Parents Give 'Secret Treasure Room' To Son For 4th B-Day

August 22, 2014


This is the secret treasure room that parents Sarah Goer and her husband gave their son for his fourth birthday. They knew about the secret room connected to his bedroom for years, but kept it hidden from him with a dresser while they had it remodeled to present to him on his 4th birthday. Man, I wish I had a secret treasure room. This kid is lucky. What's he gonna get for his next birthday, a functional rocketship? "You're just jealous." Of course I'm jealous, this kid's only four and has a secret treasure room bigger than my apartment. I can reach the stove from my bed. WHILE SHOWERING.

Keep going for a couple more shots of the finished product.





Thanks to Jan, who used to pretend the hall closet was his secret treasure room. Awwwww.

  • Stefan

    When he is older, he can cook meth in there

  • pukoh

    sling room anyone

  • Deksam

    It looks more like a low budget panic room.

  • Joebiee

    Needs more... Treasure?

  • RG Prince

    Pretty cool for a four year-old. Not so much in 10 years!

  • Sebastiann Elegant√© Neely

    I wish I had one!

  • Munihausen

    Kinda creepy - reminds me of the side-room in Paranormal Activity 2. If there are evil spirits in the house, that's probably where they will be hanging out. <8-o

  • AtomicMountain

    Well, you can cross this boy off of the "Who's Gonna Be the Toughest Kid in High School" list.

  • Hayley Prychun Rodgers

    Good, the toughest guys in high school can also be known as "the biggest douche bags who's value to society will plummet once out of high school."

  • AtomicMountain

    Ok, but the coddled ones can grow up to be humorless whiners. Nobody likes them either.

  • BiggyD!!!

    I actually misread that title as 'Secret Torture Room'... I think I need more sleep... or some kind of medication.

  • James Sterlington

    And when that kid discovers marijuana, it will then become his secret burn room

  • bill bellomy

    thanks obama

  • Dickie Richards


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