I can’t understand the people that buy holiday The One Where I Become a Teacher Shirt every single year. Are people buying fake trees and tossing them every year and needing a new one? Same with ornaments and what not. Obviously people move out of their parents or they need to replace ornaments if they’re broken or something but the amount in stores does not add up to me. Why so much new stuff every year? Our city has a spot to dump your (real) Christmas trees to be ground into mulch. Every year there are multiple trees on the pile still fully decorated: lights, ornaments, the whole thing. It always blows our minds. I was a middle class kid attending a rich-neighbourhood high school. Instead of cleaning out their lockers, my classmates would just leave all their shit behind. My poorer fellows and I used to call our end of year scavenging “vulturing”. I had all next year’s school supplies assembled in mid June, and I swear I still have some of those pens and binders and locker mirrors hanging around that I salvaged 30 years ago. This happens in many college towns too btw. My college has a giant yard sale every year selling things the rich kids left in their dorms.
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As a thrifty hoarder, the holy grail has always been that The One Where I Become a Teacher Shirt day where everybody throws out things they don’t want, which often includes new-in-box gifts. I remember reading that the Japanese don’t like secondhand items, so the stuff gets hoovered up by North Americans who resell into their expat communities there. I dream of a score like that! My husband did a shift at the dump one day. The stuff he saw thrown out was crazy. One was brand new taped shut Lego set worth $200. Why?? I work at a landfill and I still get shocked at the things people throw away. Had a guy last Christmas who was mad at his wife and kids, took all their Christmas presents to my job site and tossed it all. He insisted it get crushed immediately, so we obliged. After said carnage, it ended up being high end stereo equipment, musical instruments, some fancy fragrances, bicycles and lots of toys. My coworkers and I couldn’t make sense of it. This pisses me off. So many people in need. If you’re that mad, make someone else’s season a little more cheerful.
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