Top 9 Lessons I Learned from "Hoarders"

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#9
Keeping your child’s first curl is precious. Keeping all of your child’s hair is weird.
#8
A pet is a great way to help your child learn responsibility. 20 pets are not, although they will eat your garbage.
#7
Acceptable for living room: Potty chair. Unacceptable for living room: A toilet.
#6
DON'T THROW OUT THAT EGG CARTON I CAN USE IT FOR MY COLLECTION OF LEFTOVER PEEPS or WEEBLE PEOPLE or COMMEMORATIVE GOLF BALLS or HUMPTY DUMPTY FIGURINES
#5
Sure, organizing containers can be pricey, but they're still way less expensive than a total home fumigation.
#4
Hobbies can be great conversation starters, but remember: Not everyone is impressed by mattress collections.
#3
When your daughter starts storing her dolls in heating vents, it’s time for a garage sale.
#2
No, the Beanie Baby market isn't coming back. Did you hoard a time machine that can return you to 1998?
#1
Relatively speaking, my house smells awesome and is clean as sh*t.
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