Do you have a junk drawer at your house?
According to Wiktonary, a junk drawer is defined as a drawer designated for the storage of various miscellaneous, small, occasionally useful items of little value.
I think most people reading this right now have that one drawer, most likely in the kitchen, that is home to all different kinds of things. I know that at my place one of the first things I did when I moved in was designate a drawer for all of my junk. You know, a place for loose batteries, pens, tape, any random screw that I find on the floor and so much more.
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According to NPR, you can tell a lot about someone by sneaking a look into their junk drawer. Here are some of the most common things you will find in most drawers....
Frequently used tools like scissors, bag clips, magnets, pens and tape.
Small objects like safety pins, thumbtacks and toothpicks.
Receipts and spare change.
Ointments, aspirin, Band-Aids, antacids.
Scratched-up sunglasses, frequent shopper cards.