YSaC, Vol. 1414: The Inlay of the Inland
"Inlaid" is just sort of a classy word, don't you think? It brings to mind elegant furniture, inlaid with exotic woods. The sort of thing you'd see in a museum of design. You picture inlays of lapis lazuli, mother-of-pearl, mirepoix, and other fancy-shmancy words that you can't quite remember if they're food or not.
Coffee Table inlaid with Pornography - $20
I made this table and covered it with pictures from Sports Illustrated, Playboy, and other assorted magazines. It is not explicit or tasteless (but there are a lot of tits), and it is accented by bright bits of paper, and other shiny metallic bits. The whole thing is very colorful. The table itself is very very sturdy. Honestly, tits aside, it is the nicest coffee table I've come across in a college house. It's about 5 feet long and a little over a foot high, perfect for in front of a 3-4 person couch.
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Right. Well there goes one of my cherished linguistic notions destroyed. "Inlaid" is no longer a classy word. On the other hand, I'm going to HAVE to come up with a good situation to work "tits aside," into a conversation.
Thanks for this one, Genevieve!