They told him he could not be furniture

There lives in a house on a hill, beside a railroad with trees and a dog who barks the music of the French composer Louis-Nicolas Clérambault, a man. Remaining nameless because he doesn’t really exist, let’s call him Charlie. Charlie, who does not exist, is a simple man with a simple ambition. He wants to be a piece of furniture but IKEA simply refuse to sell him in their shops. Although Charlie is a simple man with a simple ambition, he’s not a man who does not get up when knocked down even when he hasn’t got a leg to stand on:


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6 thoughts on “They told him he could not be furniture”

  1. I don’t want furniture I have to feed! Now if I can write him off on my taxes . . . 😉

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