Rather than hunch over our coffee tables
for another dinner in front of the TV, or trying not to spill hoisin sauce
on our keyboards while powering through another working-dinner, this proper dining room---with beautiful quarter-sawn oak paneling, intricate woodwork detail on the coffered ceiling, and loads of room to breathe--would encourage us to sit up straight and maybe
even cook dinner instead of ordering in (though even three-day-old Chinese would probably taste better in here).
We can also imagine lingering over our repast, absorbed in witty, intellectual conversation, instead of sniping over whose turn it is to do the dishes....
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