Monday, July 23, 2007

Poor The Locksmith

How he doth suffer for his love.

Welcome to my world.

9 comments:

ellie said...

I felt really bad about the couch.

wife said...

Same thing happened to us when we moved to Rottenchester. It was CherkyB's cousin's couch. we managed to save the cushion. MaxieC has been sleeping on it on and off in the basement this summer.

locksmith said...

I could keep the cushions... They are big and soft, and would work well right in front of the tv when I am playing my ps2.

fat moother said...

When I mooved in to the apt on Nassau I had to take the couch apart - thankfully it was well made with pegs and I was able to take one end off of it.

CherkyB said...

You play PS2? Well, you can kiss that goodbye.

ellie said...

What's wrong with talking about how I vacuum? Just because Granny doesn't like doing it doesn't mean I don't.

uylfk!

ellie said...

he can play all the video games he wants. after all, I have eBay and websites. . .remember, when one lives in an apartment there is no yard work, so plenty of time to have lots of fun.

fat moother said...

Who said anything about vacuuming? nmfnrkz

Norman said...

Emergency locksmiths are playing very important role. You can call at just about any hour or any place to have a locksmith sent over that can replace, pick, repair, or remove, a lock or other safety device covered in an emergency locksmiths job description. It's fairly common for people to accidentally lock themselves out of their own house or car. Beyond that, emergency locksmith can also open things such as a safe. Given proof of ownership and other proper credentials that prove you are the owner of course.