/r/NotFoolingAnybody is a place to post photos of buildings that have been converted to other uses, yet still strongly resemble their former use.
1) Scope of this subreddit: When submitting content, please make sure it is one of the following:
A chain-built store that was converted to another use, yet it is still obvious what the building used to be. (Example)
A building that was built for a specific, obvious purpose that is now used for a new, unintended purpose. (Example)
A store whose building or signage purposely imitates a chain, yet is unrelated to that chain. (Example)
2) All submissions must link to a still image hosted by an image hosting website (e.g. Reddit, Imgur, Flickr, etc.) Google Street View links are allowed in the comments section only.
- If you post a screenshot of a building from Google Street View, please include a link in the comments to the location of the building on Street View. Not only does this provide a source for your screenshot, but it gives other users who are interested the opportunity to look at the building in greater detail.
3) No gore or pornography. If something is NSFW, please mark it as such.
4) No image macros/memes.
5) Be polite!
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