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Tuesday, February 5, 2008

For Sale: Vagina Couch, Slightly Worn

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Thanks everyone for entering, but the award for Furniture of the Year goes to Willow for "Pink Upholstered Vagina Couch," which comes with its very own pink clit pillow. Runner up: the decaffeinated coffee table (not pictured). More pics after the jump.

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From Craigslist.com: Pink Upholstered Vagina Couch

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Date: 2008-01-15, 11:46AM PST

For Sale - beautiful pink "vagina couch" that I made in art school and no longer have space for. The couch is large: measures 5' 3" long, 3' 3" wide at the middle, and stands 2' 3" tall (and is heavy like a couch). The pics are from my portfolio and are several years old; as a result, the couch has some scuffmarks and stains around the bottom from being moved, but otherwise is in excellent shape. A professional upholsterer helped me build the couch, so it is also functional and durable as a piece of furniture. The couch must be picked up in Mendocino, a 3-hour drive north of SF. I am asking for $600 and a loving home! Call Willow at [deleted] or reply to posting.

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