YSaC, Vol. 1795: This monkey's gone to heaven.
One of the recurring themes on this site has been people who, when faced with a piece of furniture they'd like to part with, apparently just bash their hands on the computer keyboard in hopes that their frenzied actions will somehow miraculously spell the name of the thing they are trying to sell. I mean, it worked for Shakespeare's monkeys, right?
I've been writing this site for long enough that when I got this submission (in 2010), I was actually relieved that there wasn't someone using the toilet in this picture, and kind of mentally glossed over the spectacular attempt to spell armoire.
vintage sofa chimpindale style
this is a good looking soft i want to find a home.
There weren't any pictures with this one, so I'm taking bets at even odds that this ad was written by a person who is either trying to rehome a monkey or is in fact a monkey. But probably not one of Shakespeare's monkeys.
And just for good measure, sometimes folks get the spelling right, but get so much else so very, very wrong:
wood stationary rocker
A stationary rocker. You know, for those folks who can't handle standard rockers because of nausea and vomiting because of that whole "moving" thing. Also known as a chair.