have been used that said that it was fake food, very tasteless, and should only be eaten by fake people with fake teeth.  :)

Posted by Karen Anne Stone, Fort Worth Real Estate (New Home Hunters of Fort Worth and Tarrant County) about 10 years ago

This is hysterical... it reminds me of an I Love Lucy episode that I remember with lucy eating wax grapes on Ricky's boss' wife's coffee table.  Maybe stagers will need to start placing warning signs near fake fruit.  I am still laughing here. 

Posted by Steve Shatsky about 10 years ago

That person must have been on drug or very hungry.

It would have been funny for you to catched it on camera!

 

Posted by Stephanie Perrault, Realtor Associate (Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage) about 10 years ago

good lord, that is funny.  ever try a fake beer can?

 

chris

Posted by Chris Brown- Florida Home Loan Specialist | Certified Mortgage Planner, Chris Brown 407.367.2974 (Chris Brown | Certified Mortgage Planners) about 10 years ago

Way too funny!  It makes me wonder if the fruit was real what would have been left!

Posted by Rick Riddell, Manager, REW™ (Weichert, Realtors - Watson & Associates) about 10 years ago

Kinda 'toopid that any adult would attempt to bite into a fake pear or any fruit for that matter. Musta left their brains out in the car...

Posted by TeamCHI - Complete Home Inspections, Inc., Home Inspectons - Nashville, TN area - 615.661.029 (Complete Home Inspections, Inc.) about 10 years ago

Thats too funny.  That happened to a girlfriend of mine at her house. But, it was a child that took the bite.

Posted by Mary Bowen, Real Estate At Its Finest!!! (Coldwell Banker United, Realtor) about 10 years ago

Oh my.  Well... they obviously look real.  I would take this as a compliment (smile).

Kathy

Posted by Kathy Nielsen, Atlanta Georgia Home Stager (http://atlantahomestaging.net) about 10 years ago

Michelle ~ That is unbelievable!  And then to try it a second time . .  . makes you wonder!  A builder I did work for back in May was telling me that a couple of years ago they had models done and the designer had used faux food and people took the faux food!!  

Posted by Kathy Passarette, L.I. Staging/Decorating (Creative Home Expressions) about 10 years ago

Ah...I remember the plastic fruit bowls..they were big in the 70's....I always wondered what it would feel like to leave my bite marks in a piece...not for the taste but for the feel and so...I admit it...I did...that might have been my baby teeth:)

Posted by Neal Bloom, Realtor CRS-Weston FL Real Estate (eXp Realty) about 10 years ago

LOL. My husband stages some specs and people do amazing things to fake food. We use to use full boxes of cerial ETC but it was all stolen!!!!

Posted by Chip Jefferson (Gibbs Realty and Auction Company) about 10 years ago

Hilarious post!

Posted by Andy Raffle, Team Leader - NMLS#156564 (Emery Federal Credit Union) about 10 years ago

Michelle

Now that is funny. I would love to see someone do that just to get the face value.

Sincerely

Tom Braatz

Posted by Tom Braatz Waukesha County Real Estate 262-377-1459, Waukesha County Realtor Real Estate agent. SOLD! (Coldwell Banker) about 10 years ago

That's funny. I was at my brother's a few weeks ago and my sister in law had a bowl of pears on the table.  We were eating breakfast and I picked one up and realized that it was fake. I'm just glad I figured it out before I bit it.  Some of the fake food looks amazingly real.

 

Posted by Jen Bowman, Realtor - Anna Maria Island & Bradenton FL (Keller Williams on the Water) about 10 years ago

OMG, that is too funny. Bwahahahha.  I think it's funny the first time...  But to bite it again??   Must be a pretty good fake.  Thanks for the laugh. 

Posted by Margaret Mitchell, Seacoast Maine & NH Real Estate (Coldwell Banker Yorke Realty) about 10 years ago

Too funny

Regina

Posted by Regina Butcher (Century 21 A Select Group) about 10 years ago

Hilarious!!  I guess we have yet another disclosure to post for our potential buyers!! - Don't eat the (fake) food!

Posted by Marcia Kramarz, CDPE,LMC,CBR (Re/Max Executive Realty) about 10 years ago

   I will have to run right out and check my fruit bowls...and then there are the grapes and vines that trim the kitchen ...better count the grapes...Yicks !

Posted by Sally K. & David L. Hanson, WI Realtors - Luxury - Divorce (EXP Realty 414-525-0563) about 10 years ago

What a great story and wonderful post - I like your wry humor A LOT!

Posted by Tara Jacobsen, Marketing Artfully (Marketing Artfully) about 10 years ago

That's funny. Seriously, they must have been pretty hungry. But who does that? Even if it were real? You go into someone's house and steal eat their food?

Posted by Susan Milner, Cape Coral Real Estate Broker, FloridaFutureAgents (Florida Future Realty, Inc.) about 10 years ago

Where is your sense of adventure, Lady!  Why were they stealing food any way.  I understand a candy jar sitting out is for the taking but fruit?  You gotta really want it!

Posted by Melody Botting, You Deserve The Best (Broker Associate PenFed Realty) about 10 years ago

LOL, I think I've seen everything now in staging. I've had people sleep in my beds, break my accessories and now eating the fake food.

Goldilocks seems to have grown up and is looking at buying a house...but she's obviously up to her same tricks! 

Posted by Toronto's 2 Hounds Design: Decorating + Staging (2 Hounds Design + Home Staging) about 10 years ago

Michelle, way too funny for words. You'll have to put a sign up, "Please do not eat the (fake) fruit!"

Posted by Michael Setunsky, Your Commercial Real Estate Link to Northern VA about 10 years ago

Hi Michelle, LOL this is so funny.   It is amazing what people will do.  They should bring candid camera back for staged homes.

Posted by Karen Hubert, Home Stager (Center Stage Design-real estate staging, Ancaster/Hamilton) about 10 years ago

I'm assuming someone was either trying to be humorous or was very very hungry.  BTW, the pear does look real.

Posted by Diane Bell, Hilton Head Real Estate, Bluffton (Charter 1 Real Estate, Hilton Head, Bluffton, SC) about 10 years ago

This is really really funny! Whoever bit it was like a great white shark...the first bite wasn't so good, so he tried again...

Posted by Jennifer Mallory, Nyack NY Real Estate Broker Associate (Keller Williams Hudson Valley Realty) about 10 years ago

Hi Michelle,  Well, you just made my day !  I have seen some of this stuff and I can understand why someone would be fooled into thinking it is real.   Too funny.

Posted by Bill Gillhespy, Fort Myers Beach Realtor, Fort Myers Beach Agent - Homes & Condos (16 Sunview Blvd) about 10 years ago

I have the biggest smile on my face right now.  That picture is priceless!  Thanks for sharing.

Posted by Leah J. Armstrong, Home Staging Port Moody B.C. (House to Home ReDesigns & Real Estate Staging Vancouver B.C.) about 10 years ago

Paul: So it was you! Didn't the foam particles between your teeth give it away?

Fred: Ha ha (fake laugh:o))

Jason C.: Thank you!

Jason R: You're most welcome. Thank you

Anonymous Poster: People do some strange stuff.

Charles: Ick! Would you bite into a piece of fruit someone else had bitten and discarded? I don't even eat fruit I haven't washed first.

Posted by Michelle Minch, Home Staging Los Angeles and Pasadena, CA (Moving Mountains Design Home Staging, Pasadena, CA) about 10 years ago

Karen: Funny!

Steve: It does remind me of an I Love Lucy gag. I'm glad I gave you a good laugh.

Stephanie: I do wish I had a hidden camera there.

Chris: Now that would be funny! Do you think someone would actually drink out of an open can sitting on a table?

Rick: They probably would have left just the cores rotting in the bowl.

Michael: Brain was definitely not engaged!

Mary: I could understand a child doing it, but not an adult.

Posted by Michelle Minch, Home Staging Los Angeles and Pasadena, CA (Moving Mountains Design Home Staging, Pasadena, CA) about 10 years ago

Kathy N: I would have rather they wrote me a note of appreciation :o))

Kathy P: Last year, one of my stagings got broken into. They stole the kitchen table and chairs and a bowl of fake vegetables, among a few other things. They didn't take any high value stuff. I can understand the table and chairs, but not the fake veggies.

Neal: You naughty boy!

Laura: I don't know what makes people think it is OK to steal things. Maybe they think cereal is relatively inexpensive so it doesn't count. I have a hard time taking a peppermint from the bowl at the restaurant register.

Andy: Thanks!

Tom: Sounds like we need to call Candid Camera (is that still on the air?)

Posted by Michelle Minch, Home Staging Los Angeles and Pasadena, CA (Moving Mountains Design Home Staging, Pasadena, CA) about 10 years ago

Jen: Glad you didn't, also. It would have been talked about at every family Thanksgiving dinner for the next 20 years.

Margaret: Wow, glad you enjoyed my post.

Regina: Thanks.

Marcia: Oh my Goodness. Not another disclosure!

Sally & David: You just never know where the fruit biter will strike again!

Tara: Thank you. That is very nice of you to say!

Posted by Michelle Minch, Home Staging Los Angeles and Pasadena, CA (Moving Mountains Design Home Staging, Pasadena, CA) about 10 years ago

Susan: I am always amazed at the little things that get stolen from our staged homes. They must be thinking "I want it, therefore I will take/steal it. No one will notice".

Melody: Bad manners, I guess. I wouldn't do it, but apparently some others think it is OK.

Dane: A builder's wife used every towel in every bathroom in house we staged. 5 bathrooms. I assume it was the wife because every towel had the same color of make-up on it. I was totally grossed out. There was no call to do that but she just didn't care.

Michael: If someone is that dumb, maybe a sign would be wasted on them.

Karen: I agree.

Diane: If that is the case, they need to find a new way to entertain themselves. We use very high quality props in our stagings. We want it to look real, but if you pick them up, it is clear they are fake. Also, the inventory control number on the bottom might be a giveaway.

Posted by Michelle Minch, Home Staging Los Angeles and Pasadena, CA (Moving Mountains Design Home Staging, Pasadena, CA) about 10 years ago

Jennifer: Apparently this person has a slow ability to learn an adapt.

Bill: Making your day, made my day!

Leah: Always a good thing to be able to put a smile on someone's face. Glad you liked the photo.

Whew, I made it through the list. Thanks everyone for commenting. I apologize if I missed anyone.

Posted by Michelle Minch, Home Staging Los Angeles and Pasadena, CA (Moving Mountains Design Home Staging, Pasadena, CA) about 10 years ago

Michele - that is so funny - actually looks like something I might do - I can't be trusted around food.

btw - I bought some great looking fruit and loaves of bread at the Dollar Store here in Mesquite.

Posted by Virginia Hepp - Mesquite NV REALTOR, Mesquite NV Homes and Neighborhoods - Search MLS (ERA - Mesquite NV Homes For Sale) about 10 years ago

Well, it ads to the real look and feel of the faux, don't you think?  So funny.  Thanks for sharing,  t

Posted by Terrylynn Fisher, HAFA Certified, EcoBroker, CRS, CSP Realtor, Etc. (Dudum Real Estate Group - BuyStageSell.com) about 10 years ago

Virginia: Hopefully you can be trusted around fake food. Thanks for the tip about the Dollar Store.

Terrylynn: I'm glad it was only one pear. They could have tried several if they weren't convinced with the first one.

Posted by Michelle Minch, Home Staging Los Angeles and Pasadena, CA (Moving Mountains Design Home Staging, Pasadena, CA) about 10 years ago

This is really hilarious, if not for the fact that the visitors are either hungry or lack manners, considering the adult teeth marks. What will they sink their teeth into next?

Posted by Sherry Peckhoon Sim, Broker/Owner, Covering the Beautiful Central Coast (Sims & Company) about 10 years ago

Thanks, Michelle!  I needed a good laugh today.  I am amazed that someone (especially an adult) would think it is okay to eat food in a home they are viewing to purchase.  Some people's children....

Posted by Nancy Robertson, RESA (Signature Style Staging) about 10 years ago

Oh my gosh!  Thanks for bringing me a smile today, Michelle - the things that people will do sometimes just leave me shaking me head.  My mom called it "home training" and it's apparent that so many don't have any.

Posted by Lisa Heindel, New Orleans Real Estate Broker (Crescent City Living LLC) about 10 years ago

That is too funny. You would have thought the person knew the first time they bit that it was fake -- but they had to try it a second time.

Posted by Bob & Carolin Benjamin, East Phoenix Arizona Homes (Benjamin Realty LLC) about 10 years ago

Sherry: Lacking manners, indeed. After their snack, maybe they want to take a nap in the staged bed:o))

Nancy: I guess their parents never taught them good manners. Hopefully they learned a lesson from the fake pear.

Lisa: Home training...I love it. It is like paper training for humans!

Bob & Carolin: Maybe they knew they were doing something they shouldn't have been doing so they tried to do it really quickly. The first bite was followed by a fast second one without time for the fact that it was fake to register.

Posted by Michelle Minch, Home Staging Los Angeles and Pasadena, CA (Moving Mountains Design Home Staging, Pasadena, CA) about 10 years ago

TOO funny!!!!

Thanks Steve for reminding me about that Lucy episode!!!!

Posted by Kirsten Mellinger, Ventura County Real Estate (Emerald Funding & Realty) about 10 years ago

Kristen: I hope I haven't started a rash of jokesters biting into fake fruit during open houses!

Posted by Michelle Minch, Home Staging Los Angeles and Pasadena, CA (Moving Mountains Design Home Staging, Pasadena, CA) about 10 years ago

The things people will do sometimes???

You have a beautiful blog site - Thank you for leaving great words of wisdom on our blog.

Posted by Jason & Amber Gardner, We're Committed to Your Success! (Hasson Company, Realtors) about 10 years ago

Yes, we see some crazy things. Thank you for commenting.

Posted by Michelle Minch, Home Staging Los Angeles and Pasadena, CA (Moving Mountains Design Home Staging, Pasadena, CA) about 10 years ago

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