Best Office Chair

No, no, we are not going to compare different makes and models of office chairs. We are only concerned about the best office chair in the Hu-Dad’s study . . . and that is an easy choice.

Soft and cushy - the best office chair

Soft and cushy.

Hu-Dad’s reading chair in his study is the prize position. Oh, sure, as Frankie demonstrates, the chair is quite comfortable. But it also has the added advantage of being tall enough to scan for rabbits, horses, bears, etc. beyond the windows.

rabbit out front

Oooooh – rabbit out front.

Its greatest advantage is that it is off the floor, so certain pests are easier to control.

did someone say rabbit?

Rabbit? Did someone say rabbit?

3 Comments

  1. Golden Daily Scoop on September 8, 2015 at 11:27 am

    Oh wow! That chair does look comfy and definitely serves it’s purpose for scouting out those little critters!

  2. Melon on September 8, 2015 at 4:55 am

    Hehe! Glad to see things have not changed in terms of a certain Typhoon!

    • Melon on September 8, 2015 at 4:59 am

      Er, I’m glad, I mean. Frankie may be less so.

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