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    I switch from both
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    Definitely a MINIMALIST. Drives my poor InTP husband bonkers...I throw shit away - he takes it out again!!!!! He questions me every time I throw something away. I want to just kick his byte when he's like that.
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    I'd say hoarder. I find a lot of things unique, interesting, or inspirational, and I tend to surround myself in things that I like. I do have spurts of "I don't really need any of this stuff... or I don't like this anymore.." sort of things, where I give away, sell, minimize, etc. But I can't say I'm a minimalist when my room is neatly compacted with anything and everything.

    Seriously, who else but me needs a mint-condition copy of Hero's Quest?
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    hoarder I swear everytime I throw something out because I don't think I'll ever use it, it's exactly what I need. and it's annoying to realize if you had saved that you would be set but nooo now you have to drag your ass to the store.
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    i dunno what else to say so

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    Quote Originally Posted by kyuuei View Post

    Seriously, who else but me needs a mint-condition copy of Hero's Quest?
    There's one in my family. I used to love that game. Woot, the Dwarf!
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    Quote Originally Posted by prplchknz View Post
    hoarder I swear everytime I throw something out because I don't think I'll ever use it, it's exactly what I need. and it's annoying to realize if you had saved that you would be set but nooo now you have to drag your ass to the store.
    Same. When I moved I adopted a zero tolerence military operation (well, almost) and got rid of a few things that would be handy.
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    I voted 'hoarder' but I don't really think of myself as one. My space is quite cluttered, and I've got tons of old crap I don't need anymore, but that's more because I don't care enough about having a neat space to do anything about it. It's not that I intentionally hold onto things or have a sentimental attachment to old stuff.

    An exception is books. If I read a book I like, I want to keep it. I want to read the parts I that engaged me over and over, to have them available. I've been that way since I was a child, and my mother never understood it. She'd always say, "You've already read them. What do you need them around for?" And I don't understand why people would get rid of books they like. I can't imagine not having a shelf full of them.

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