Someone Spotted a Denim Leg Table — a “Jable” — and Twitter Has Jokes

published Mar 31, 2022
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Social media is home to all kinds of wacky discoveries, and you truly never know what you’ll find when you open up any given app these days. Case in point: the now-viral photo of a side table that features a pair of legs in jeans and pointy boots as the base, which is lovingly referred to as a “jable.”

Twitter user @UpsetPancakes seemingly had no idea he had a viral hit on his hands, and he’s now thanking his “100 or so loyal followers in helping me go Jiral. Give me a follow if you like other kinds of funny material (may or may not be Jean related, Jod only knows).” The photo in question includes a white side table with literal legs cut just above the knee, with said legs wearing ripped denim and grayish silver boots. UpsetPancakes captioned the shot: “Yeah just put your keys on the Jable.”

Naturally, others began sharing their hilarious denim-related Twitter finds, including “jairs,” aka an entire staircase lined with pairs of jeans and a keychain made of a tiny pair of jeans, with the user joking that the jable makes for the “the perfect place to put my jeys.” Based on another user’s photo, a replica version of the denim leg table exists elsewhere but with a square wood top — though it seems that person’s cat is less than pleased by it all.

Some pointed out that Miley Cyrus’ Hannah Montana had a similarly silly table, although hers included extremely brightly colored patterned leggings instead of jeans. Others have also spotted golf-themed footstools, with one person joking, “I regret not buying this everyday.”

Of course, you could probably DIY something similar if you’re willing to get a bit crafty by dressing table legs with pants and shoes — frankly, the possibilities are endless with a little creativity and some clothes you’re willing to have permanently on display in your home.