JUST IN TIME FOR SUMMER: I was recently told that Leonardo DiCaprio is renting his Malibu beach house this summer for a cool $150,000 a month. Reality aside (because seriously: 150k! A month!), I immediately started thinking of all the things I would do in said beach house.
I got about halfway through the slideshow before it dawned on me that it DOESN'T mean Leo will also be living in the house just because I coughed up $150,000 (of pretend money I don't have), so about half of them would never come to fruition… but the other half? Game on.
After clicking over to the actual house listing and discovering that the rental fee for a lease over six months is only $75,000 a month (WHEW! Because that really makes a difference), I also discovered the house has seven bedrooms. This is exactly six more than the one bedroom apartment my husband, son, and dog are currently sharing with me, so my first order of business would be to frolic throughout each bedroom a la Jack Dawson at that killer steerage party:
I would then make a fruity and incredibly alcoholic beverage (or would there be someone to do this for me? Is that included, Leo?) and proceed to lounge around on either the amazing teal couch or somewhere on the awesome wooden patio while contemplating the various beauties of life and looking at the ocean.
If I wasn't finished contemplating (can you ever finish if you're spending 30 to 31 glorious days by the ocean in Leo D's house?), I'd immediately shimmy over to the media room. Perhaps I'd even pop in an old school flick like Critters 3 and relive Leo's foxy youth.
Really, my month spent in Leo's fancy beach house would be mostly fixated on doing absolutely nothing but sending out a "OMG I'M IN LEONARDO DICAPRIO'S HOUSE!!!!!!!!!" Tweet every 45 minutes… from my phone… while hanging out here:
And I'd probably ring up the landlord (do you think you get to talk to him?!?) and ask if I could paint, because HOLY SHIT that's a lot of white and gray.
What would you do in Leo's place if the magic money fairy gifted you $150,000 to spend on rent?