I’m starting to throw out nonessential stuff from cupboards as I go now, You know, the cluttery stuff that gathers in corners of drawers and cupboard shelves.
There’s usually one “junk drawer” in every house and it’s usually in the kitchen. Is that a global thing, or just the UK?
Half finished makeup, unused carrier bags, old elastic bands, pencils with broken lead, bits and pieces of old toiletries, spent batteries, old emery boards and nail varnish, shower caps from hotels, bendy straws and plastic shot glasses from parties long gone.
Ah, are the last two just my house?
I’ve just found some Beechams Flu Remedy tablets that must be at least 10 years old, judging by the state of the packaging.
Why do we keep this stuff?