After nine years living in Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso, I'm now living in the French Alps. The natives seem friendly ...guess I'll stick around a while.
Well, it would, wouldn't it? Who could resist? Have you ever seen the like?
And only 800 Euros for the whole amazing set: a sofa, two chairs and matching coffee table! That works out to less than 100 euros per camel.But JP refused to buy it for me.
He's so mean...
Flipping rocks, run back to the furniture shop. Napoleone Bonaparte in Egypt slept on that sofa. There is a painting of David somewhere showing it.
Oh, I am absolutely positive that he wanted that exquisite matched set of camels, too, ma Chère. It was the clashing floral upholstery that put him off his feed and rendered him incapable of ripping the 800 euros out of his wallet faster than jumpin' jack flash!I am certain that just as soon as the Sahara-sand-colored micro-fiber-covered set comes in, he is going to have it delivered as a surprise Christmas gift!Don't give up. I can just see it in your newly refurbished salle de séjour.
That sucker is so hideous it is attractive!! I would consider buying it...but maybe not for 800 Euros...would you have to feed the camels too?
omg! i would cut off my pinky toe to own that coffee table. love it!
that is definitely an eye catcher...
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