Last night, I had to get a dish from my one of my kitchen cabinets. The cabinet is very high and the dish is on the top shelf. So I got a chair and climbed onto the counter to get it. I got the dish and then put my foot on the seat of the chair. My foot went through the seat. Right away I knew the perps did something to my chair.
I got off the chair and turned it around to see what was wrong. The perps had removed all the screws from the chair. So the seat was not attached to the frame. If I hadn’t been holding on to the cabinet door, I would have fallen down and hurt myself. I probably would have broken my foot, or something worse might have happened. I consider myself lucky to be walking around in one piece.
These people are beyond evil. They are evil incarnate. How can someone do something so mean?
That’s why I continually tell you to always check things out when you return home. The chair was not broken when I went out earlier in the day. And I didn’t check the chair because it looked all right. I didn’t listen to my advice. It’s gets tiring to always check things out, but what almost happened to me, could happen to you. And you might not be so lucky.
After you return home, be sure that the perps haven’t done something to your furniture. I have very few pieces of furniture, because I don’t want to be worrying about what they’re going to do to it.
So learn from my experience and always take a good look around your house/apartment when you return home. You don’t want to end up in the hospital.
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