Sunday, May 10, 2009

Out where everyone can see you, oh, the shame...



Monica found Chair either dead or passed out drunk. Is it time for an intervention? We could trick Chair into going to the local garden supply store...

10 comments:

iggit2 said...

oh chair... you have to lay off the strong stuff ok!

bikergeek said...

At least it didn't wake up with Sharpie all over its face.

Anonymous said...

Maybe it's just trying to attract the attention of the higher-end, snooty chairs on the patio?

"Look! I can do a handstand! Whee..ooph...er...can get up...um, a little help, please?"

Callisto said...

Let's see him try to get a job now that this is on the internet.

Jodi said...

Chair looks to be facing east, so I'm pretty sure it's prostrate in prayer.

drjim said...

Best one yet in the "Chair" series of adventures!

blake said...

I can't say that i'm surprised. Based on it's recent behavior, i had thought chair had been "hitting the sauce".

I dont care if the "cool" high-end patio chairs treat you like an outcast. I heart you, chair!

Anonymous said...

When I first found this blog nearly a year ago, I visited to see the disgusting conditions people thought were good enough to go into real estate listing photos.

Now I just visit to follow Chair's travels and adventures, even when he's hitting the bottle in Washington or gettin' jiggy in Finland. Chair could be the new hero of the vox pop!

And I'm more convinced every day that agents have worked out that the best way to get a listing exposed to a wide audience is to include Chair (or an impersonator).

Anonymous said...

If agents are purposely staging photos to include Chair, is Chair charging an appearance fee?

Christy said...

Why oh why don't people put away their clutter before taking real estate pictures? There is so much crap on those kitchen counters and all those shoes in the bedroom! You don't even have to pick them up, just throw them under the bed so we can't see them.

I think perhaps Chair has been into his cups because his name is now synonymous with tragic real estate listings. Poor Chair