In other words, I am of the opinion that manufacturers of many mid-tier and higher-end furniture brands unknowingly switched their product without adequately disclosing it to the consumer.It would be like if your favorite hamburger joint slowly replaced the core of the hamburger with wood-like filler product, but failed to tell you.
When Lindsey's boyfriend surprises her with a confession that he wants to watch her fuck another guy she doesn't seem to mind at all.
Moreover, she welcomes the idea with so much enthusiasm they decide to do it right away. Can you believe he stays to watch his honey suck some other dude's dick and get fucked right in front of his eyes!
I haven’t really gotten into it on the blog, but the case studies I’m doing on the furniture industry makes me very uncomfortable.
For the past couple of decades, there has been a drastic increase in the percentage of consumer furniture and goods manufactured using a material known as MDF. [mainbodyad]Technically, MDF contains a mixture of wood solids, wax, and resin bonded together under high temperatures and high pressure to create a uniform wood-like product that is far cheaper than real wood.
Putting a nice veneer on a cheap substrate is like replacing the interior components of a Lexus with an Edsel and still trying to sell it as a Lexus. For me, it is further proof that buying high quality furniture can save money in the long-run and that you should only do business with companies that are upfront with you.