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The Five Stages of Tupperware Grief

So you can throw out your food another day

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Dinner’s come to an end, and there’s some food leftover. It may be quinoa or steamed broccoli; perhaps an extra serving of stroganoff. It doesn’t matter how the story begins, though, because it always ends the same.

Stage 1: Denial

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