Curious what others have in their man cave, if you have one.
I'll start. Got rid of the TV, and have exercise equipment in there along
with my iHome/iPod. Also a turtle tank, with one Red Eared Slider.
Rocks- firewood- women to cook for me- T-rex bones.
I'm working on this round disk to help me move stuff around. I
think if I can got 4 of them hooked up to this log, the chicks will
come running to push me around on the log.
[man caves? really? That's not just sit-com material?]
Well I had what one (female) realtor called a "man cave." Then I got a
woman. She implemented a few changes:
A few rooms repainted,
rearrange the china cabinet,
new breakfast room table and chairs,
new bath vanities,
new end tables,
and a few minor re-arrangements
makes the place look like "a woman lives here."
I can still go in the backyard and pee against a tree. At night.
Aside from new countertops and splash, stainless sink (with sprayer),
different wall-hangings, new toaster and microwave, a whisk, lid hangers on
the cabinet doors, new paint and a decorative trim near the ceiling, there
really wasn't much done.
I mean a kitchen is a kitchen, right? (Except we now call that room the
"beast preparation area".)
Beer brewing equipment.
Computer with 16 gig of old rock and roll.
Two pairs large speakers
Small plasma TV.
Hand power tools
Roller tool cabinets
Swamp cooler with external misting system
various welding tables and stands
Assorted vintage and antique tools
old license plate collection
Other than that, not much ............
mine has basic woodworking tools (table saw, router table, etc....)
with a 4'x8' workbench, It's a stand-alone 400 sq ft. workshop with
air/heat and a 10 gallon jug of water which flows into a clean-up sink
(doubles as a urinal), satellite radio and mini-fridge.
My electronics workshop (RF signal generator/freq counter/oscilloscope and
various meters along with loads of electronic junk for salvaging parts out
of, and my regular junk box in a dozen drawers and a couple multi-drawer
bins.) And my traveling toolkit, with which I visit family and friends to
fix their broken goodies. Have sprung forth to fix the wife's computer four
or five times, and ceaselessly tinker with various things to keep them
working and sometimes work even better. Most recently fixed my Sandisk Sansa
Fuze, which had gone into the process of turning itself off and on, over and
over. Currently trying to repair a lawn ornament with solar cell and LED
that charges during the day with sunlight and lights up at night (it's a
mushroom, with a fairy sitting underneath, and the LED is in the mushroom
cap, shining down through a transluscent lense onto the fairy.)
The rest of the room is our library. I have about eighty inches
floor-to-ceiling on one wall (with a window in the middle that looks out
onto the garden) for all this. :) And it's enough.
That's a good question..
Looks like a lot of junk and the place needs a good cleaning, even a
bad cleaning would help it a lot.
Big screen TV.. dogs... computers... tools... old chair, .... a
bed....a fan... wall heater... old stereo... flashlights... I see the
battery for the riding lawnmower...ketchup, dirty dishes lots of stuff
in here. I doubt I could get 100 bucks for it all,excluding the TV and
computers, at a yard sale.
The dogs like it just the way it is, and so do I. Maybe I'll meet
the right woman someday and she will get it cleaned up before she
Three singing fish mounted on the walls
A katana sword on the wall.
Two computers -- a desktop and a laptop
A recliner chair
A sat TV set
A radio with a CD player, and CD collection
A shelf with stuff for making coffee
A record turntable and records
An "I love me" wall holding various licenses, diplomas,
An electric bass and amplifier...
A ham radio transceiver......
That's about it.......
Andy in Eureka , Texas
Naw. They only know one song (Take me to the River), and
all sing in the same key...
It is fun, however, to turn them all on and let them sing it
as a round.......
My next decorating idea is to get one of those little
to keep cold beer in.....
Andy in Eureka, Texas
Eureka, where non-Moslems are not allowed to beat their wives.....
A Fisher reciever (with tubes) and related music equipment, my books
including ~200 geology texts, my "fine" boards, my computers and
related equipment, a huge oak desk, lots of pictures of dogs and
family, and my collection of Fine Woodworking.
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