Date: Mon, 05 Feb 2007 03:48:54 -0000
From: rich hammett <>
Subject: Re: IKEA

In The Grand Beckoning <> sanoi, hitaasti kuin hämähäkki: > On Sun, 04 Feb 2007 18:48:49 -0000, rich hammett > <> wrote: >>In The Grand Beckoning <> sanoi, hitaasti kuin hämähäkki: >>> On Sun, 04 Feb 2007 17:43:54 -0000, rich hammett >>> <> wrote: >>>>In Dave Christian <> sanoi, hitaasti kuin hämähäkki: >>>>> In article <45c5f242$0$24747$>, >>>>> says... >>>>>> no seriously. i swear i was the only straight guy in the store.. it was >>>>>> creepy. >>>> >>>>> You do realize that hundreds of other men, including ones who crossed >>>>> your path, are saying the same thing right now. >>>> >>>>I've been in the suburban DC IKEA and the Atlanta IKEA, and I haven't seen >>>>anybody who looks gay yet. I think you need to move to another neighborhood. >> >>> The thing about IKEA that pisses me off is how they design the store >>> to get you lost so you stay there for hours. And those fucking maps >>> don't help. AND DON'T TELL ME THIS IS SOME SORT OF ALGERNON >>> THING!!!!!!!!!!111 >> >>I'd suggest you just follow the single path through the store from the >>Entrance to the Exit, and you'll be okay. >> >>I don't like the way the single path is designed, or that it's hard to >>diverge from their chosen path through the store, but finding the exit >>has never been a problem, if you just follow the path. >> >>rich > Finding the exit isn't the problem if you don't mind being there for > SIXTEEN FUCKING HOURS. I want to get there, find the one thing I > want, and dash out. Last time I went there they only had about 4 > registers open with about 50 people (combined) line up. I thought > that was ridiculous, put my stuff on the floor, and left. > Oh, and Atlantic Station sucks. Good loard, you found a gay person at a shopping center in Atlanta? rich -- -to reply, it's hot not warm +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ \ Rich Hammett / --I am sick of the self-absorbed city of New York.

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