Discussion in 'The Studio Lounge' started by JHDK, May 19, 2015.
Did you stay there in a pile on the floor reading anyway? One last act of defiance?
It must been all of that leftover dutch cheese wheel you had in the fridge.
But do you have video?
No but I did take a pic of the busted hinges. I'll post it later.
I got a new chair today and it's a real chair this time. It's actually nice except it is a kinda tacky olive green color. It's a rocker that came with a rocking ottoman and not too big so it fits well in the smaller room. It was only $50 at some local thrift store.
You should have bought a bean bag chair and done this.
In Japan and have a hankering for a banana? I have the spot for you!
I prefer the top-shelf bananas myself.
Here is the cheap saucer chair my fat ass busted through:
Note how the hinges are destroyed on both sides.
And here is the more sturdy new one:
Also note the sweet futon I have in the "library" cause sometime I like to change things up and sleep in there.
I looked it up and I think it's a nursing chair, so there is probably a fair amount of dried tit milk chillin in those cushions. Whatever, if it is the nursing chair I think it is then it's worth $350 new so $50 was a good deal.
And it's got that Brady-Bunch-era color vibe going on. It looks comfy.
I could lactate there.
Your new chair story almost reminds me a scene from The Big Bang Theory.
Well, I went to bed at 8pm and woke up at 2. Got my 6 hours, looks like I'm up for the day. Feels weird to start the day at like 2:15am.
Everyone must be off fasting for Yom Kippur.
My wife's first reaction was that the kayakers must have angered the seal. My first reaction was that the seal was trying to feed the kayaker some yummy yummy octopus.
I'm not convinced it wasn't just a setup for New Zealand's Funniest Home Videos.
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