Transcript for Backyard 'She Shed,' Where Women Go to Get Away
there's a good chance plenty of folks watched the NBA finals tonight from their man cave. Others may have gone the opposite direction or turning to what's now called the she-shed. Watch this. Will bring it up, throw up a three. Rebound curry. And the dream season is now complete. The golden state warriors are the 2015 champions. Tonight the warriors bring home the trophy. The champagne's flowing in the visitor's locker room. And what better place to watch that victory than notice comfort of your man cave. This is the man cave! No women allowed in here. Monuments of masculinity seen in films like, "I love you, man." We're in the chill station. The tried and true. Welcome to the man cave. To the more unique. So this is my Lego room. There's even a man cave show featured on the DIY network. This is unbelievable. But the newest twist with a decidedly feminine twist is the she-shed. Being away without being away. This bungalow. Her at-home retreat right in her back yard. I can sit and raid in my house, but I'm also looking thinking I need to wash the windows, do the laundry, look that dust over there. I'm in here, I'm not thinking that. It's the same concept of the man cave. Some sharing tips on the popular new trend. My daughter would paint a rock. I kept it. It's in there. I read in there. I do paint in there. Right now I'm doing ca launls. These petite pads to while away the next big sports game. So what do you think about these she-sheds? Head to our "Nightline" Facebook page and let us now.
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