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    Ours is a huge mess too. I tidy it occasionally, but it never stays that way because DH and the kids unpack the dishwasher most of the time.

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    Default Kitchen Confessional: The Plastics Cupboard

    My guilt secret is lurking behind cupboard door #3 where the baking tins live.

    I love baking but now I have so many really specific tins and trays (maybe 20ish? Or more?) some old school metal ones and some wobbly silicone ones, novelty shapes and sizes etc. NONE of them stack nicely and they make a freaking racket when they all come tumbling out!
    And yes DH, I DO need them all, and NO they are NOT the same despite how it may appear to your untrained eye!

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    Skullduggery...my cupboard is the same!

    I have lids that have no container, containers that have lost their lid...just a nightmare

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    Default Kitchen Confessional: The Plastics Cupboard

    Quote Originally Posted by sparklebug View Post
    Yes, mine is a nightmare, at first glance you think it's ok, but then you reach in to grab something- nightmare!
    Jealous at some of your tupperware need to update some of mine

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    Default Kitchen Confessional: The Plastics Cupboard

    Quote Originally Posted by Jellyfishie View Post
    My guilt secret is lurking behind cupboard door #3 where the baking tins live.

    I love baking but now I have so many really specific tins and trays (maybe 20ish? Or more?) some old school metal ones and some wobbly silicone ones, novelty shapes and sizes etc. NONE of them stack nicely and they make a freaking racket when they all come tumbling out!
    And yes DH, I DO need them all, and NO they are NOT the same despite how it may appear to your untrained eye!
    Haha my baking tins are the same - even if I just take out the tin that is on top, I have 10 others that tumble out with it, every time, without fail!

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    Default Kitchen Confessional: The Plastics Cupboard

    I cleaned mine out the other day, this is actually good for me (won't last)...
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    Default Kitchen Confessional: The Plastics Cupboard

    Quote Originally Posted by bunkx View Post
    Jealous at some of your tupperware need to update some of mine
    I am a recovering Tupperware addict


 

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