IKEA have done us all a favour by letting us know how to make decent forts during the very boring lockdown period.
It’s not really something we all thought we needed, but then again no-one could have predicted that we’d all want both Diet Coke and Coke Zero. Here we are in a world containing both.
With that, IKEA have pulled through with some very handy instructions telling us how to make lovely furniture forts.
Created by an agency called Instinct, the instructions include handy pictures that show you what you’re doing and they look just like real IKEA instructions.
Have a look at what’s going…
They all look pretty cosy, I’ll be honest, and if I weren’t so paranoid that my parents would be worried about my mental wellbeing during the lockdown, I’d be making most of these.
In a recent article about IKEA, Josh wrote that the furniture shop is “Sweden’s second best export to me (first is obviously Zlatan)“, and I’ll tell you why he said that. It’s because he’s an idiot.
Sweden’s best export is Freddie Ljungberg. Of course it is.
What a stellar guy. A very handsome and talented man. I love him dearly.
Regardless of all of that, don’t forget to go and make yourself a fort. Lovely, lovely forts. Just me and Freddie Ljungberg having a good time in a fort.
What a day.
Images via IKEA, Instagram