September 21, 2023 10:41pm CST
It was a craze with me to collect fridge magnets whenerver I went on tour. There were countless of them and I used to give them away as travel memorabilia. Actually they are meant to hang 'reminders' I have never used them for that purpose but just to remember the holidays I had been to. Today there is not a single fridge magnet stuck there and I do not even know who could have robbed them. Do you still collect them and if so do you hang 'reminders' up there?
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• United States
I only have two magnets on my fridge; one says, "No outfit is complete without dog hair", and the other says " Amazing Grace How Sweet the Sound". One magnet holds up a picture my niece, Amyra, drew. The other holds a newspaper article my late grandmother cut out of the paper and sent me. It is of a Chihuahua in an elf costume, and she thought it looked like my Chihuahua, Annabelle (who has since passed away).
• Bangalore, India
I was crazy the same way and kept collecting them. But then fridge was overloaded with them and triggered my OCD for neatness . I took them out and gave away few and threw away few. Now we have few, but nothing from travel. They are emergency number of hospital, technician number etc. All functional ones
We have a craze for anything on earth We had a craze for casettes and now they are lying idle and then cam CDs same story. Youtube has taken over. The way we collected crockery and cutlery and they again are languishing as we no longer lay tables but food is eaten straight from the buffet table where food is kept. Such is life
• Cagayan De Oro, Philippines
I have many of them at home pasted in our ref and when there is a kid coming at home, expect robbery of them. I had many of them when I went to Auckland and when my nieces spend short vacation at home from UK and Dubai, they bring me fridge magnets.