"Not my parents, but my great-grandmother. She had a stroke in her eighties and died in a nursing home not long after. She led a very... let's call it a vibrant life. She traveled extensively and had all sorts of fascinating things scattered around. When her house was being cleaned up to be sold, my grandmother (her daughter) found a voodoo doll. The crotch was full of vicious-looking rusted pins, and it was at full capacity. No idea how she jammed all of those pins in there, or who she wished rusty crotch-death upon. We never found out" (Source).
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"My father had Parkinson's disease for 42 years. He couldn't roll socks, so he only wore a pair of socks once and bought new ones. However, he never threw out any of the old socks. I found 250 pounds of socks, about 2000 pairs, in the house when he died. Not a single pair had been washed. I got the bright idea of tossing them into the washer for using them again. Most of them, certainly those that were likely 40 or 50 years old, just fell apart into lint" (Source).
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