I have a certain disdain for couples who are constantly showing public displays of affection.
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I have a certain disdain for couples who are constantly showing public displays of affection. This rocking chair takes it to a whole other level. Is nothing sacred? When I think of rocking chairs I think of three situations: Grandma knitting in a corner while she slowly rocks back and forth on her rocking chair, which would be something Grandpa would have made for her by hand; a young mother breastfeeding her baby in a rocking chair that they picked up at Baby Boomers or something; me sitting in my Thonet rocker with a gin and tonic in hand just sort of staring into the middle distance. What do all of these situations have in common? Solitary! Don't go mucking up a rocking chair by making it for two. That's almost as bad as those wacky designers who "invented" the first-ever two person toilet.
Yesterday I was thinking about that statement, "people in glass houses shouldn't thrown stones" or whatever. I sorta got confused because, you know, people who can afford glass houses probably would find something more interesting to throw. Like a Christian Louboutin stiletto or an iPad or bottle of Voss water.
The description reads "the ultimate trifecta..." and I'm just going to pass that over because I'm having a good morning and don't want to be too negative or critical because I actually really enjoy this house. I like small. I like LCW chairs (I know, predictable! Shut it). I like decks. I like what I'm assuming is prefabricated. Another instant win.