Snappy September - Day Twenty Nine - Strazat
The final 'Wednesday Word Verification Explanation' for Snappy September is one that is common to all neighbourhoods except the very, very wealthy.
A Strazat is the indoor lounge that, once worn, out of fashion and stained beyond social acceptability is moved outdoors to the front of the house.
The strazat is infamous for lowering the tone of a home, street or even neighbourhood, particularly if it is actually used as an outdoor lounge. Those found on a strazat tend to have lots of time on their hands, are frequently inebriated and prone to giving unsolicited 'advice' and 'compliments' to passersby.
People wishing to sell a house nearby one that hosts a Strazat should either arrange for a crowd of friends to turn up to the auction and block the view from potential buyers or take matters into their own hands and have it removed by stealth.
Alternatively, people have bribed Strazat owners with a free slabs of VB for each time it is removed for an Open Inspection, with the additional sweetener of helping them install their own brewing operation next to the strazat after your property has sold.
Once the paint thinner and elderberry skins are ready for drinking, it won't be your concern any longer.