You wouldn't be mocking if you really had lived with problem furniture.
I had some problem furniture, but the Ritalin has been just amazing and anyone who says different is just a bloody knocker.
Coming up next: one family's heartbreaking struggle with their floor coverings.That must be my flat they're coming to. Although, I'll have to get a family. My niece has apparently been requesting a visit to my place. Perfect... Oh but that would make me a single mother. Hmmm, I'll have to pick up a bloke too : P
Who's bloody mocking? I have a problem with my furniture - the middle door on the sideboard has no hinges and we can only prop it in place, so it tends to fall over. What else....oh yes, the couch sections won't stay in a straight line all neatly squashed up against each other. Also the shelves in all my bookcases are too big for the books and it wastes space. Plus the standard lamp won't stand up straight.
I just hope that they can find someone whose couch tried to eat them.
My escritoire used to be a cheery little thing, but now it doesn't talk to me or come out of its room, and when I try to find out what's wrong it won't even make eye contact with me. Could it be drugs?
Are you sure it's not got a piece on the sideboard?
Hehe...I don't think TT ever ran the interview with us about playing World Of Warcraft...too boring I guess.
Please please please let there be at least one family complaining about the reception on the built-in radio in their Franco Cozzo black laquer with gilt trim bedroom suite.
Of course you would have an escritoire!(picture maybe?)
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