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Prompt: Junk Drawer

There is one thing everyone, no mattter how neat has in common. It is the junk drawer, it's contents are often random but sometimes they can say something about the owner. What does mine say about me? Not a lot since it's contents are rarely used even though it is opened often when searching for items that are lost.

So just what is in my junk drawer?


  • A flathead screwdriver
  • Phillips head screwdriver
  • batteries
  • remote 
  • battery chargers
  • threading tape
  • various samples

Looking there is nothing really needed in the junk drawer except the batteries and screwdrivers. So why exactly do I keep a junk drawer? It is the smallest drawer in my kitchen.

What is in your junk drawer? Is any of it useful or merely things that you keep just to keep?

This post is a result of the Month of Prompts from M3.
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