Ikea Gaming Chair Relieves Arms at the Price of Your Children
Apr 20, 2009 15:19
And there Ikea stood in front of 300,000 misshapen ironing boards. "These have a use!" someone proclaimed. That man received a raise, and the rest is history.
The Jesper chair is an ingenious seat offering neither back support nor acknowledgment of male anatomy. Presumably, the sitter's weight is pushed forward, meaning that the illusion of resting one's arms will soon be overcome with the reality of a persistent half push-up, and young Jesper-seated gamers may or may not grow up to spawn offspring.
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