wouldn't it be funny if while jack would be in there without anyone knowing, someone in the bedroom that holds its entrance had people in it where they then rearranged heavy furniture, and then where jack couldn't get out and would have to call for help to be able to get out?
I wonder, isn't illegal for civilians (non government official and non police officers) to own such devices like that?
I mean isn't crossing the line for example... if families used that on their offspring for example?
wish I had a secret room in my house like that, somewhere to disappear to where everything I like to do is in there. It could be a game room, have the internet going, have a mini fridge stocked up with ice cold drinks. Right that's it, I'm getting my saw and hammer
hiddentomb1 i agree!
But the only problem i see is that if your someone like me (addicted to games, consoles or pc) creating a room nice and cosy like this one, adding all your games nd fridges ect, say goodbye to social life and become the "live in a basement" person lol.
But nonethe less, if i had the money, i would probabley be that person. xD
Sorry about some of my spelling.
Im high, its taken me something like 10 mins to type all this on my phone lol.
Enjoy your day all :)
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