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post #436 of 2411
Foodguy, Both and both are good reasons. satisfied.gif

Bounder, haven't left yet, going away when all of the schedules can mesh.
post #437 of 2411
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Some of the best nights of my life were 2 for 1 wing nights at local pubs. It was all we could afford for some time.

http://www.hurricanespubandgrill.com/

Sweet. They have "Mexican" food now too.

I think I played drunken QB1 there once...
post #438 of 2411

This thread is entertaining, if nothing else.

post #439 of 2411
If it's not too late...

post #440 of 2411

Coffee table book about coffee tables.

 

 

 

 

That turns into a coffee table.

post #441 of 2411
Thread Starter 
It is too late, unfortunately. There is no going back,
post #442 of 2411

Can we get pictures and see how it turned out?

post #443 of 2411
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Can we get pictures and see how it turned out?


Indeed. Can we?

post #444 of 2411
Thread Starter 
Furniture takes weeks if not months to arrive.
post #445 of 2411
Which guests did you end up ordering? Did you go with the optometrist couple from Singapore or the music producer from Berlin?
post #446 of 2411
Thread Starter 
Freed Moroccan sex slaves.
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Which guests did you end up ordering? Did you go with the optometrist couple from Singapore or the music producer from Berlin?
Dieter?
post #448 of 2411
Thread Starter 
Struggling with rug choices.
post #449 of 2411
Have you considered shag?
post #450 of 2411
I know this thread descended into ribaldry and lunacy long ago, but I feel like making three serious criticisms:

1., it doesn't look like a home to me -- there's a complete absence of comfortable or relaxing furnishings;
2., there are too many gimmicky things competing for attention -- would benefit from dramatic simplification;
3., the black & white rug is garish and ugly.

I don't understand why you don't apply the same rules to furnishing as you do to dressing.
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