Salad Spinner

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My sister’s salad spinner

Back in December my wife had finally had it with our huge salad spinner. It wasn’t being used, and it was taking up too much space.

I moved in with my wife in July, and space quickly became an issue as I moved in all my junk. We made several piles destined for the charity shop. The spinner was one of these outcasts.

The night before the exportation of said contraption, Raven–my blogging sister–made this impassioned post about the finest piece of gadgetry she had ever used! Her salad spinner! It was wonderful! It was great! It made life simpler and more effective! It saved money! Get a salad spinner today! Read the blog here… trust me, you’ll be convinced. I was.

I swiftly whisked the salad spinner from the Pile of Doom, and saved it from excommunication to the charity shop.

That was December. This is March. I have used it once. It was inconvenient. It created more dishes to wash. It’s still too large for our kitchen, and our shelf.

It is now consigned to the charity shop. Good-bye.

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Doctor Nogrod gives the salad spinner a 0!

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About doctornogrod

Daniel Cossette is a writer, actor, dancer, and mime originally from CT, USA. He's been writing, producing, and acting in scripts since jr. high. At Mimeistry International, Pasadena, CA he double-majored in Mime and Theology. Afterwards he founded Ambassador Arts and produced the shows Say It Louder! and Christmivest, including all original stories; he danced with Ad Deum Dance Company, Houston, TX, and eventually moved to England where works with Springs Dance Company, and directs Infusion Physical Theatre. He is married to a long time friend from the mime school, and currently resides in Cambridge, England.
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One Response to Salad Spinner

  1. Mom says:

    so, this is a spin off from another blog ; )

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