Desk-top Dustbin

A cabinet for the unwanted, but still I’m the most wanted!

I hold immense respect towards people filling me as well those emptying me. But the ones who ignore me just deserve a casual introduction. You see, we’re of the same type.

I carry all your sins. So, show some respect to get it back.

– My little desk-top dustbin

Cheers!

26 Comments Add yours

  1. Wow that’s so cute. And a must needed thing. A desk-top dustbin.

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    1. Anisha says:

      Thank you, Mam. Good to know you liked it. 😊 Indeed, it’s very handy.

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      1. You’re welcome dear

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  2. Sidharth says:

    Woah…! That’s such a cute & convenient way of organizing your desk! Loved the emotional aspect of respect & how you splendidly you expressed that using the desk-top dustbin as a metaphor for that virtue. Kudos to you Anisha, really well done!

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    1. Anisha says:

      I’m very much happy about the deep analysis you’ve made. There are lots of people dumping memories and a few others who relieve us from them. I wanted that to be emotionally connected, and you’ve rightly pointed out the metaphor.

      Thank you very much, Sidharth!

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      1. Sidharth says:

        Pleasure was entirely mine, Anisha. It’s always a joy to read your writings 🙏❤️

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    1. Anisha says:

      Thank you, Jay! ☺

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  3. Hilarious, yet meaningful, Anisha. And that’s a cute little dustbin!
    The ‘we’re of the same type’ part reminded me of the word ‘waste fellow’ 😄

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    1. Anisha says:

      I’m glad that you find the little bin cute. Thank you! It was even more cute in the reference I had seen. It had eyes and mouth. 😄

      😂 Waste fellow was in my thoughts too. We used it quite often at school when a friend’s mind lights up late. In most cases, we’re just like our friends, right? That’s what made me write ‘the same type’ part.

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  4. Dulcy💕 says:

    Very nice and creative 👌

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    1. Anisha says:

      Thank you, Dulcy! 🙂

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  5. HappySoul says:

    I love the use of ‘Same type’ here .. and thanks for another origami idea. 😊that’s a cute dustbin

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    1. Anisha says:

      Haha! I wrote ‘same type’ to add a touch of humour. But, on a serious note, I feel it’s one of the basic social responsibilities and is very much necessary to not neglect bins.

      Thank you, Happy Soul. I’m delighted that you like my little bin. 😊

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      1. HappySoul says:

        It’s a slap with a smile Anisha. Humour and the message, has come out beautifully 😊

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        1. Anisha says:

          😄 As intended! But, it’s a slap only to those who feel it. I’m happy that we’re not in that circle.

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          1. HappySoul says:

            Yesss !!

            By the way I wanted to ask you from long. This blog is by two of you, you mentioned right? Now you managing it alone? Or there are two of you, and I’m addressing you both by the same name 😀

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            1. Anisha says:

              Yeah, this blog has 2 authors and her name is Anjana (she writes as Anj00). She isn’t regular, and yeah, it’s me who’s managing now. Her last post was in June. It’s me, Anisha, speaking to you everyday, and so you aren’t addressing both by the same name. 😀

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              1. HappySoul says:

                Ooo ok 😊🙌doubt clarified

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  6. Do you make these origami items?

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    1. Anisha says:

      Yeah, Rashmi. I make them when bored, only with references though. ☺

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      1. Wow, it’s nice though!

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        1. Anisha says:

          Thank you! 😃

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