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>> No. 5619 Anonymous
11th April 2015
Saturday 10:36 am
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I did some clearing this morning and have found anywhere between three and five years worth of printed receipts for petty expenditures. I have two questions.

1) What has my life become?
2) Is there anything useful I should do with these or can I throw them out?
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>> No. 5620 Anonymous
11th April 2015
Saturday 11:34 am
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I was thinking just the other day that I should start storing my receipts properly, in case I ever need to return anything. Most just end up crumpled in my pockets, and occasionally get turned out and scattered around my bedroom floor.

You should really keep a hold of receipts for as long as the warranties on the products last.

If you want to do something useful you could buy a camping stove and burn them to make a cup of tea.
If you're a smoker you could use them to roll your own filters.
That's about all I can think of.
>> No. 5621 Anonymous
11th April 2015
Saturday 1:47 pm
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>roll your own filters

Only if you like inhaling ink fumes... though I guess if you're already inhaling carbon monoxide, hydrogen cyanide and ammonia what's a few ink solvents going to matter?
>> No. 5622 Anonymous
11th April 2015
Saturday 6:24 pm
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My old flatmate used to do it, I often considered pointing out to him that the reason receipts are shiny is because they're coated with BPA, but as you said I decided that would probably be the least of his worries.

The BPA coating on receipts has been suggested as one of the reasons why supermarket checkout staff have such a high cancer risk.

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