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  1. #21
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    Minimalist. Out with the old, in with the new, with love.

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    I only hoard potentially useful things. Which is pretty much everything. You should see the back two rooms of the house, or open any drawer.

    My dad was an even bigger hoarder than me. He used to keep bits of wood and plastic, because he had plans for them down the road. I used to be worse, but have disciplined myself to throw away small portions of my valuable, interesting, and potentially useful junk collection.

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    Minimalist, I have no emotional attachment to objects and only keep the ones that have some use to me. Even as a boy I used to go through periodic purges of belongings. My parents kept my school yearbooks because I said I was going to throw them away lol.

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    Minimalist. I do keep that in check though. I like no..have to be organized but I am fine with some kid stuff around and don't get anal about a bit of mess/clutter. Just not for too long and not too much. I think it comes from having been married to a hoarder. I tried watching the show but it made me think of my ex-MIL and I had to turn it off.
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    Definitely a minimalist.

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    I usually hoard useless scraps of little pieces of life, books, broken objects and all that forgotten stuff most people throw away instead of leaving on the floor/table/bed. I also have a habit of taking interesting found objects and putting in random drawers/ surfaces. Then after several months, usually seasonal (and caffeine driven), I get trash bags, and throw everything out. Then possibly rearrange the furniture. Then the hoarding begins again. Cyclical hoarding.

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    minimalist: i have the clothes on my back, head full of ideas and a pocketful of change and im living the dream.

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    Hoarder. I am coping by keeping new things from entering my room.

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    I am a hoarder, epecially when i comes to books. But I horad everthing. I still have 10 y.o. computers that I rarely use around...and have clothes that I had 16 years ago still around (but I still wear them).

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    Quote Originally Posted by ygolo View Post
    I am a hoarder, epecially when i comes to books. But I horad everthing. I still have 10 y.o. computers that I rarely use around...and have clothes that I had 16 years ago still around (but I still wear them).
    I hoard books too. I have no space for them and they're stacked in piles lining the walls. I found this one at a train station!


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