All Mine – 5 Things Tri-State Residents Just Won’t Share
I'll assume that you and I were both raised the same way when it comes to sharing. If we have something someone else doesn't have, then we should be nice and offer them some of it. When we're kids that usually means a toy we're playing with, or a treat we're enjoying. When we're adults the treats are usually some type of alcohol, and the toys are much, much bigger, because sharing is caring, right? Right. But, like every rule, sharing has its exceptions.
I'm not saying we shouldn't share. We absolutely should when we have the ability to. But, if there's anything the COVID-19 pandemic, and 2020 taught us, it's that self-care is super important, and sometimes that means enjoying certain things that make you happy all by yourself.
Earlier this week, we asked you to tell us one thing that you absolutely, positively, will not share with anybody. At the end of the day, these were the five categories with the most mentions.
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Other responses included phone chargers and books, because the chances of you getting either of them back is slim, as well as money, the remote control, pillows, and your passwords.