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Cajun Revolution
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Furniture Question: Dresser/Chest
My limited understanding is that Chest is for men and the Dresser is for women because it has a mirror.

Maybe I'm completely off base here. Never had a dresser.

I just need something to put clothes in but will last.


BRgetthenet
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re: Furniture Question: Dresser/Chest
Leave them on the floor and make her deal with it, like a man.
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oldcharlie8
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re: Furniture Question: Dresser/Chest
never heard this before.

i call it a chest of drawers



tgrbaitn08
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re: Furniture Question: Dresser/Chest
Dresser has a mirror

Chest of drawers is a chest of drawers


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Cajun Revolution
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re: Furniture Question: Dresser/Chest
That's what I call it but there seems to be two different things you put clothes in...a dresser and a wood box chest thing.

My clothes for the past year have been freelancing in the closet. Time to get my **** together


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BACONisMEATcandy
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re: Furniture Question: Dresser/Chest
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My limited understanding is that Chest is for men and the Dresser is for women because it has a mirror.


Dressers do not have to have a mirror. Dressers are built out (wide) while Chest of Drawers are built up.


tgrbaitn08
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re: Furniture Question: Dresser/Chest
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Dressers do not have to have a mirror.


Dressers come with mirrors. Whether or not you use it is up to you.


Hammertime
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re: Furniture Question: Dresser/Chest
I have both and like to helicopter my peen in the dresser. I also put stuff like work clothes, printer paper, extra school stuff, and coozies it in. Really just extra storage for me

I use the Chester droors for all of my regular clothes


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BACONisMEATcandy
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re: Furniture Question: Dresser/Chest
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Dressers come with mirrors. Whether or not you use it is up to you.


Crate & Barrel and Restoration Hardware disagree with you

LINK

LINK


tgrbaitn08
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re: Furniture Question: Dresser/Chest
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Crate & Barrel and Restoration Hardware disagree with you


you just wasted 20 min searching the net just to find 2 chest of drawers that Crate and Barrel calls a dresser drawer??

pathetic


Cajun Revolution
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re: Furniture Question: Dresser/Chest
Actually most I've seen are 50/50 with the mirror, which kind of prompted this thread.


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Cajun Revolution
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re: Furniture Question: Dresser/Chest
It looks like this thread is a waste of server space because I'm not paying $700-$1500 for something to hold my laundry.

Looks like I'm plastic furnituring it from Target.


BACONisMEATcandy
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re: Furniture Question: Dresser/Chest
Not quite....

Most of them are the same... Next time I will try to keep hitting F5 in the in game dresser/chest thread

LINK

LINK


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BACONisMEATcandy
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re: Furniture Question: Dresser/Chest
I found mine on Craigslist.... It's worth at least looking at


bunky
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