We don’t have a junk drawer in our house. That saddens me immensely. Don’t get me wrong, I’m not a big fan of clutter, but it’s very strange to live without a junk drawer. At work, it’s not really been a problem, historically, because I’ve had at least one place for junk. For example:
But here at home, my wife is very much against junk drawers. I’m not sure why, and it just seems wrong to me. That leads me to a few questions…
- If you don’t have a junk drawer, where do you put your super glue, scotch tape, spare batteries, dried up ink pens, scissors, playing cards, poster sticky-tack, coupons, eyeglass screwdrivers, and old wine corks?
- Are junk drawers an American thing, or is the phenomenon international?
- What room does your junk drawer live in?
- What’s in your junk drawer?
So do tell! Inquiring minds want to know.
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