This post is for my writing friend, Tracy (owner of the very large rucksack and long-suffering companion at the WW workshop). We were sharing tea and a chat at another writing friend's house, yesterday and the conversation moved on from writing to other things - namely, the existence of The Man Drawer.
If you haven't seen it before, I plead with you to watch this famous Michael McIntyre clip on Youtube - it is so accurate.
If you can't be bothered to watch the clip (though you'll be missing a treat if you don't) I will fill you in. 'The Man Drawer', as Michael says, 'is the man's little zone in the house and they fill it with things they think they need'. There will be light bulbs, batteries, instructions for things you don't own any more and keys for houses you no longer have.
The picture at the top of the post, is my husbands Man Drawer and I'm sure he won't mind me showing you it. I had a look to see if there were any of the above objects hidden away in it, and this is what I found...
.... evidence that the contents of The Man Drawer are standard and universal.
Then I decided to see what the strangest object was in the drawer and I found this.... any ideas anyone?
Tracy's husband has a man drawer and I bet your husband/partner does too... I dare you to look in it an share with us the contents.