If someone went through your Trash, what would it reveal about you?
That's a scary thought. I would hope it would reveal that I recycle since none of the recycle items would be in my trash It would also reveal I use everything down to the last crumb or drop...waste not want not. Lastly there would be no papers as I shred and recycle those too.
They would discover I have kids, and drink too much coffee . I also recycle, so there's really not a lot of trash in there except for the disposable diapers my husband insists on. We also eat all our food, so there's not even any leftovers in there.
Why does it not surprise me that Tillie has even her TRASH down to an art form? Far too much talent in one woman!
My trash would tell people a whole lot about me, but nothing incriminating, and surely no pertinent data they could use to steal my identity......I don't think.
However, should someone ever choose to be ME, I'm quite confident they'd return all paperwork to my Trash, along with a note, advising me to shred, burn and bury all trash rather than place it on a public curb. And they would be right!..........LMAO
Far too much talent, wasted on one woman! Glad to hear that you have no intention of sharing your identity with others. Thanks for the comment fpherj49
I can only add Dear Paula, it takes one to know one and you're the one...yes I remember things from childhood.
Empty soda cans, hoopeless dishrags, broken hangers and stuff, and inedible food, among others. But not books. We DON'T throw away books.
That we drink too much diet soda, and use too many paper towels. I shred or burn the important stuff.
Well, my trash is pretty much junk mail, so I hope they find that I am frugal in reusing items around the house, or recyling. I only wish I had a trash compactor so that I could further decrease my trash items.
In my garbage trash are the empty food wrappings and containers which are 'trash'. Plus used tissues and other items which can no longer be used. Otherwise I reuse them as long as possible. Oh and shredded items made as small as possible.
In the recycle-able trash are (glass and plastic) containers and sheets of paper/cardboard and empty boxes - broken down.
Well, it will reflect that I am an organized person. Taking care of my home is something that I love to do. I always make sure that everything is in order. I also do constant home renovations and make sure that I pick only the best materials.
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Hmmm, interesting question. Picky eaters mean leftovers get thrown out, and too much Red Bull and junk mail!
Thought provoking indeed. It does make one take a good harlook at ourselves - picky eaters - more about those eating or more about the one doing the cooking! Red Bull - something in need of a pick me up during the long hours of writing on HubPages.
That I throw lots of stuff away. It would say no I don't save things or horde . They would also discover I am very careful about my identity and there will be nothing with my name address phone number or sensitive information for them to use to become me.
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