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What is one item you own that you really should throw away.....but probably never will?

Asked by blueiiznh (16678points) May 11th, 2011

What is one item you own that you really should throw away…..but probably never will?

Tell us what bond or connection to that item that makes it so….

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MilkyWay's avatar

An old broken pen. It was the first prize I ever won for doing good at school. I got it when I was seven and it’s still there… in my stationary bucket on my desk :)

KateTheGreat's avatar

My ex-boyfriend’s Guns N Roses t-shirt. I don’t throw it away because I love to sleep in it!

yankeetooter's avatar

A picture I have of a certain someone…

Jude's avatar

A piece off of a Magnolia tree (bark) that I pick up off of the ground in Charleston.

FutureMemory's avatar

My collection of vhs and audio cassette tapes.

Supacase's avatar

My fat pants – size 24. They are a reminder of so many things. I need to pull them out for a hard ass reminder sometimes.

Neizvestnaya's avatar

A vest my grandmother sewed from a kitchen towel with a rooster on it. the hem has green yarn fringe and there is green & yellow brick-a-brack down the front edging and around the patch pockets, each having a smaller rooster patch. I’ve sworn to gift this to a friend of mine to wear onstage when her band plays. Gifts like these, they’ve got legs!

mazingerz88's avatar

A stone I picked up with an ex-gf from a beach.

Kardamom's avatar

I tend to be a bit of a hoarder (nothing even close to those people on that TV show, thank goodness) and I have a lot of things that I keep for sentimental reasons like ticket stubs and small stones or pinecones that I’ve collected on trips. And I collect a lot of stuff (like vintage fabric and purses and eye glass holders and old glass Xmas decorations). So there’s a lot of stuff that other people would like me to part with, but I never will.

faye's avatar

I have a laundry basket full of huge pine cones from a camping trip years ago. I always thought/think that I’ll make a wreath.

Blueroses's avatar

A year’s worth of emails and chat logs that I need to stop revisiting.

Magdalene's avatar

Mt first cell its not in a condition to use. Also I have changed many cell phones after it but I don’t want to throw it away as my father presented it to me when I was around fifteen.

iLove's avatar

My ex boyfriend bought me a meditating gold frog for Christmas. At the time, I was so happy about it – mostly because it was the only gift I received from anyone.

Now that we’ve broken up, I look at it and go, “really? a meditating frog?” but I doubt I will throw it away. :D

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