On a scale of 1 to 10 (1 not at all - 10 total clutterfreak), how much of a pack rat are you?
Mean: 6.27 Median: 7 Std. Dev 2.32
When considering what to throw out/give to Goodwill, what's the gauge against which you judge what stays and what goes?
If I haven't used it in x months, it's out the door.
If I have not used it in x months but can predict use within n months, it stays.
If I have not used it in x months and cannot predict use within n months, but it retains sentimential value, it stays.
Choosing amongst clutter is like trying to choose one's favorite child. It ain't gonna happen.
On a scale of 1 to 10 (1 being no chance in hell - 10 I'm pretty damn sure), what are the chances that you have a foodstuff in your home that has passed its expiration date?
Mean: 8.03 Median: 9 Std. Dev 2.85
1 week after opening the container
On the Sell By Date
1 week after the Sell By Date
When it starts to stink
If you squeeze a 2-liter soda bottle down before putting the cap on, it will stay freshly carbonated longer.
Which of these snacks are better when they're a little stale?
Gummy Candies (including Bears, etc. as well as Sour Patch Kids and Sweedish Fish)
Other (in comments)
They say you're supposed to change that box of baking soda in your fridge once every three months.
Done and done. Change date written on the box and everything.
Heh. Okay. I'll get right on that. The damn thing is in there, what more do you want from me?
How many ice cube trays do you have in your freezer?
Mean: 2.87 Median: 2 Std. Dev 2.36
Do you have an ice cube bucket?
If yes, when do you crack more ice into the bucket?
Unless it's already full, as soon as I notice the trays are frozen.
When the bucket gets down to under 1/3 capacity.
After I use the last cube.
You put an ice cube tray back in the freezer with one goddamn cube left in it. Explain yourself, you rude sack of shit.
And to end on a more pleasant note: