Chris Walsh (chris_walsh) wrote,
Chris Walsh

And on the other side of the wall? The Ark of the Covenant. I'm sure of it.

I have survived my first foray into IKEA.

So THAT'S what everything looks like.

I wandered, I appreciated many many goods, I didn't buy meatballs (I somehow felt entitled to free meatballs and they weren't forthcoming, and my being cheap kicked in), and I was amused that a mirror was called "fräck," which I'll imagine is pronounced like the Battlestar Galactica swear word "frak," even though it's probably not. Help, anno_superstar? Oh, wait!


It means "audacious"! More now known.

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