The "Stuck House" on Live Oak Street is no longer a nuisance for residents in South Austin, after movers obtained the permit to roll it out of town Thursday.

But for nearly a week, it was literally the butt of all jokes in the Austin twitter-verse starting from the moment KVUE reported on the story.

In fact, KVUE's Michael Perchick became the go-to "Stuck House" reporter, monitoring the progress on when it would be moved - day in and day out.

When "Stuck House" became a makeshift Haunted House, Perchick was the first to find out about it.

Early Thursday morning it was finally moving time.

KVUE's Christy Millweard took over the reins from Perchick as the morning "Stuck House" reporter.In hilarious fashion, "StuckHouseATX', the parody account created for the weird Austin phenomenon, tweeted at KVUE as the home made it's way out of Austin and into Buda, Texas.

At one point, the crew that was moving 'Stuck House' took a quick break. But some people thought its rate of getting out of Austin was still considerably fast compared to Austin's interstates.

Others appeared to be over the delay.

On the long haul out of town, movers also stopped at a gas station. Many pointed out the obvious.

"Stuck House", apparently already over the long moving process from its temporary home, didn't seem to mind the gas station living idea.

But that didn't happen. "Stuck House is now in San Marcos stuck on the side of U.S. 21. Movers told KVUE they expect to move it to its final destination in Lockhart, Texas Friday morning.