121. This kitchen scale.
Stopped working just a few months after I got it. Actually, it still weighs, but it’s wildly inaccurate (it might register that a cup of rice weighs four pounds) and there is no way to re-set it. Junk.
122. This empty tin.
Remember when this brand of watches was popular? They came retro-inspired tins like this one. I still have the watch, too.
123. This heart.
I’m just not a plastic huggy-heart type of guy.
124-125. These bookmarks.
I made these bookmarks from clip-art way back in 1991.
126. This cellphone.
I checked the trade-in value of this iPhone 3, and it is currently less than $5. My time is worth more than what it would take for me to pack it up and send it in.
127. This cellphone cover.
128. This film camera.
This is a Lomo “ColorSplash” 35mm camera. It has a rotating filter that covers the flash, so you can add a pop of color to your photos. I’m sure some of these are still in use (just not by me.)
129-135. These plastic clownfishes
Wow, did I have a thing for fish in the 1980s – 1990s. They’re cute, but I have no use for them anymore. (Enough clowns in my life as it is.)
136. This red hippo.
This was a sample from a trade show.