October 31, 2011

my nemesis, a short story

Years ago, as Mr. W and I were out shopping for a sofa, we walked past this chair. Mr. W instantly fell in love. It reminded him of a chair he had in college - a.k.a. the cruel chair. (his words)

studio waterstone

An elderly lady standing near us commented, "Honey, that is one butt ugly chair!". I laughed. We argued over the chair. Then we bought it and from that day forward it was known as our butt ugly chair.

studio waterstone


studio waterstone

The end.

Help.


7 comments:

  1. At least it keeps its distance from you now!

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  2. oh my that is one ugly chair. At least you can laugh about it.

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  3. I believe we left a similar butt ugly chair behind somewhere in Australia. Nice to be able to ditch that sort of thing even if it means someone else might be having a great time sitting in it now.

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  4. Wow I have very poor taste because I think it is very pretty. And cozy!

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  5. If is is comfortable a you don't want o discard it...how about recovering or a loose cover. A plainer fabric would improve the look a lot.
    Jenni

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  6. Kelley - HAHA isn't it the truth.

    Jenni - I was planning to slipcover it this week. But I'd forgotten about all the curves. It may be a little too labor intensive for a week job. :(

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  7. Don't you love when that happens. Too funny.

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