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davebro | 16:43 Tue 30th Nov 2021 | Media & TV
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A bloomin' FOOD MIXER - get real!

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...and was somebody crying over it, telling how it reminded them of their dearly departed relative from last century?
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how long before they take on a busted mobile phone?
It's a bit mean criticising...it meant something to them. It's not just about age or value.
They did a smashing job. saved it from landfill and brought memories back.

I love seeing how everyday things work too.


I have a German food blender from 2970 ish.
Oooops
1970
^Dr.Who brought it back for you, mamy?
Quite possibly ;-)
They are repairing cherished family items -sometimes these things are mundane and perhaps worthless to anyone not connected. I see no difference between a cherished teddy bear and a food mixer - value really does not come into it.
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// I see no difference between a cherished teddy bear and a food mixer //

Nor do I - they are both carp!
> I see no difference between a cherished teddy bear and a food mixer

Try making cake mixture with a cherished teddy bear ...
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I used to cuddle a food mixer - got me where I am today!
I can't help wondering, if these items mean so much to these people why do they let them get into such a state.
Teddy had no say in the house fire.
Over 60 years of being used in a kitchen when appliances weren't all plastic encased.
mamy, I have power tools that age and are still working perfectly, if something means a lot to you you look after it. That bear is just one example, the majority of items have been neglected.
You and I are lucky then, some items break down.
These items may have been inherited and their original owners not aware of how much they meant to other members of the family.
I just don't think some viewers quite get the premise of the programme - I love it.
" “The cynic knows the price of everything and the value of nothing.”
Oscar Wilde

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