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  1. Munki

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    *You can move this if need be; I wasn't sure where to put it.*

    I am in need of a new computer desk. I want it as close as I can get it to 144" long 24"-36" depth, vertical measure very isn't important. Id prefer more of a business style desk. But yet it needs to be a nice desk for me a teen (16 yr. old.) I have a lot of work that i have to do, im juggling Collage and High School at the same time. So, anyone that can help in any way at all. You are Much appreciated. :rockout:



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    check ikea or something
     
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    build one that's what i did but i don't think u have the time but ya like ikea would work
     
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    Would you mind telling me what you used to build it?

    My grandfather is a wood worker. So, i might can get him to do it for me.
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    here is some picts of it
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    it has a pine top and birch molding under it and spruce legs ...lol
     
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    :roll: Your desk is VERY diverse.
     
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    Oh, i fixed the Original post.
     
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    Ikea scares me..
     
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    why does Ikea scare you? my wife LOVES the place... in fact when we go somewhere on vacation... we have to stop off at an Ikea along the way, lol :roll:
     
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    I agree, i find nothing wrong with the place other then the closest one is in ATL, couple of hours from here.
     
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    LOL my sister loves ikea too.. sept any time they travel they visit walmarts...odd people

    Well ikea scares me because of the fear of assembly of an ikea product...unless theyve changed since last time i heard
     
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    what's so hard about assembly??? put a bolt in and screw it down... a goes to b, yada yada yada... Well I'm good with my hands so it doesn't scare me... lol
     
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    ha i put a desk from them together with out reading the directions its simple
     
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    Does it have to be new? If not, then Craigslist maybe? In my particular area there are probably dozens of desk listings added every day. Lot of great deals sometimes. Not sure about your location, but it might be worth a shot.
     

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