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Jan 15, 2013 20:29 |  #1
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A shelf in one of our cabinets just gave way and a large number of dishes hit the floor hard. Some of them were extremely cheap. Some others were pretty expensive. I know it broke my wife's heart. Dang cheap cabinets my landlord put up. Anyway here's what part of it looked like. Yes that's a paper plate with catfood in it. And yes that's some Longaberger dishes that were far from being cheap. And my nifty Pizza Hut plastic cups. :) What bugged me is that part of what you see is from our wedding presents which was 37 years ago. We're down to a very few of those left now.

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Jan 16, 2013 08:32 |  #2

what a shame. will the landlord help replace any of this?




  
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Jan 19, 2013 03:20 |  #3
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My wife said she was going to contact him about it. She's been making me fight these battles for 35 years and my ticker is not really up to the task anymore so I'm waiting for her to give it a try. Looks like she's gonna chcken out though so I'll end up finding out. :( ;)




  
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Jan 19, 2013 04:42 |  #4
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My wife said she was going to contact him about it. She's been making me fight these battles for 35 years and my ticker is not really up to the task anymore so I'm waiting for her to give it a try. Looks like she's gonna chcken out though so I'll end up finding out. :( ;)




  
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Jan 19, 2013 10:03 as a reply to  @ Jeff_56's post |  #5

Hopefully you did not find out the hard way the shards from the corelle plates can be especially sharp and nasty. It breaks in a particularly vicious way.


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Yeah we went straight for the broom as soon as I took some photos. I don't mess with any glass really. I've seen it do weird things to people.




  
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