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Condiment collection

Posted July 22, 2008

People collect all kinds of things.  I dabble in a few areas of collecting, but nothing serious.  I once tried to collect microphone flags.  Those are the little logo cubes you see on TV microphones.  They're entirely too expensive.  I reached a "why-am-I-doing-this?" point, and I sold them all.

In the end, I'm just a packrat.  There is no categorization or specialty.  I just keep piles of everything and throw them in the attic. One day, the ceiling is going to collapse over my bedroom, and I'm going to be buried in junk.  You'll hear about it on the 6:00 news. 

Well, they may put that in the 5:30.

Anyway, this collection is unique.  Condiment packs. 

It's one thing to collect condiment packs, but to photograph them all, categorize them and post them on the Web is a giant leap for mankind.


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  • prpoovey Jul 22, 2008

    Ohhhhh! Con-di-ments!
    Merciful heavens! I thought for a moment ...! Sigh!

  • PAINFREE Jul 22, 2008

    Seems like someone doesn't have enough to do! Or maybe they got tired of closing the glove compartment door on packs of condiments saved there for use later.

  • cbarnett Jul 22, 2008

    Have you counted them?

  • owlady Jul 22, 2008

    Brian, sorry, My brother-in-law spells his name with a "Y".

    Have a good day.

  • owlady Jul 22, 2008

    That's hilarious, Bryan. Just what is the shelf life of a condiment packet?

    Now, if we could convince ketchup makers to package it in those, easy to open, plastic containers like the other dipping sauces? Ah...

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