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    Default Re: Small Sectional Sofa

    I could use a new sofa, not red though maybe green !
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    Default Re: Small Sectional Sofa

    Pretty soon forums across the globe will be copying us, allowing modified spam threads on small sectional sofas to flourish, fueled by wit and whim.


    YOU SAW IT HERE FIRST!!!!!

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    Believe the forum is ready for a fly fishermans sectional sofa starter kit.

    Dave
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    Being "one with nature" requires a knowledge of what animals are living nearby and a weapon of sufficient magnitude to give you at minimum an equal chance of survival. No one has an invisible aura that animals can detect and sense your good intentions.

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    Lightbulb Re: Small Sectional Sofa

    "Out of Blue," or rather Red, we may have the Thread of the Day going.

    First read the opener and immediately hit the little red triangle to Admin with a 'Say What?' That was an error, but not of the first magnitude. We could really have fun with this guys brains via PM's, and if we can get the contact info back, his e-mail inbox. The possibilities are almost endless!

    That said, considering the nature of this Forum I truly wonder what possessed the guy to post this up here. Craig's List I could see ......
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    I wonder what the science says about the impact of color on sectional sofas? Can you not see a white one from below?

    Perhaps if you have to mend this sofa a longer one would help?

    Is it a fast sofa or a slow one? And how fast is fast, anyway? Is fast even the right term. or should we refer to this as tipflex, rather than mid flex?

    Is this a western sectional or an eastern one? Could you use this in an intimate eastern setting, or would it only work in the bigger settings in the west?

    can you help me pick out pillow for my sofa? I've never had a sofa this length and don't know how to accessorize it without polling my forum brethren.

    I have a sofa and it's been a good one. I can sit on it, nap on it, etc...but I feel the need for a new sofa. Can you recommend one for me? There's nothing wrong with my old sofa, I just have $700 bucks burning a hole in my pocket and thought I'd use it up replacing a perfectly good sofa with another one...ah, I'll keep the old one too. Never know when you might need a backup sofa.

    When I lay on my sofa my back hurts. Here's a video of me laying there. can anyone see how I could lay there better? I'm a self taught layabout and have had no instructions. Should I go to the store? Do they give free laying lessons? How about a couch club?

    When I was single, my sofa was strictly C&R.

    Killing time waiting for the 9ers...bored...ON MY SOFA.

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    Marty and I were actually shopping for sofas yesterday and one of the fabric swatches that she came away from the store with was - red! Now, mind you, we weren't looking at sectionals, but - close enough.

    I can get to fly fishing pretty easily through the word "sectional", but I'm struggling with the "sofa" part.

    I do have this rather hazy vision of an old, red overstuffed couch sitting on the bank of one of my favorite streams, with me in it, fishing and with a brew not far away............but, as I said, it's hazy.............

    Pocono

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    Mikel, I can answer a couple of your questions.

    A "tipflex" has the recliner on the end of the sofa and the "midflex" obviously has the recliner in the middle sectional.

    When younger I preferred the fast sectional sofa but now with age the slow flex just feels better. But still don't understand the importance of the sofa being red?

    Dave

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    Hmmm, there must be some connection with the color red, even Alan is being torn by memories of red sofas.
    I was going fly fishing until my wife suggested it, now I can't tell who is outsmarting who!

    Being "one with nature" requires a knowledge of what animals are living nearby and a weapon of sufficient magnitude to give you at minimum an equal chance of survival. No one has an invisible aura that animals can detect and sense your good intentions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by littledavid123 View Post
    Mikel, I can answer a couple of your questions.

    A "tipflex" has the recliner on the end of the sofa and the "midflex" obviously has the recliner in the middle sectional.

    When younger I preferred the fast sectional sofa but now with age the slow flex just feels better. But still don't understand the importance of the sofa being red?

    Dave

    ---------- Post added at 03:30 PM ---------- Previous post was at 03:23 PM ----------

    Hmmm, there must be some connection with the color red, even Alan is being torn by memories of red sofas.
    I soo hear you from my far younger days. Never go with a cloth cover as it, 'moment of Passion,' can ... well never mind. Cleaning products then were no were as good as now. But Leather is really cold if you're on 'the bottom.'

    Just rambling memories.
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    This is rediculous. You don't need a couch for fly fishing. At most you need a recliner.


    Maybe a red sectional articulated sofa fly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Diver Dan View Post
    This is rediculous. You don't need a couch for fly fishing. At most you need a recliner.


    Maybe a red sectional articulated sofa fly.
    Dan: That was great! Just think though, if you mounted a big red sectional up there you could invite your friends out fishing.

    ---------- Post added at 05:03 PM ---------- Previous post was at 04:51 PM ----------

    Sometimes you just have to think outside the box when it comes to sofas:

    Larry


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