<em>What is the oldest gadget you have in your home? Does it still work?</em>

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What is the oldest gadget you have in your home? Does it still work?

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The old can crusher on my garage wall. I've removed it from previous residences and always installed it at the current address. (I think this one is permanent.) (a)

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JanHaskell JanHaskell

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Flour sifter

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VooDooYoo VooDooYoo

Plenty actually, I recently learned that most of the plates and utensils in my grandma's house are more than twice as older than me, some of them twice older than my dad. And sweet lord what the hell is that thing, tell me its some sort of squasher.

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Sunny_the_skeptic Sunny_the_skeptic

I have an icepick that is quite old.

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StarzAbove StarzAbove

I have sime very old tools.

But gadgets?
A hamilton beach malt mixer from the fifties. An ostersizer blender from the sixties. Both belonged to my mother. I use them, most often the blender.

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Carla Carla

The oldest thing I have in my home (not a gadget) is a 20 year old alarm clock.

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SynysterGates SynysterGates

That would probably be a 12 gauge shotgun, that was for my grandpa..

Does it still work?....I don't think it's safe to find out..

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DandyDon DandyDon

An antique hand pump just like this one my dads father had it works great I still use myself.

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Metal_god14

I have a blender that belonged to my gram. I think it's a least 40 years old.

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MonaLea

My pecker.

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azlotto azlotto

In response to “My pecker.

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Tiffanee Tiffanee OP

In response to “My pecker.

But, does it still work?

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Flrdsgns Flrdsgns

In response to “But, does it still work?

Lol.

"My d!ck gets hard if the wind blows."

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azlotto azlotto

In response to “My pecker.

(hehe)

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primeiro primeiro

In response to “My pecker.

(maniac)(maniac)(maniac)

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SynysterGates SynysterGates

Hmm... Probably the fan that is blowing wind at me right now. I think it's 20+ years old.
Yep, it still works (although it's been repaired more than once).

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primeiro primeiro

The old can crusher on my garage wall. I've removed it from previous residences and always installed it at the current address. (I think this one is permanent.) (a)

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JanHaskell JanHaskell

There's mincer from the 1950s which my parents owned

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Blewynanifail Blewynanifail

An old meat grinder. Still works too. Just found it recently as I was packing things to move.

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Rooster Rooster

My dad has a 1930s radio that works just fine. It has been repaired since then, but its original parts are still there.

I have an electric fan from 1940 that doesn't seem like it's ever been worked on. It does function but it causes my entire desk to shake when I turn it on due to the unevenness of the blades, so it's mostly just decorative.

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Thibault Thibault

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Would be a cool decoration. Excuse the pun.

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MonaLea

the old dell computer in my attic

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