Mornings with Dave & Jen

What Women Throw Away
What Women Throw Away

Guys…can’t find your favorite T from college?

Chances are your lady friend DITCHED it!

Here are the top 10 things men own that women LOVE to throw away from Female First:

1.  Clothes

2.  Magazine collections…(yes, those kind, too!)

3.  Old hobby stuff, like model airplanes

4.  Old CDs and DVDs she doesn’t like

5.  Your sofa when you first move in together, because her sofa is nicer even though it’s not nearly as comfortable

6.  Sports memorabilia

7.  Artwork she doesn’t like

8.  Your ripped-up, old computer chair

9.  Your sound system, because it takes up too much space

10.  Weights or any fitness equipment you never use

If she’s moving in, expect to downsize, gentlemen…where’s she gonna put HER stuff? ;-)

D&J

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