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#*$%in' Magic Chairs, How Do They Work?

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This is a seemingly magical chair created by Peter Bristol appropriately titled the 'Cut Chair'. At first glance your head might explode as to how it stands but, SPOILER: on one leg -- not unlike performing the flamingo on a lova. The only one that's actually a full leg is attached to a steel frame beneath the rug for support. That said, at least half the people I know would break the everliving shit out of this thing if they ever sat on it. "Because they're fat?" Hell no -- because they're violent. Just sayin', one time I threw a party and two friends tag-teamed my dining room table for spilling their beers. Even with all the king's horses and all the king's men, he never saw another Thanksgiving.

Hit the jump for one more shot and a schematic in case you're struggling to understand the concept.

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Peter Bristol's Projects Site

Thanks to Romeo, who invented a floating bed but hasn't produced a prototype yet because he's having trouble finding parts for the anti-gravity mattress.

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