Michelle Michelle with Cobalt Lounge

This is Michelle Michelle. My best friend in the whole wide world, Michelle Michelle. I love her. She is standing next to, or near, just behind this cobalt plush. A seat preferably referred to as a single seat, depending on how much room it needs at the time. Resting on faun chaise, cobalt lounge limits chaise patronage from three to one. A wide birth, easily mistaken for upholstered skies, velvet cheek puffs ready for a poke.

Initially there was nothing creepy about this chair upholstery business. A short, Italian man to greet us with usual hello, can I help you’s. The looking for anything particulars. Mostly, as with all shop owner encounters, it is always the same, always the just looking, always looking replies, alongside thank you. Until, the doll. Michelle Michelle and I both came to the conclusion, this man, if asked, wouldn’t have even know the doll was there. I shall return, next time with a precursor question.

chair shop doll creep


20 responses to Michelle Michelle with Cobalt Lounge

  1. Well Jessie that’s my Monday night nightmare sorted out…tried to imagine said doll as just the worse for drink…failed…I shall meet her in my dreams!

    • Jessie Martinovic – Author

      It’s just so absurd. To the owner though, I’m sure a ‘what of it’ reaction mostly. I just have to know who and why, but hopefully for the sake of everyone’s health the thing is gone

    • Jessie Martinovic – Author

      I hadn’t heard of Robert before just now . Absolutely lost it at “it’s completely inappropriate” HAHA

  2. I had a doll once. I tell you it was scariest thing but I thought a doll is just a doll right? That was until my younger girl started talking about that doll and it was doing the same stuff I thought I’d imagined. I tell you now, taking that doll out the house and chucking it in the back of a bin lorry was seriously scary.

    • Jessie Martinovic – Author

      Dolls just seem to have this way about them. They don’t creep me out, really anymore. But when I was little, they did.

      I am so glad you didn’t hesitate to chuck that one out. Did it have a name?

      • Yep. Victoria. I also chucked it cos someone else and this someone was a grown up -so that was like 3 separate folks–saw the same. I tell you I had to take it down these really steep steps and I know this sounds daft but I could sense the thing wanted to put its hands round my throat the whole way down these steps. I had to take care. Your doll on the photo looks benign by comparison.

      • Jessie Martinovic – Author

        oh gosh, that sounds disgusting. I am repulsed as I am disgusted at the late Victoria.

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