At least not for me. I used the day off from work - and the fact martes wasn't here all day - to break up and remove one of the two aging couches we had in the living room. It took up a lot of space, nobody ever sat on it and on rare occasions only a guest would sleep on it. kvogel was the last, using it just a couple of days ago.
It actually turned out to be a very cheaply made piece of furniture and broke up very easily. Sometime way back in my past I learned how to grade lumber based on how many imperfections (usually Knots) it had in it. This wood was very low grade and had actually already broken in two places where Knots went through the frame.
It was interesting for the cats though - none of the four of them had ever seen the carpet that was under where the couch had been and apparently there were some really interesting smells in there that required a lot of rubbing and rolling to absorb.