That's a situation where we would quickly say "oops", or being very contemporary, say "fail" :)
ACK...maybe I wouldn't want you to come over here if you break furniture like that LOL. Or maybe it's the Russians ya think? LOL
Glad it was an arm and not a leg... and that you are such a good sport.Happy vacation!!
Maybe you need to go on a diet. (only joking)
You are certainly having a very interesting vacation. Never a dull moment. I agree with Mar..glad it wasn't a leg.
Oh no! Glad you're still smiling. Happy WW!
I'm glad you didn't sit in it. I enjoy playing this fun meme with you every week-- I have a little something for you today.
A sense of humor is the best and only way to get through catastrophes and better one like this then others we could think of eh.
Gooooooood grief! I understand that "things happen" in hotel rooms -- but wouldn't you think that management would CHECK the place out - especially if they knOw destructive influences were last IN that room!? It is sO good they leased it to someone with a GOOD sense of humor!!!
Well, this could have ended of as your Waterloo, young lady.So take care.Arthur called Felicia, and they were both very anxious about their two-legs. I sneak-listended, so I know about their plans.My advice: Stay where you are for another 3 months.
What did the hotel think?
"catastrophies".. a new way to play with the word cat. Very interesting.We had a few in our time, I used to have lots of visitors, and we had little children plastic chairs. Children I mean.Sometimes grown ups sit on them and we have "catastrophies"..
C'est un russe qui avait d$u l'utiliser avant toi! Heureusement tu t'en sors sans trop de problème!
Ils vont les bannir de l'hotel!
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