Title: Anti-Gravity Furniture
GuineaPigPaul - August 20, 2006 08:22 PM (GMT)
You spend 6 years harnessing the power of anti-gravity and what's your first application to benefit the world?A floating bed.
But it doubles up as a dining table too, so that's ok.
slutboy fame - August 20, 2006 08:57 PM (GMT)
Fuck me that's really shit. They could've made an anti-gravity car and called it a hovercraft or something, at least. Fucking Ikea twats.
leslie anus - August 21, 2006 12:30 PM (GMT)
the bed is a sleek black platform? modelled after an obelisk?
bollocks. It's a black mattress. And if you fall out of it you'll hurt yourself.
slutboy fame - August 21, 2006 05:50 PM (GMT)
Unless you have metal fillings, in which case you're fucking stuck to your brand new bed for life. Or your teeth are.
TheAyatollahC - August 21, 2006 07:20 PM (GMT)
You're all frickin eejits, it fuckin pwns.
slutboy fame - August 21, 2006 07:46 PM (GMT)
It would be pretty wicked if it floated around and that, but it's locked in place by magnets. You might as well buy a super-expensive titanium stool or something, and use your imagination. It's about as decent an invention as that non mind-altering marijuana the Russian Plant Institute invented, for reasons unknown.
GuineaPigPaul - August 21, 2006 08:04 PM (GMT)
All I know is that if I spent £1,000,000 on a bed, it better be fucking comfortable. And that slab of marble not only looks distinctly uncomfortable, but harder to get on and off than a hammock.
Arse Flute - August 22, 2006 10:09 AM (GMT)
So it's tethered in place by metal rods - meaning that when you dive on it and break your jaw, it doesn't even bob up and down like any good floaty item should. It may as well be a normal bed. You want the whole floor magnetised so you can surf the thing around the house or at least pull yourself over to the toilet in the morning.