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Take that crumb tray to a fortune teller. They could probably predict your future just as easily from that as they claim to do from your tea leaves.

Charles Edward Frith



i think there is real beauty in the remains of the plate, so to speak -- I actually started tracking "clean plates" recently @ rubbernecker.typepad.com/cleanplate though i've learned from others that the feeling isn't as great toward a clean plate unless you are the eater of the plate...otherwise it just looks unappealing and 'wrong' -- time to do dishes, get on to something else, etc. vs a reminder of what came just before. interesting that even the mundane elicit different reactions depending on your relationship to it.

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