During construction the table was given the opportunity to meet its kinfolk. This type of symbolic "reunion" of objects is a hillbilly tradition, tracing its roots to southern pre-Civil War America when Yankees were scarce and times were good. Today, they call it "The New South" because Yankees want to take advantage of all the goodness (pretty girls, warm weather, etc) the South has to offer - but they don't want the stigma attached to living in the "Old South". Stop laughing. It's all true.