Well, of course I would.When I opened the attachments, there were meticulous designs for three different benches. The instructions were clear. The illustrations were great and really clarified the construction. They look similar to a sawhorse, with padded top bracing for the stomach and padded leg supports.
I agreed to send them to anyone interested in adding a piece of fuck furniture to their playspace—whether it’s a dungeon or the guest bedroom; the attic you have cleaned up for play or that spot behind the furnace that you were never quite sure what to do with…
Here is a sample of the instructions:
A1 Beam 2x4 1 piece at
A2 Beam 2x4 1 piece at
B Legs 2x4 4 pieces at
C Diagonal Bracing 2x2 4 pieces at
D Horizontal Brace 2x4 2 pieces at
J Arm Rest Support 2x4 2 pieces at
K Arm Rest Bracket 2x4 2 pieces at
L Hand Grasp 2 pieces of
diameter dowel at 10
1. Cut Beam (A). A1 is
9 in. long and A2 is 20 in. long.
2. Cut 4 legs (B). Top of leg should be angled at 75o and bottom at 15o, both across the narrow side of the 2x4 board. See Fig 1. Height of bench is determined by the shorter distance between the beveled edges of the leg. For each
1 inch change in bench
height add or subtract 1 1/32 inches in leg length. For each leg board, beginning slightly in
from one end at a point “a” (Fig. 1), draw a line across the narrow side of the
board at a 15o angle to a point “b” on the opposite edge. From point
“b” measure along the length of the board the distance calculated to be the
bench leg length to a point “c”. From
point “c”, draw a line across the narrow side of the board at 75o to
a point “d” on the opposite edge. Lines
“ab’ and “cd” should be on the same edge of the board and inclined in opposite
directions. Cut the boards along these
To be clear, he is not charging for these. Nor am I. Just send an email to me at email@example.com and I will be happy to forward them to you.
We both believe that there is actually furniture that can make sex better.
It’s time to get out your skill saw…