IKEA in Draper delivered my mattress to me. They deliver.We have an IKEA here in Salt Lake County. However, how does Russ get it home? On the bus? IKEA doesn't deliver. However, some thrift shops will deliver since they tend to be linked to curch/charity groups here in Utah and cater to the poor who often can't afford their own vehicles. I have a hard time believing Russ has a buddy with a truck he was able to talk into helping get that love seat home.
Besides, we all know Russ was planning on Danica sleeping in his bed with him, not on a couch. Danica realized it too, and that's why she's ignoring Russ. Not that she was ever planning on staying with him in the first place.
I would put money down that his "bed" is a twin mattress on the floor, with Wal-Mart brushed microfiber sheets on and one sad $5 pillow.Besides, we all know Russ was planning on Danica sleeping in his bed with him, not on a couch.
It’s like if he tried to buy a car to drive women around town in and he somehow ended up buying a steering wheel cover and a Segway.Russell's signature ineptitude produces hilarity again! How can you go looking for a couch that someone is going to (in your sad little fantasy) be sleeping on and end up with a couch cover and tiny loveseat? What the fuck Russ.
He truly thinks he's a nice guy, and being a narcissist, he thinks he's the only nice guy around. He did the same thing in his book, where Taylor tearfully tells him that his song was the nicest thing anyone's ever done for her. He really thinks everyone else treats women like shit. Except he's not a nice guy,
That’s an interesting point. He’s always shitting on other disabilities (“those kids dying of cancer will never have it as hard as me!”) but I can’t think of any times he’s really talked about how people struggle with moebius, beyond his shrimp dick not getting wet.True, but Russ only cares about his disability, I don't even think he cares about other people with Moebius
If anything, other than some people whose conditions are incredibly severe compared to Russ or even other normal Moebius sufferers, the normal state of people with Moebius is living normal lives.I feel like if he acknowledged anyone else having Moebius his illusion of being super special and having "muh plights" would just shatter. He definitely consciously filters out other people with Moebius so to avoid having to confront the reality that other have made something of their lives even with the disease, too.
Every independent thrift store near me (except the one non-church one) offers delivery for extra money. Not too much of a stretch to imagine that a Mormon thrift store (??) would too.Am I the only one that wants to know how he got the loveseat home?
No vehicle, and I can't imagine anyone willing to help him if they were the sort of brutish male that could lift a loveseat or owned a truck
“She is my girlfriend. She’s dressing up and looking good for me.”
He was definitely offered not only delivery but more than likely a ride home too.Every independent thrift store near me (except the one non-church one) offers delivery for extra money. Not too much of a stretch to imagine that a Mormon thrift store (??) would too.
They deliver his couch and then look at him for thanks before driving away, and he just stands there on the pavement and stares at them blankly while drooling, then walks inside and shuts the door.He was definitely offered not only delivery but more than likely a ride home too.
I wonder if Russ says “thank you” to people. Or if every interaction is always one sided for him. Everyone is an NPC!
I guess when I think thrift store i think like used clothes and housewares, at least that's what it is around here. Usually furniture is limited to like a wooden chair or somethingEvery independent thrift store near me (except the one non-church one) offers delivery for extra money. Not too much of a stretch to imagine that a Mormon thrift store (??) would too.