• you keep old toilet paper? save the unused parts of the lettuce? vaccum up all the cookie crumbs from where Mr Pants always sits, so you can ball them all together and make more cookies?
    • Linda Joy
      Lol! Keep up the good work!
    • barb
      i hoard
  • you hoard too much stuff
  • you run out of space, which is happening. Then you have to get rid of it and feel bad about it.
  • You buy and buy and buy
  • stow up questions from other waste-time Q&A sites. :P
    • Linda Joy
      What is "stow up"? And why do you waste your time answering them?
    • Wakko
      I have nothing but time to waste. You'll be seeing a lot of me. I was here for quite some time until the site shut down and I was thanked for my patronage.
  • You save dried up plant dirt for another plant
    • Linda Joy
      I've done that! lol
  • You've run out of space and forget where things are
  • "That's all your house is - it's a place to keep your stuff while you go out and get more stuff." --George Carlin
    • Linda Joy
      I loved that bit! Thanks for reminding me!
  • own a brothel. xD
  • All my doors were broken and I couldn't leave my house
  • If you do not give credit where it is due.
    • Linda Joy
      I don't understand that one, but thanks for answering!
  • Your mattress is on top of a pile of junk, rather than on the floor.
    • Linda Joy
      Does food storage count? hahaha! My sister put her mattress and box springs on top of her food storage! I forgot about that till now!
  • You keep stuff you haven't used in 5 years. You keep stuff if it's broken and tell yourself you'll fix it later and never do. You have to turn sideways to get through every door of your home. One or more of your rooms is unusable for purpose. You keep out-of date, produce or products. You can't see your floor.
    • mushroom
      Five years? I had better get rid of those fire extinguishers and smoke alarms.
    • bostjan64
      You should replace fire extinguishers every 5-10 years and smoke alarms every 10 years anyway, according to NFPA.
    • Linda Joy
      You saved me having to look it up!
    • Linda Joy
      But the date says 'best by' not 'expires on'!
  • you can't bear to throw away even the most useless of junk? That sounds like a hoarding problem.
    • Linda Joy
      But what if I repaired my vehicle with one of those useless pieces of junk? I'd have been stranded on the interstate if that piece of junk electrical wire hadn't been in the trunk! Sure you can call your uncle, but I'm an independent woman (junk hoarder) who likes to do as much as I can for myself.
    • Jenny The Great ⭐
      You just never learn. Look up the word Tort. In the US, you will be held accountable if an object on the property attracts and injures children. The rule applies to almost anything that poses a hazard, including car parts, junk cars, and all sorts of scrap metal. Citations in the amount of $150.00 can go up to $500.00 if the vehicle is not removed.
  • you collect junk cars for parts? Try visiting an auto parts store for a change.

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