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Wednesday, 16 March 2011

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They have wonderful furniture in Bali.
Everything has an antique look and there are even some real antiques.
The most popular though are the antiques made while you wait.

I've never been to Ikea. I should, however, like to go to one of those famous American "big box" stores. Not least because I'd like to find out why people buy big boxes and what they use them for. It's my hope that the people who shop at big box stores also shop at medium box stores, small box stores, minusculse box stores and so on, and then carefully arrange their purchases in the style of Russian dolls. But that remains to be seen.

Well DM, if you do have your sense of smell intact, Memsahib would be likely to give you that one for much less than Sotheby's would ask - and then we'd have another blood dribble from Master Carpenter DD's Tales of "Sojournes to IkeaLand!"

"the antiques made while you wait" - love it!

Indeed, DM, another version of song of the fleas:

Big fleas have little fleas,
Upon their backs to bite 'em,
And little fleas have lesser fleas,
and so, ad infinitum
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Master Carpenter, I say, JK, that has a certain ring to it!

Incidentally, somewhat to my surprise the bookcase remains standing this morning. Just thought you would like to know!


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