This couch is a mix of beige and grey and is not of any particular brand. It sits at least three people, but two of the three would have recliners and thus make them superior to the unsuspecting middle-sitter. The condition of the couch is decent; as good as you would expect from two male roommates, really. Aside from standard wear and tear, there are no obscene stains or misleading defects. The dimensions are 7 ft. long, 3 ft. tall, and 3 ft. deep but if you’re the visual type, it’s about the length of a pair of French doors (as displayed).
At first, we were set on selling the couch but realized that putting a price on her would be demeaning and just plain wrong for the years of humble and unabashed service she’s provided. Instead, we would like to exchange our cherished sofa for some delicious chicken. That’s right, chicken. We felt that the future owners needed to be just as easygoing as their predecessors if they were to inherit Montreal’s greatest couch. So why not trade it for Montreal’s greatest chicken? Romados.
This couch is one of the most versatile pieces of furniture you’ll ever come across. She can host out-of-town crashers, double as a snack-hold (as displayed), and if you’re anything like us, be the safe haven for hours upon hours of Netflix watching and NHL gaming. The chicken trade is as follows: one beige/grey couch for two half chickens (yes, that totals one full chicken) – heavy on that spicy sauce, please.
The couch is on the second floor of a Plateau apartment building. It will require two adults or two really strong children to carry it out.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to inquire. We look forward to arranging a date optimal for couch pick-up and chicken eating. Have yourself a great day!