Shin and his IKEA furniture..

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Shin and his IKEA furniture..

Unread post by Sturm » December 14th, 2016, 7:36 am

The instructions have pictures so that a monkey can assemble the furniture.. :lol:
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Re: Shin and his IKEA furniture..

Unread post by CorsetKat » December 14th, 2016, 8:55 pm

Look at you, you little stalker you.

You smell of teh gay, you need stronger soap me thinks.
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Re: Shin and his IKEA furniture..

Unread post by Sturm » December 15th, 2016, 3:19 am

CorsetKat wrote: Look at you, you little stalker you.

You smell of teh gay, you need stronger soap me thinks.
I aint stalking.. I just explained why things are the way they are.

Everybody understands pictures... No need to translate.
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Re: Shin and his IKEA furniture..

Unread post by shin » December 15th, 2016, 3:59 am

Sturm wrote: The instructions have pictures so that a monkey can assemble the furniture.. :lol:
I've actually never seen the inside of an IKEA before. I was just going on what I've heard comedians say about them.
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Re: Shin and his IKEA furniture..

Unread post by shin » December 15th, 2016, 4:03 am

Some assembly required...

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Re: Shin and his IKEA furniture..

Unread post by Sturm » December 15th, 2016, 5:01 am

shin wrote:

I've actually never seen the inside of an IKEA before. I was just going on what I've heard comedians say about them.
I figured.. The pics show where to put everything.
The instructions are like that so that a chimp could assemble the furniture.

Warning.. IKEA stores are designed like Casinos in Las Vegas... Labyrinths..
The cashier and the way out is hard to find unless you know the place.

The IKEA stores are huge and the owner is a tricky old nazi bastard.

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Re: Shin and his IKEA furniture..

Unread post by Sturm » December 15th, 2016, 5:01 am

shin wrote: Some assembly required...

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You would hit that. :lol:
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Re: Shin and his IKEA furniture..

Unread post by Mona » December 15th, 2016, 1:20 pm

Sturm wrote:
Warning.. IKEA stores are designed like Casinos in Las Vegas... Labyrinths..
The cashier and the way out is hard to find unless you know the place.

The IKEA stores are huge and the owner is a tricky old nazi bastard.
They're a labyrinth, but they are easy to find... they have arrows painted along the pathway showing you where to go. And it's all one way, the problem is that you have to traipse through every department to get out. And it requires a high level of fitness and a packed lunch to get from the front entrance to the exit. It's like a rollercoaster (although nowhere near as much fun), once you start you have to stick with it until the finish.
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Re: Shin and his IKEA furniture..

Unread post by shin » December 15th, 2016, 1:27 pm

Sturm wrote:

You would hit that. :lol:
Are you saying you wouldn't?
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Re: Shin and his IKEA furniture..

Unread post by Sturm » December 15th, 2016, 3:04 pm

shin wrote:

Are you saying you wouldn't?
Nah.. I aint so fixed on white women as you guys are. ;)

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Re: Shin and his IKEA furniture..

Unread post by Sturm » December 15th, 2016, 3:15 pm

Mona wrote:

They're a labyrinth, but they are easy to find... they have arrows painted along the pathway showing you where to go. And it's all one way, the problem is that you have to traipse through every department to get out. And it requires a high level of fitness and a packed lunch to get from the front entrance to the exit. It's like a rollercoaster (although nowhere near as much fun), once you start you have to stick with it until the finish.
It is like that exactly!

If you try to open those doors on the sides of the store... So that you can escape... It´ll trigger the alarm.
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