Junk in the drawer December 31, 2022 An organizer that is no longer organized for 1. Thanks DJ To Share click →FacebookTwitterPinterestRedditTumblrWhatsAppEmailPrint
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Scotch tape and a Phillip screwdriver.
Every stupid, friggin’ twist tie,from every loaf of bread you have ever bought!
Random working and non-working batteries.
Miscellaneous screws and hardware no one knows what they belong to yet you’re still afraid to throw out.
Tupperware tops and you no longer have the containers they were supposed to cover, a whisk that always prevents the drawer from fully opening or closing, a key to something you have no idea what it is, and a rubbery disk that helps open jars and other things.
Keys to unknown locks & cars (just in case), dead batteries, tangled up wad of string, ‘spare’ bread closures, non-working mini flashlight.
Besides some of the items mentioned:
A claw hammer with either a broken claw or very loose head.
A random handful of screws and nails
Three picture frame hooks and less than 12″ of picture frame wire, which is coming untwisted.
A small hank of kitchen twine
3′ of lamp cord
an old outlet plug
a sprinkler head
church key bottle opener
lamp bulb socket
12″ of speaker wire
package of night light bulbs
Slotted screwdriver with a broken tip
Bulb for the Oven
Masking & Electrical Tape
This sounds suspiciously like you actually took inventory while making this list!! HAHAHAHA!!! Nice!!
loose paper clips.
Ball of string, dull scissors, assorted tapes (scotch, masking, electrical), 3 Phillips head screw drivers (all the same size), one slightly bent too small flat-head screw driver, pliers, lighter (that barely works), assortment of mis-matched screws. Everything else is just icing on the cake.
miscellaneous rubber bands
Two empty Scotch Tape dispensers, assorted plastic straws, a deck of cards with only one missing, assorted twist ties,spare buttons for clothes that are no longer around and and two unused egg whisks.
Which junk drawer, kitchen, bathroom, desk… ??
Along with what everybody else already said, an odd smell– not dust, not oil, not wood– just odd. A 12AX7 vacuum tube. And the gray spray-paint-can lid that all the little screws and tacks and things it was holding spilled out of when the drawer closed funny and you forced it in 1997.
A cheap plastic roll of scotch tape, unusable because of all the dust and lint stuck to it.
Nokia 3310 with battery life.
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