Are we alone in this?

If you are anything like us here at 97.7/97.3 The Wolf, we have all developed a bit of a problem when it comes to the simple task of simply throwing away containers that some of our favorite foods come in.

Me personally, anytime I order Chinese food from my favorite Hudson Valley Chinese food restaurant, after I get done shoveling it down my throat and going back the next day for leftovers, I can't seem to get myself to throw away the containers that my food came in.

You know the containers I'm talking about, right? These kinda long, black containers that come with the clear plastic lid. I've ordered take out quite a bit since the pandemic started like a lot of people, so my collection of these things is getting borderline out of control.

As I was scrolling around on Facebook the other day, I came across a post from a Hudson Valley woman who also had the same issue as me, she wrote, "WHY IS IT SO HARD TO THROW AWAY CHINESE CONTAINERS AND BASICALLY ANYTHING THAT COMES WITH A LID ...SOUR CREAM CONTAINERS.. RICOTTA CONTAINERS.. THE LIST GOES ON.. ANYONE ELSE HAVE THIS PROBLEM??? I REPEAT HELP!!"

We need help indeed. Are you like us and have a huge stash of these things building in your house right now? Why are these things so hard to part with? Send help our way by calling us or texting us through the Wolf mobile app.

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