This idea came from Notes on a Napkin.
From the movie Phenomenon. Robert Duvall's character, Doc, is talking to Banes, a man who's having trouble with his woman:
Doc: Banes... how's your lady love?
Banes: We... um... we broke up.
Doc: Really? That's too bad, yeah. Now George has a love at his side and she is sticking with him. You know why? Because he bought her chairs. That's pretty smart to me. You ever buy Lisa's chairs?
Banes: Doc's real drunk tonight.
Doc: Every woman has her chair, something she needs to put herself into, Banes. You ever figure out what Lisa's chairs were and buy 'em?
I believe that hubby did get my chair. He just doesn't like showing it to me but I know where it is and I use it everytime. He supports my many passions in life though he likes to pretend that he really doesn't care. My hubby's crazy in that sense.
When I go about doing my scrapbooks, he goes like "my god! you've so many clutter!" But his people told me that he wouldn't shut up about my work. He's brag about it to the point that his people won't even mention the word scrapbooking anymore coz they're scared that he's gonna go into another endless monologue about how great my work is. How flattering!
When I blog, he'd go "No one wants to read what you have to say." But then I find out that he tells people that I'm a blogger and I've got thousands of people reading my blog. Which is so not true but I hope that it was true.
When I cross-stitch, he asks if I haven't gotten cross eyed over what I'm doing and then laugh like a hyena. But he showcases my work all over the house.
So yes, I do believe hubby has bought my chair but I must pretend that I have no idea he had and continue pestering him to get me one.