What Should Thom Do With the 300-plus Altoids Tins In His Office? [VIDEO]
I didn't MEAN for it to happen. It just did.
For as long as I can remember, I've been a huge fan of not only Altoids, but the tins in which they’re packaged. And for some reason, I can’t get myself to throw them away. In fact, there are now more than three hundred of them on this shelf in my office.
Am I a hoarder? No. It just seems like there must be SOME creative way to recycle them. Sure, you can use ‘em to hold spare change, paper clips, guitar picks, whatever … but I’m looking for something REALLY clever. Any ideas? Leave one in the comment section below!
Oh, and please don’t suggest that I go to Pinterest. I don’t do Pinterest. For the same reason I don’t watch the Lifetime Network: Just too chicky for me. In fact, one of my male Facebook friends recently “liked” something on Pinterest, and he’s dead to me now.
Now if you’ll excuse me, I have to go freshen my breath. But, before I do, here's one thing we decided to do with some of those tins: