Jill: I think we should get a new set of juice glasses – most of ours are chipped and none of them match.
Lill: Sounds like a plan – I like new things.
Jill: We should start by going through the cupboard and deciding what to donate or toss.
Lill: I’m with you, let’s do it!
Jill: What about these?
Lill: Those are Darren’s – he likes to use them when he visits and I’m not giving them back until he replaces my Doctor Who mug.
Jill: K, what about this one?
Lill: Keep that for sure – I got it at this sketchy kitchen/military surplus shop in Germany.
Jill: *Sigh* And these?
Lill: You actually WANT to get rid of the limited edition circa 1989 Smurfs glasses? I grew up with those things!
Jill: *Grumble* Well what can I donate?
Lill: Hmmm…these…this…and definitely that.
Jill: *Crosses arms* Those are all mine.
Lill: *Shrugs shoulders* Well you asked.
Jill: Right then, I’ll get a new set of juice glasses and you can be the psychotic hoarder of absurd things with unreasonably ascribed sentimental value.
Lill: *Raises eyebrow* Why stop at juice glass purging when we can move on to decorative towels, candle art, nesting bowls, those HIDEOUS wicker balls, and your collection of coasters from around the world?
Jill: Oh, but none of that is functional so it’s fine to stay.
Lill: If I don’t get you married and out of here soon I may have to start cutting myself.
Jill: Hmph, well you’ve got a ready supply of chipped and broken glassware at your disposal.