Sofa Coaster

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Save the beer!!!!

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    egriff

    10 years ago on Introduction

    I don't know why everyone is complaining about the slides... it's pretty simple, but ingenius all the same.

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    aliceownsj00

    11 years ago on Introduction

    haha thats a cute idea... or should I say 'manly idea', either way, cool

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    FrenchCrawlerAar000n3y

    Reply 11 years ago on Introduction

    Suggestion: If you see a Video or Slideshow Image (the picture depicts what it is) where the Instructable picture is, just assume that there won't be any written instructions. Then just skip over them or view the video/slideshow as is.

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    Aar000n3yFrenchCrawler

    Reply 11 years ago on Introduction

    Many many times, I read out of the corner of my eye without thinking. So when I do try skipping things, I end up catching a couple words, and then sometimes I'm interested. So that doesn't really work.

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    FrenchCrawlerAar000n3y

    Reply 11 years ago on Introduction

    When you open Instructables, just select the tab at the top that says "Instructables" (then just have Instructables bookmarked at that url). Afterwards, you won't have to worry about seeing these new additions.

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    Aar000n3yFrenchCrawler

    Reply 11 years ago on Introduction

    The page that button goes to doesn't show all new instructables, just popular ones. I like to look at new ones as they come, and search when I need to.

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    FrenchCrawlerAar000n3y

    Reply 11 years ago on Introduction

    Go to that page, then go to the "sort by" (located under the categories, but above the Instructables) and click recent. "Popular" is the default setting so when you click on any of the tabs, it'll sort by the most popular. Try it out for yourself: Click on the Instructables tab and then click back onto the All tab.

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    pingeee

    11 years ago on Introduction

    I still like the original clear photos+written instructions instructables. These instructables without that turns me off. I keep thinking they are just for us to click to get them money (like metacafe stuffs)

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    You've obviously teamed up with instructables in order to leach money out of poor helpless souls by posting slideshows without any written discription! Everyone! Run before its too late!

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    canida

    11 years ago on Introduction

    How about adding some "claws" to keep the coaster in place- depending on your couch it might be velcro, rubber flaps, or tetanus-inducing spikes. A rubber footing on top would also make the beer a bit more likely to stay put when someone gesticulates wildly.

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    I had wanted to try checkering the top, but the price of checkering tools was prohibitive. That and laziness. I like the claw idea, hmmmm.

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    xrobevansxcanida

    Reply 11 years ago on Introduction

    agreed: rubber feet or something to make the bottom grip the cloth of the sofa, as well as cork or some other material on top for under the bottle/glass.

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    Brennn10

    11 years ago on Introduction

    Haha, I really like this. of course a teen like me would use a Soda instead of beer.