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What do you have too many of in your home?

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MiddlingMum Wed 13-Dec-17 13:39:14

We have far too many clothes hangers, and although I cull them from time to time, they evidently breed in the airing cupboard and in the wardrobes.

We also have far too many pairs of scissors, I don't know where they all come from.

What do you have too many of?

BulletFox Wed 13-Dec-17 13:40:48

Books books books books books books

Biscusting Wed 13-Dec-17 13:41:18

Kids

BulletFox Wed 13-Dec-17 13:42:39

<snatches books to chest>

Coat hangers. Wow, wish I could find some of them. They're obviously procreating in the corner

DotDashBeep Wed 13-Dec-17 13:43:43

Coat hangers

spiderlight Wed 13-Dec-17 13:44:44

There's no such thing as too many books!

We have far, far, FAR too many toy cars. Over 500 at the last count, and DS will not part with a single one of them.

Littlechocola Wed 13-Dec-17 13:45:10

Clothes

And children

BulletFox Wed 13-Dec-17 13:45:15

So many coat hangers!

BulletFox Wed 13-Dec-17 13:45:30

And children!

CantChoose Wed 13-Dec-17 13:46:56

Everything. So much stuff everywhere. I drives me insane.
I think our scissors must have all come to live at your house though, could I have a couple of pairs back?? grin

ToastyFingers Wed 13-Dec-17 13:47:44

Argh, my house eats coat hangers, send them my way!
We have way too many mugs. People just keep buying them for us, and we really have enough.

ShutUpBaz Wed 13-Dec-17 13:47:44

Books (hundreds), cats (four) and Lego.

EastMidsGPs Wed 13-Dec-17 13:48:31

Bike parts 😠😠
DH is an older aged man clad in Lycra
The plus side is he disappears for hours from under my feet
The down side is all the bloody bike parts he 'needs' and leaves lying about

ToastyFingers Wed 13-Dec-17 13:48:35

We have hundreds of books but i dont believe you can have too many. Our spare room is practically a library.

Consideredintrusion Wed 13-Dec-17 13:51:01

Coats and shoes

doubleshotespresso Wed 13-Dec-17 13:51:15

-Books
-Toys
-Tupperware / ice-cream tubs / containers
-Mugs
-Lamps
-Shoes and jackets
-Papers

SparklyLights Wed 13-Dec-17 13:52:19

Rolls of wrapping paper
Mugs
Toiletries/makeup
Coats
Hangers
“Old” stuff - eg old towels, old bedding, old clothes, old wellies... might come in handy one day (that day rarely comes!)

goingonabearhunt1 Wed 13-Dec-17 13:59:00

I have loads of handcream and moisturiser. I also have loads of books but I don't consider that a problem grin Also loads of different types of tea for some reason!

goingonabearhunt1 Wed 13-Dec-17 14:00:21

sparkly I had loads of old sheets and towels and was able to donate them to a local cat rescue...might be an option? They go through a lot of them I was told.

SpoonfulOfJam Wed 13-Dec-17 14:00:56

Letters. That are too important to go in bin, but not important enough to file away safely.

From my sons school. Telling me something that is months away so must be kept.

So many letters.

sonjadog Wed 13-Dec-17 14:01:00

At the moment - toilet rolls.

Footofthestairs Wed 13-Dec-17 14:09:23

Lego and soft toys. Old toys & clothes to be sorted for charity/selling on. Exercise equipment no-one uses.

SparklyLights Wed 13-Dec-17 14:09:59

Bear hunt - great idea. I will ring around. They would be great for that as although not scrappy, I think they are not perfect enough for charity shop (the odd pull etc). Cats rescue idea is super.

Although I’d have to get someone else to drop them off for me as I’d likely come back with a couple of cats if I go there! (No joking, I really would!)

boysarebackintown2 Wed 13-Dec-17 14:10:43

Mince pies.

ladystarkers Wed 13-Dec-17 14:12:42

Pet hair

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