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Throw them out.

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My DH or I eat the crumbs.  Some interesting ideas here for what to do with them.

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@italia8140 wrote:

Throw them out.


 

The whole bag? I didn't think you bought junk food.

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What I'd like to know is...what does everyone do with those little bits of leftover soap?  :-D

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@humpty dumpty wrote:

 

 

all of the broken potato chips left in the bag after you eat the few that aren't broken?

 

 


i eat them.

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@SaRina wrote:

What I'd like to know is...what does everyone do with those little bits of leftover soap?  :-D


 

 

 

you can save all of your leftover slivers of soap and make another bar or ball.

 

http://www.goodhousekeeping.com/beauty/anti-aging/tips/a18342/recycle-soap/

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@missy1 wrote:

@italia8140 wrote:

Throw them out.


 

The whole bag? I didn't think you bought junk food.


I don't eat chips. My SO eats them, and I throw away the CRUMBS, not the WHOLE BAG.

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I make a fried egg sandwich with mayo, a little mustard and potato chips on bread.  

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Sounds tedious....and greasy.

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@LyndaGee wrote:

Usually  give them to the birds.


That can kill them, and it's not healthy anyway.  

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