I have this weird little game I play with shopping catalogues. If it is a food catalogue or a clothing catalogue, I get to pick 2 things from each page that I can have. It doesn't matter how expensive they are or whether I actually need them or not because I am not really buying them - it's all free in my imagination.
I do the same thing with home wares and lifestyle catalogues and magazine, except I like to up the anti and pick out rooms for a whole imaginary house. Clearly I have wayyy too much time on my hands, but it is something I have been doing ever since I was a little midget (as opposed to the grown up midget I now am).
The IKEA catalogues are one of my favourite ways to play this game. I have at least the past 6 years of IKEA catalogues on my book shelf and they are not in pristine condition. They are very well loved.
So cue my excitement when this catalogue arrived on my doorstep the other day...
Yep that's a whole lotta catalogue porn right there!
So here's my imaginary dream house I put together with the imaginary unlimited budget I have in my ... OK somewhat childish catalogue game.
Do you play the catalogue game or a version of?
If so what's your rules?