Let’s play….

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Because it’s been a long week and I need a chuckle.

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I’d like to tell you there’s something wonderfully quirky up there like a hedgehog cheese grater…

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Or sandwich bags that lessen the chances of your kid getting beaten up for their PB&J….

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But alas, when I climbed up on a chair and checked?

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All I saw was this:

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A lone fly swatter the husband must have thrown up there when I wasn’t looking.

Handy if Mike Pence drops by, but otherwise not very amusing.

So regale me with your finds…

What’s collecting dust in your kitchen?

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31 thoughts on “Let’s play….”

  1. In case it wasn’t clear that Partner and I are gay, let’s resolve any lingering doubts: We have a startling trove of Fiesta Ware on top of our fridge. Oh, and two plastic ducks, one of which is pink and sports a tiara. The other one, I think, is supposed to be a tribute to men who work on lobster boats or some such. I’m old and I no longer remember details…

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  2. Egg cartons, a quesadilla maker, Pop corn popper, some Tastefully simple seasoned salt and a cook book that weighs a ton. Possibly a rouge family of dust bunnies since I am too short to reach the back to wipe it all off.

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      1. We had a 26 cubic foot stainless steel (like yours), It was 15 years old, looked new, but started to make noise and ice up, so we thought it was broke. We replaced it with another 26 cubic foot Stainless steel. Turns out, the old one was fine, we just had blocked the fan with a block of frozen ground beef. Moved the beef, no more noise. It is now in a nice open space in our over-sized garage. The fridge side is stocked with cold drinks, and the freezer side is overflow for meets and veggies. It worked out really good.

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      2. Ours was less than 10 years old and just stopped cooling. Had a repairman in and he said for what we’d have to pay to replace parts and repair it, we might as well buy new. Nothing lasts like it used to. Before that one, we had a Montgomery Ward. It was indestructible… and I only got rid of it because we remodeled the kitchen. Big mistake.

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