Build Your Own Bookcase Fort: Settle in for a Nerdy Siege

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The stairs bookcase was cool, but this is an entire igloo-like bookcase structure that you can actually use as a miniature dwelling. In fact, this "Uroko House" is built around a bed, which makes it one hell of a place to sleep for any kid—whether they like to read or not. There are no written instructions on how to make your own, but the images in the gallery help illustrate the process. [Flickr via Freshome]

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bigbadjon-old
bigbadjon

do they still print porn?

if not, old computer peripherals might work. i know i have tons of extra printers/monitors/desktop cases floating around... it could be the ultimate server rack... then like Lieutenant Barclay in that one episode of TNG, you could "become" the machine.

Man, that was lame on so many levels... I'm gonna go hide.