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    I am so not matchy.

    I'm like the Honey Badger when it comes to matching stuff - don't care

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    Nothing matches here.

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    I so would love to be a matchy match person but our finances don't allow me to buy sets to match; so everything here is mix and match.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Taffabella View Post
    I so would love to be a matchy match person but our finances don't allow me to buy sets to match; so everything here is mix and match.
    Ditto.

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    I'm a mostly matchy person.

    Cutlery - same set

    Sheets - match

    Towels - I have 3 different colours

    Underwear - I put on what I can find in the pile

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    Quote Originally Posted by babyno1onboard View Post
    This is more of a vent rather than a matchy story but here goes...

    DP cleaned then shower and used a very expensive Sheridan towel to dry the shower screen that he's sprayed with bleach... I didn't buy a replacement towel for the set because it was slightly darker than the ones we had as our had faded a little. The whole set (about $500 worth) was relegated to the pile of mismatched towels we use for drying the dog.
    My husband spilt bleach on one of the Sheridan bath mats we got for our wedding. He then did it to the other one, the next time he cleaned the shower -_-

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ruby_Tuesday15 View Post
    My husband spilt bleach on one of the Sheridan bath mats we got for our wedding. He then did it to the other one, the next time he cleaned the shower -_-
    Ahhhh!!!

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    I like for the sheets to match, I don't care much about anything else. I do have dinner sets, and I like to use matching plates if we have guests, but other times, anything will do. I will always wear matching socks, but not at all bothered about matching underwear. my oldest son is the OCD king of matching. drives us all batty. marie

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    we do not have one thing that matches another in my home

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    Quote Originally Posted by Taffabella View Post
    I so would love to be a matchy match person but our finances don't allow me to buy sets to match; so everything here is mix and match.
    This is us too.

    I also like collecting random coffee cups so we have some that we come from the dinner set and then lots of random ones.


 

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