Tuesday, November 16, 2004

Chairlessness

This weekend marked the end of the short life of my second American chair. I know it's sad but try to hold back the tears. This post (and the last one, which I wrote a draft of last night, but typed this evening) were made sitting cross-legged on the floor, with my laptop sitting on the coffee table.

For the record, the furniture remaining in my apartment is: one futon, one coffee table, one TV stand and two shelving units. A little sparse you might say. Still it does give me an excuse to go downstairs to the bar, when I want to sit on something which isn't the floor.

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

I'm intrigued: what do you do to your furniture?

Ryan said...

I have two main furniture problems. Firstly, I neglect to buy enough of the damn stuff to make it seems like someone actually lives in my apartment, as opposed to just squatting there. Secondly, I have this nasty habit of sitting on the chairs that I do buy, and after some time they have a nasty habit of collapsing.

Anonymous said...

So do you need to buy better chairs, or eat fewer pies?

Ryan said...

Probably both. The former might be more achievable.