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Some of these are just pathetic. Really.

#13 is crazy - why on earth would you waste a perfectly edible piece of food when you can use a slightly dampened paper towel to pick up the tiny glass shards, shake it out, and then put it in your compost or recycle bin.

For #6, that's what that part is actually there for. Anyone who has ever actually read the directions would KNOW that, LOL!

#4 - those are plastic SHOPPING bags, LOL, not garbage bags! And yes, they split badly, so I never use them. I always use reusable grocery bags for groceries. Canvas ones are my favorite. I also have some I've either made myself, or got from others that have made them from recycled animal food bags - the plastic-y type will make a really strong grocer bag, and can be cute as *bleep* with the kittens, chicks, bunnies or other baby animals on them!

For #3, why would you waste eggshells for that, when there are so many actually good things to use them for? Use them when planting seedlings in your garden, to help feed them, or sprinkle them around the new plants to convince borers, cutworms, and other beasties to find their snacks elsewhere. You can also bake them, crush them up, and add them to your own diet to get calcium for strong bones. Or, if you happen to have backyard chickens those eggshells came from, feed them back to your hens, to give THEM calcium, to keep them from having deficiency problems. And that's just a few of the things you can do with eggshells, rather than dumping them down the drain to clog up your city's sewer system or your own septic system.
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