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What Item Will You Never Ever Get Rid Of?

A favorite pair of jeans? Your prized KitchenAid? A *holy grail* beauty product? Tell me, please!

In case your haven't heard, people are cleaning the eff out of their homes using Marie Kondo's KonMari method. Her best-selling book was recently adapted into a Netflix show, bringing tidiness to the masses!

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According to Kondo, you should hold every item in your home to see if it "sparks joy." If it does, you get to keep it! If not, you thank it for its service and let it go.

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Even Emily Gilmore is hip to it!

So I NEED to know: What item sparks the most joy in you? What object could you never ever part with because of how much it makes your heart sing?

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^Me to my French press. And I mean, OBV you love photos, childhood keepsakes, heirlooms, etc. But I'm talking about an item that you purchased and are so attached to, not even Marie could pry it out of your hands.

Maybe it's your favorite pair of black pants — the ones you would be wearing in every episode in the cartoon story of your life.

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I've been wearing these BDG beauties since high school and fully plan on being buried in them.

Or a gift from your significant other that you actually look at ALL the time...maybe it's even something from before you were dating!

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Nothing sparks joy quite like a personalized book filled with memories of you and your boo!

Perhaps it's a cooking gadget that makes you feel like an absolute wizard in the kitchen. Or a trusty pan that you're *convinced* helps you nail the pancake flip every time.

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How could you NOT hold this avocado multi-tool close forever and ever?

Or maybe it's your favorite book. One that totally rocked your world and you're planning on rereading every year for forever.

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Let us know below what you refused to part with on your tidying journey to be featured in a BuzzFeed Community post! Or what you would refuse to part with if you were to do KonMarie — tbh, it looks like a lot of work!