Dollar Shave Club Suspects That I Have A Funky Bathroom - 5 Prehistoric Spring Cleaning Finds

Dollar Shave Club Suspects That I Have A Funky Bathroom - 5 Prehistoric Spring Cleaning Finds

PTDBCs Samples Drawer

4.  Nail Polish - This is my nail polish collection (peeking out from under the nail kit).  I am a nail biter, so other than brief spurts of trying to grow my nails, I have no use for nail polish.  When I try to throw it away, I start calculating "$8 per O.P.I. bottle, times all the bottles equals...well 8 is one of those numbers like 7 that I have a hard time multiplying... but its a lot"  so I keep them in my drawer and make good use of them sitting there.  For that reason, my polish collection is mostly consisting of polish that has turned into some sort of strong smelling clumpy goo whose little mixer ball bearings are stuck in the sludge of the  bottles interior like a fly in honey.  Poor ball bearings.

PTDBCs Nailpolish

5.  Shoe Polish Kit - This find was under my husband's cabinet.  I had to study it for a while to even know what it was.  I recall seeing something like this as a small child, but I didn't know people still had them and I'm pretty sure I have NEVER seen my husband use it.  As minimalist as he claims to be, I'm pretty sure if his shoe was scuffed he would deem it worthy of a trip to Kenneth Cole for new shoes, not a reason to get his shoe shine on.  Don't we just use Sharpies to 'polish' our shoes now anyway?  For this reason, I conclude that this too is a prehistoric bathroom find and submit it to the  Society for preservation of caveman master bath tools.

Shoe Polish Kit

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Cheers,

Susan Maccarelli

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