Wednesday, March 24, 2010
Parse this contraption!
This is a photograph of a chair identical to one found in the Marble Palace. Yeoli speculation is rife as to the precise purpose of the chair, though the Arkan term for it is best translated as 'multiple siege of coitus chair.’ Other terms translate as 'three-chair' or 'one, two, three,' implying use by one gentleman and two ladies.
In what precise configuration, the intrigued scholar wonders, do the parties making use of this device arrange themselves upon it?
We encourage all speculations, as the reader providing the most plausible solution will be covered with everlasting glory.
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Diagrams are encouraged.
(original photo and article here: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1259670/A-love-seat-fit-king-The-antique-chair-gives-eye-popping-insight-Edward-VIIs-debauched-youth.html)
Posted by Vryka at 2:28 PM