These Things Just Never Die! (21 PICS)

Posted in PICTURES       3 Aug 2020       2348       4

“I bought a pair of Timberland Pro boots. They turned out to be too small and their customer service offered to replace them with a bigger size for free. This is what came in the mail.”
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“This used to wake me up for school in the 5th grade. I’m 39 now.”
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“This rice maker was a gift for our wedding. Just had our 25th anniversary, and it is still going strong... we use it 2-3 times a week.”
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“Original Game Boy, still works like a charm.”

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“This oak chest has been with my family since 1682. The lock is still working.”
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“Bought this 1967 camera for fun, for about $15. Works surprisingly well. Beautiful colors.”
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“I have been wearing these boots for 20 years.”
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“My grandma got this carpet sweep in the early 1960s. She gave it to me when I moved into my first apartment. I love this thing, it works like a charm.”
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“Sure, it’s not totally safe, but my table fan has been going strong for over 70 years.”
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“You guys might like my 1920s-1930s stove with 6 burners, 2 ovens, and a bread warmer.”
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“This mixer has been going strong since the 1970s.”
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“My Gillette adjustable safety razor. Likely from the 1960s or earlier. 10 pack of blades costs about $2 USD. Shaves smoother than any other razor I’ve ever tried.”
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“This kitchen stove was made in the 1920s. It requires some minor TLC tasks, otherwise works great and will be great for baking!”
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“This pasta machine from 1964 still looks like new.”
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“Trek bicycle I purchased in 1998. It’s been through hell and still going strong.”
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“30 years I’ve had this beauty. She has a lot of miles on her. It will be a sad day when she stops working.”
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“My dad still uses my grandpa’s radial saw from 1957 (I think). It’s installed on a workbench that my grandpa made as well.”
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“1972 Matchbox Super King, played with this endlessly as a child, my children have played with it, and now they have outgrown it. I will be packing it away for the next generation to play with.”
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“30 years ago, I received this as a gift from my grandparents. Today, I get to pass it on to my son.”
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“My great grandfather’s desk from 1922 that I am still using”
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“The only thing that survived my great grandma’s house fire in the 1920s is still used regularly in my parents’ kitchen.”
21 These Things Just Never Die!


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Myra 6 month s ago
#18 my kids are 2 and 4 and we only get a lot of plastic toys which last a few months. U buy it to throw it away. Hate this so much!
       
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Tanafra 6 month s ago
back when things where made to last.
       
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Lem 6 month s ago
I'll bet there's a Chinese version of this, too, but it's measured in months instead.
       
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Gretchen 6 month s ago
ah yes toys from the good old days when things were built to last. Now we are the throw away generation. Sad really
       
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