“Happiness is a super comfy sofa bed, a few side tables and a strong Wi-Fi connection.” IKEA’s catalog is the world’s most widely distributed book. Literary critic Hellmuth Karasek gave the latest edition a tongue-in-cheek review.
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Pin it Remember HORRORSTÖR, the thriller novel set in an IKEA ripoff and designed to look like a catalog? Well, Fox is making it into a TV show. READ MORE »
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Following last year's brilliant bookbook film, Ikea has returned with another doozy of an ad to promote the release of this year's catalogue. Created for the Swiss market, it features renowned German literary critic Hellmuth Karasek subjecting the "world's most widely distributed book" to a review...
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Horrorstör is basically a novel about a haunted IKEA. There’s no romance in it, but it’s relevant to the interests of the Bitchery in the sense that it’s about a haunted IKEA, a concept that should strike mingled dread and delight in the soul of anyone who has every actually been to IKEA. Show More Summary
A guy in Denmark got a suspended sentence after he was caught doodling penises all over an IKEA store with one of those free pencils they give you. Another guy annoyed his girlfriend no end by coming up with endless, corny puns as they navigated one of the labyrinthine stores. Show More Summary
I think every woman who’s been in a relationship with a guy knows this situation (and guys know it too). Donna wanted to do some shopping at Ikea since they had just moved in together. Simon, her boyfriend, would rather be, well, pretty much anywhere else, but she wanted him to come along, so he […]
It has the world's largest print run: a staggering 220 million copies. And yet no literary critics have deemed it worthy of their commentary. Until now. German literary critic Hellmuth Karasek lowers himself to reading an Ikea catalog in a clip hosted by the mega-retailer's Swiss channel on YouTube. Show More Summary
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IKEA names all their products, using a system that only made sense to the guy who instituted it. If you don’t know any Scandinavian languages, they seem completely random, and you’ll never know how they are supposed to be pronounced....Show More Summary
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He probably won't have to go shopping anymore after that!
Pin it The most printed book of our time, the IKEA catalog, has never been properly reviewed—until now. IKEA had German literary critic Hellmuth Karasek give his honest opinion about this important work. READ MORE »