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Thread: KFC sides containers

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    Senior Member ShabbyTabby's Avatar
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    I, too, am a container hoarder. I save jars, plastic containers, and any kind of thing you can put something in. My daughter says if I weren't restrained, I would be like some of those on TV!!! I doubt that I would ever get that bad, but I do hate to waste anything reusable.
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    I went through my kitchen and thinned out my plastic collection. My kids are now vegan so we eat out when they come over. I don't need dishes for leftovers. I like plastic shoe boxes for my fabric even though I have heard it may not be good.
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    We don't eat at KFC very often but did about a month ago and yes I saved the 2 we have.

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    found a pic on web



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    Quote Originally Posted by DonnaC View Post
    Well, I don't eat at KFC, but I save every single cute little container I come across... I think I need a 12-step program! You know what other ones are great - the containers that Land O'Lakes butter/margerine comes in. They are plastic and kind of oblong in shape, so they hold lots of different types of items! I also love the little rectangular plastic baby food containers. And the plastic containers that powdered drink mix comes in (the Great Value ones are rectangular, most others are round). See - I told you I need a program to overcome this addiction!
    so happy that I am not the only one fascinated with containers! I am a land o lakes away from the Hoarders show!
    Celia

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    I have some too and use it for pins! They are great to store the small stuff

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    I'm an Altoid mint tin saver... They are the perfect size for pins and they fit bobbins perfectly! I had tried doing the altered Altoid tins where you paint them and glue fabric or paper on them but I didn't like the way they felt when they were done so I'm back to regular Altoid tins - but I think I'm going to spray paint the tops and bottoms of them and then Sharpie or use a label maker to mark what's in them....

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    A Chinese takeaway comes in lovelylastic boxes which many of use in England use to put stuff in. Especially to classes
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