Wednesday, July 19, 2017

A Study of the Functionality of the White Chair

To what better purpose can this chair be put, I ask you?
So she thinks I have "damaged" her nice chair. I say 
since it can still be used for all the normal purposes 
of a chair, it is not "damaged" at all.  Q.E.D.


17 comments:

  1. I think the chair just looks well-loved.

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  2. It is not damaged until repairs are made. Here in FInland duct tape is called 'Jesus tape' as it saves everything.
    And yes, we do have duct tape on a chair arm or two. And it's pretty difficult to claw.

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    1. Then again - I'd think that a "well-loved" chair arm looks better than a chair arm with Jeesusteippi. And that's actually our Mom writing here. We totally agree with her.

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  3. I see no damage. I see some artistic texturing - which adds a certain visual interest to an otherwise lacklustre fabric. How much did you charge for that service, Spitty? And she's now got a matching suite: chair and curtains. Well done that kitty.

    Megan
    Sydney, Australia

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    1. I agree - no damage, just an artistic improvement.

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    2. Hahaha! Sorry for overcommenting, but we had to laugh about the matching curtains to the chair.

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  4. I think it is an interesting improvement in texture. the white does show off your black fur so nicely too.

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  5. If that is damaged, our furniture is ruined. Looks okay to us...just like "stubbly" fabric! XOCK, Lily Olivia, Mauricio, Misty May, Giulietta, angel Fiona, Astrid, Lisbeth, Calista Jo and Cooper Murphy

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  6. Spitty, you've still got a long row to hoe, in training that human of yours!

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  7. Looks like ALL the chairs at my place!
    Nellie loved to "purrsonalize" the furniture.
    Love
    Barb

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  8. We love how Summer puts it.

    http://emmaandbuster.blogspot.com/2017/07/thankful-thursday_20.html

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  9. dood....we see noe damage....what we due see; iz an artistic endeavor in de studee oh clothe....one thatz knot eazee a lee a cheeved !!!! grate werk ☺☺♥♥

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  10. We think the Berber-like texture adds to the chair. Second to you, of course.

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  11. You have not damaged it, you just put your decorative touch on it.

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  12. The chair is fine, Spitty. You just added your special touch to it.

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  13. All fabrics in a house with cats should be unpuncturable. Or undamagable by punctures. Not the same thing, but same results.

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