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Old 05-09-2018, 03:20 PM   #1
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Crazy or just anal

As I was repackaging my TPMS System back intp the original packaging to keep it until I use it made me ponder something. Am I the only one out there that repacks everything back into its original box until that box falls apart?
I purchased a fan to set up outside on the hot days. When I pack it up it goes back into the bubble wrap and box I purchased it in. As you already know I do the same with my TPMS System. I also put the same bubble wrap around the my power supply protector and put it back in the box it came in. I bought an external speaker for the t.v. and yes back into the bubble wrap amd original box. The number of items I do this with are endless. Obviuosly I cant do this with everything I buy but when I can I will.
Am I nuts? Is this normal behavior? Do I need to worry that my wife will have me comitted? Does anyone else do this?
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Old 05-09-2018, 03:33 PM   #2
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I do stuff like that too. It shows we take care of things.
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Dang I'm glad I'm not the only one. I was beginning to wonder LOL
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As I was repackaging my TPMS System back intp the original packaging to keep it until I use it made me ponder something. Am I the only one out there that repacks everything back into its original box until that box falls apart?
I purchased a fan to set up outside on the hot days. When I pack it up it goes back into the bubble wrap and box I purchased it in. As you already know I do the same with my TPMS System. I also put the same bubble wrap around the my power supply protector and put it back in the box it came in. I bought an external speaker for the t.v. and yes back into the bubble wrap amd original box. The number of items I do this with are endless. Obviuosly I cant do this with everything I buy but when I can I will.
Am I nuts? Is this normal behavior? Do I need to worry that my wife will have me comitted? Does anyone else do this?
If she does we can all be witness's.
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Old 05-09-2018, 04:54 PM   #5
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Yep, do the same thing. That way all the instructions and stuff are all together should I have questions next time I use the item.
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OCD has more than one meaning. Obsessive Camping Disorder is what I have.

I don't store the stuff but I do keep the boxes even long after the item is done for and disposed of.
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I do the same.
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I only keep the boxes until the return period/warranty expires.

I’m sorry..............I’m so ashamed.......

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I only keep the boxes until the return period/warranty expires.

Iím sorry..............Iím so ashamed.......

Don't apologize for being normal! My attic should drop them down when the warranty expires.
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Don't apologize for being normal! My attic should drop them down when the warranty expires.
Ahh yes the attic. I don't bother thinkin about changing the insulation out becaue I have enough boxes up there to insulate the ceiling. I found boxes for something I disposed of years ago as well. It's one of those places in the home that I don't care to visit. I've even contemplated putting the Christmas decorations somewhere else so I never have to open that access door.
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