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How Much Crap Do You Have In Your Drawer Full Of Crap?

In that drawer. You know the drawer.

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  1. Tick off everything you have in your "drawer":

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    Via Paul Taylor/Flickr
    Old takeaway menus
    Via Paul Taylor/Flickr
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    Via bpende/Flickr
    Mismatching Tupperware
    Via bpende/Flickr
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    Via Rtz/Wikimedia Commons
    Early Nokia phone
    Via Rtz/Wikimedia Commons
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    Via Christopher Brignell/Thinkstock
    Trolley tokens
    Via Christopher Brignell/Thinkstock
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    Via OneArmedMan/WikimediaCommons
    Extinct foreign currency
    Via OneArmedMan/WikimediaCommons
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    Bag clips
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    Via Bob/Flickr
    Rubber bands
    Via Bob/Flickr
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    Via online_gift_wholesaler/eBay
    Endless padlocks
    Via online_gift_wholesaler/eBay
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    Via Bryan Ochalla/Flickr
    Old instruction manuals
    Via Bryan Ochalla/Flickr
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    Via Asim18/Wikimedia Commons
    Dead batteries
    Via Asim18/Wikimedia Commons
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    Via Smabs Sputzer/Flickr
    Ancient postcards
    Via Smabs Sputzer/Flickr
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    Via WHSmith
    A gift card with 20p on it
    Via WHSmith
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    Via jden/Flickr
    Loose Euros
    Via jden/Flickr
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    Via Zephyris/Wikimedia Commons
    A potentially broken torch
    Via Zephyris/Wikimedia Commons
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    Via Jem Stone/Flickr
    An ancient TV guide
    Via Jem Stone/Flickr
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    Via Marcelo/public-domain-image
    Lone screwriver
    Via Marcelo/public-domain-image
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    Via lis*attique/eBay
    Something from Woolworths
    Via lis*attique/eBay
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    Via DAVID HOLT/Flickr
    Old cinema tickets
    Via DAVID HOLT/Flickr
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    Via Haragayato/Wikimedia Commons
    Almost empty lighters
    Via Haragayato/Wikimedia Commons
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    Via kess1959/eBay
    Expired medicines
    Via kess1959/eBay
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    Via rachels-wonderful-wardrobe/eBay
    A smartphone with a smashed screen
    Via rachels-wonderful-wardrobe/eBay
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    Via anita_miky0/Pixabay
    Keys to your old house
    Via anita_miky0/Pixabay
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    Via bargain-bazzaar/eBay
    A keyring with a photo in it
    Via bargain-bazzaar/eBay
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    Via ezi_tech/eBay
    Old phone chargers
    Via ezi_tech/eBay
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    Via Julia P/Flickr
    Luggage tags
    Via Julia P/Flickr
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    Via fsse8info/Flickr
    Receipts for shops that have closed
    Via fsse8info/Flickr
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    Via Simon Speed/Wikimedia Commons
    Allen keys
    Via Simon Speed/Wikimedia Commons
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    Via Scotch/Amazon
    Scotch tape
    Via Scotch/Amazon
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    Via well-wholesale.com
    These things
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    Via Christopher Elison/Flickr
    Expired passports
    Via Christopher Elison/Flickr
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    Via Assassin3577/Wikimedia Commons
    Commemorative coins
    Via Assassin3577/Wikimedia Commons
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    Via Sophie Gadd/BuzzFeed
    A phone number written on a post-it
    Via Sophie Gadd/BuzzFeed
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    Via goodstogo.2012
    String
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    Via J.smith Commons
    Waterbottle lids
    Via J.smith Commons
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    Via PublicDomainPictures/Pixabay
    Mystery casettes
    Via PublicDomainPictures/Pixabay
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    Via OD-BE/Amazon
    Loose drawing pins
    Via OD-BE/Amazon
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    Via Sophie Gadd/BuzzFeed
    Expired Pizza Express vouchers
    Via Sophie Gadd/BuzzFeed
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    Via Noggo/
    Radiator key you can never find
    Via Noggo/
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    Via Bryant & May/Amazon
    Almost empty match box
    Via Bryant & May/Amazon
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    Via Korbond/Amazon
    Lint roller
    Via Korbond/Amazon
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    Via dreamlandvalue2010/eBay
    A loose lightbulb
    Via dreamlandvalue2010/eBay
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    Via clicktshirt
    These things
    Via clicktshirt
 
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