YSaC, Vol. 540: You can't even eat just one.
Pottery Barn Chesapeake Chaise and Solid Cherry Red Cushion-New - $550 (New In The Box)
Cheasapeake Chaise with Red solid Chusion. The chase is still New In The Box. with Plastic Wrapping and all.
The Cushion is also new, but in the box.
we decided to sell our one, since we will not be getting another. what is the point of only haveing one.
•Crafted of FSC-certified, sustainably harvested eucalyptus, a dense hardwood that's ideal for outdoor furniture because it's rich in moisture-resistant oils.
•Features 4 positions, pullout drink holder and back wheels for mobility.
•Kiln-dried hardwood and mortise-and-tenon joinery provide superb strength and durability.
•Hand rubbed with a teak-oil stain that enhances eucalyptus' inherent moisture resistance and accentuates its warm honey hue.
•Detailed with marine-grade hardware in an antique-brass finish.
•Adjustable levelers add stability on uneven ground.
•Thick weatherproof cushion in ring-spun polyester canvas or Sunbrella® fabric (not tufted).
•Overall: 32" wide x 90" long x 16" high
•Cushion: 26" wide x 83" long x 2.5" thick
Can Sell Seperately---
Can Bring to you for gas fee!!
You know, I'd almost decided to buy this, but then they came up with the great existential question that has baffled mankind since the beginning: "What is the point of only haveing one." (It's such an existential question that it doesn't even require a question mark at the end.)
What is the point of having only one chaise lounge (or longue, if you prefer)? I mean, one chaise can only hold a limited number of weasels, so it's not particularly useful for that purpose. (Everyone knows that the minimum weasel number is seven.) I mean, what am I supposed to do with just one? It's not even covered in bees, for crying out loud.
But $550 is really a bargain, especially since separately the chaise would cost $350 and the cushion $100. Maybe they're including the bees and weasels* for the extra $100. But there's still only one chaise, and really ... what is the point of only haveing one.
*The Bee and Weasel would be a great name for an English pub, don't you think? Dan thinks the formula for English Pub Naming Conventions has to be "(some kind of animal) and (some kind of farm implement)" -- like The Axolotl and Combine Harvester.