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  • 23rd Nov, 2005 at 10:54 PM

I think kitchen supply stores are now as dangerous as used book stores.

I have just washed a sinkful of new glassware.

Oh dear, oh dear, oh dear.


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24th Nov, 2005 19:17 (UTC)
The Benix at Gare Centrale? Yes, that often calls to me whenever I travel. I am thankful that I don't typically bring new kitchen things to foreign cities. It is also good that they are typically closed whenever I arrive in the city.
24th Nov, 2005 05:19 (UTC)
oh dear indeed!


24th Nov, 2005 06:52 (UTC)
pictures! we demand pictures! :D
24th Nov, 2005 09:13 (UTC)
At least you've graduated and have stable living arrangements. I wonder what to do with my boxes of kitchen stuff when May comes. I know I won't be unpacking most of it when I get back...
24th Nov, 2005 18:52 (UTC)
When I was in co-op I used to move all my stuff back and forth between co-op jobs. This is the normal modus operandi for any student, only I had too much stuff.

I'd cart around a desk, a chair, cookware, dishware, tableware, bakeware, linens, hardware, and boxes upon boxes of books. When I moved to my last co-op term in Montréal, I basically filled a cargo van of my stuff.

I think I have since acquired more. I don't think I'm a packrat...
24th Nov, 2005 09:14 (UTC)
Also I laugh at the female majority of the commenters.
24th Nov, 2005 14:12 (UTC)
I think it's time to knock out one of the walls to make room. :)
24th Nov, 2005 18:44 (UTC)
Yes, I don't think I need that guest room any more.
24th Nov, 2005 19:46 (UTC)
My problem is just the opposite. I still don't have any useful amount of glassware, despite having moved 6 months ago. And I walk past a glassware store every workday. It's sad, really.
24th Nov, 2005 22:47 (UTC)
I don't recommend buying glassware from those people. Their prices are quite ludicrous.
25th Nov, 2005 21:45 (UTC)
Yes, share pictures! When I moved out to my newly single life at age 30, I bought glassware - I wanted clear and colored glass items to be the focal point of my dining, with simple neutral plates, saucers and bowls. I was particularly fond of the mexican glassware. Unfortunately, it was not just heavy but didnt' handle heat/cold cycles real well and all but a couple items are gone now after 10 years.
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