For your holiday pleasure (or maybe not...)

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peterm
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For your holiday pleasure (or maybe not...)

Post by peterm »

For those who are cynical about the latest trends in interior design, I offer the best site that I have seen since "unhappy hipsters":

http://fuckyournoguchicoffeetable.tumblr.com

(Warning! The language might be offensive to some...)

Palli
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Post by Palli »

While laughing, I can't help but wonder: are these living spaces?

I know an afterschool program that would put that abacus to better use!
The Perf Project

peterm
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Post by peterm »

Watered down Duchampian readymades used as stage sets for contemporary interiors. R. Mutt's "Fountain" has devolved into this!...

Is irony now officially dead?

SDR
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Post by SDR »

" __ your ornamental firewood" ? Hell, they had me at the books-in-the-fireplace -- shades of Farenheit 451 !


SDR

RA
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Post by RA »

After a few photos, it was fun to not reveal the caption and to guess what was going to be F-d.

peterm
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Post by peterm »

My favorite was: f the alphabet wall. How many times have I seen that here in Iowa?

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