Get some booze in to celebrate, you can't get legless at the moment.At one end of our kitchen worktop, we designed in a bit of an overhang so we could tuck a couple of high stools under. People come and perch there. So Mrs T thought we should get another 2 stools as they are so useful. Flat pack, build them yourself. They have 4 wooden legs and the way the cross bars are arranged means that one pair of legs are mirror images of the other pair. So you have two type 1 legs and two type 2 legs. Helpfully, the legs come with a sticky label "1" or "2".
As we bought 2 stools, we got 8 legs. The problem was that there were six type 1, and two type 2. Emailed a photo to the seller. No probs, would send us another set.... A set being 2 of each type. When they arrived, they were indeed labelled "1" and "2" as expected, but one of the type 2 was mis-labelled and was actually a "1".
So we now have 12 legs.
Emailed a photo. No probs, they would send us 2 new legs. And whatever the stickers on them said, he would make sure they were one of each type. They arrived this morning.... Not 2 legs, but 2 packs of legs, 4 in each pack. No problems finding a type 2 in all those but we now have 20 legs for 2 stools. They are lovely polished elm and the seller doesn't want the surplus 12 back.
Apart from the sacrilege of putting them on the wood burning stove, what are we going to do with them?