Variations on normal by Dominic Wilcox

Seat for the wishywashy
June 15, 2009, 9:53 am
Filed under: Drawings

Sitting on the fence seat
In a recent converstation my friend described my views on a particular subject as ‘wishywashy’. It is true that I like to keep an open mind on things and perhaps this seat design would be perfect for me in our future discussions.

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Just make sure the wood of the seat locks at that second position, or you’ll be falling backwards and forwards!

Might as well take it further and make the planks on the sides extendable and foldable so that they become arm rests.

Comment by ppk

No I think it is best that people don’t feel too comfortable sitting on the fence. Otherwise they stay there.

Comment by mrdominic (admin)

How insightful 🙂

Comment by buddz

lol, this’d be so neat 😀
but i think that would hurt the inside of your legs, where they hang over. perhaps if it wasn’t quite so long… would your feet just dangle?? i’m 5-7, i think that’d cut off circulation and would hurt as well .
maybe the bottom half could also flip up. ya know?? that way, there’d be two levels, one for your butt and one for your feet. ya see??

Comment by veronica

see my earlier reply regarding lack of comfort above. 🙂

Comment by mrdominic (admin)

Also, you should be aware of splinters. If you go sliding off the seat you might get a surprise in your bum.

Comment by designacure

There are always risks when people get off the fence.

Comment by mrdominic (admin)

Great for business use – loads of people love sitting on the fence. Wonder if Alan Sugar needs 12 for the apprentice next year?

Comment by Snowman

you are so cute!

Comment by hayley

I sit on a fence just like that, only when I am asked if I’m comfortable, I’m unable to decide…

Comment by raincoatoptimism

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