It's sort of like the Midas Touch, except everything turns to shit. I spent hours roaming the streets in search of things I wanted to purchase and found none of them. I could have stayed in the air conditioning and bought them online. Of course, if I did, it might have turned out like the bargain nightstand:
Can you spot the problem? Yes, the drawer is too low. And this was not assembler error here, the holes for the drawer runners were pre-drilled, I just put it where they said to put it. Now I'll have to take them out and raise them, but that will be tomorrow, because this thing was a bitch to assemble and it's not complete yet. You do not want to know the words I said when I reached this stage, and took the drawer I'd assembled and slid it onto the tracks, and...shit. I had already decided not to put on the door today because I was worn out. Now I'll have to fix their drawer-runner-height-error AND hang the door. I think the other nightstand may wait until next weekend. And why is it that assembling furniture is such SWEATY work?
So, since that was a bad experience, I'll leave you with a couple of pictures of Boys Playing Rope:
Dudley usually wins, since he is twice Murphy's size, but Murphy does not give an inch. Now and then he'll annoy Murphy by always winning, and then Murphy will be forced to make Dudley cry, to level the playing field. Then Dudley totally cheats and takes the rope to high ground, because he knows Short Dogs Can't Jump. Game over.