Table delivery, BYOC

We can now invite guests for dinner, but you must bring your own chair.

1 Response to “Table delivery, BYOC”


  1. 1 Peter Hastings 1-February-2012 at 3:52 am

    Love the idea. Invite the friends you value most. Ask them to bring a dining chair and leave it. Then you can think of them every tiime you sit to eat. When visitors ask about the eclectic collection of dining chairs you’ll have an icebreaker. Simply inspired !


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