What can you learn from the contents of someones Junk Drawer? I have no idea. But I'll bet that there are a lot of egg-heads out there who do. I thought it might be somewhat amusing and insightful to let you see the contents of my Junk Drawer.
If you visit someones home you probabaly wouldn't try to do this. You might think about it, but getting caught could be embarrasing. You can always get away with looking in the medicine cabinet, but not the Junk Drawer. Well here's the perfect opportunity...
"Please excuse me, I have to go walk the dog. Make yourself at home, I'll be back in about thirty minutes or so."
O.k. He's gone, let's check it out. Let's see... Bedroom? Nah, this guys a geek. Check the the other room. What did I tell you? A computer. Check the chest of drawers next to the computer. Booyah! Let's see what we've got...
Examine the contents
Look in the drawer
When I first thought of this idea it seemed lame. As if I were running out of things to do. Now that I've had time to think about it, I think it's pretty neat. Something of an experiment in psychology. I wonder how many people will; given the opportunity; open the Junk Drawer. I'll put counters on both pages. So I can see what kind of numbers develop.
It's an intriguing proposition, wouldn't you agree? I wonder what's in the Junk Drawer? Might there be something revealing, something controvercial, something forbidden!? Well, now's your chance. Quickly then, before he comes back..
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Last Updated: Sunday, June 10, 2001
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