My Favorite Room

My Den is a great place to hang out,
play some pool, or just get away from the stress of every
day life. My Den offers superior sound and entertainment.

It has no stress related items such as a telephone,
computer, desk, and no pagers are allowed. This room
represents fun and relaxation for all that enter the room. My
entertainment center offers a wood grain big screen TV.

Complete with surround sound and multi-function remote.

The picture within picture offers dual sport viewing, to bring
live sports action to the room. For half-time entertainment,
guest can enjoy a antique carved wood clawed foot
professional size pool table, which was bought from
Minnesota Fats estate auction. Billiard action is well lit by
the hand cut glass Billiard lamp hanging from the open
wood beam ceiling. Lazy Boys abound sitting on top of
genuine hand pegged oak floors. Guest never leave hungry
or thirsty as the hand carved saloon for is always well
stocked with cold beverages and hardy sandwich fixins. To
create a totally stress free environment the following rules
must be observed. No ties, briefcases or any other work
related articles. No phones or pagers are allowed so there
are no interruptions. These are to insure a fun and relaxing
time. My Den is a great place to hang out, play some pool,
or just get away from the stress of every day life. It is
almost impossible not to have a good time when you are in
my den. Outline A. Introduction B. Why the den is a great
place to hang out. C. Pooltable D. Get away from stress of
everyday life. E. Closing paragraph
Category: Miscellaneous

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