is for chairs.
First, a clarification.
Chairs do not confuse me. They're generally pretty easy to understand.
Chairs do not annoy me, either. In fact, I quite like chairs. Given the choice, I'd much rather sit than stand. Chairs are very helpful when it comes to sitting.
And chairs do not generally give me the creeps. How neurotic would I have to be to be scared of chairs?
In addition to being good for sitting, chairs are also very useful for children to hide behind when they're scared. For example, I found solace behind a chair when my house was invaded by giant man-eating ants.
When something helps you when you're scared, it's almost like it's anti-creepy, right?
So chairs do not give me the creeps.
Usually. Generally. For the most part.
There are, however, exceptions to every rule.
Antique rocking chairs, for example.
Antique rocking chairs are very, very creepy.
Honestly, I don't see why this even needs an explanation. It's obvious and self-explanatory. But just in case you don't quite get it, here you go: antique rocking chairs are creepy because they might be haunted by the ghosts of old ladies and start rocking by themselves.
I told you that it was self-explanatory.
Other than antique rocking chairs, though, chairs are pretty cool.
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