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   xoxoxoBruce  Tuesday Jan 16 11:24 PM

Jan 17th, 2018: Memento Museum

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When Croatian artists Olinka Vištica and Dražen Grubišic ended their four-year relationship in 2003, they joked about creating a museum to house all their leftover personal items. “We were thinking of how to preserve the beautiful moments we had together and not destroy everything,” Vištica said. Three years later, Grubišic suggested that they do this in earnest, and they created the Museum of Broken Relationships, displaying items left over from breakups around the world.


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A Berlin women donated the ax she’d used to chop up her partner’s furniture after she left her for another woman. “Every day I axed one piece of her furniture. I kept the remains there, as an expression of my inner condition. The more her room filled with chopped furniture acquiring the look of my soul, the better I felt. Two weeks after she left, she came back for the furniture. It was neatly arranged into small heaps and fragments of wood. She took that trash and left my apartment for good. The axe was promoted to a therapy instrument.”
Shit, I could fill a wing if the ladies would give up the loot.

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smjiacjikj09  Wednesday Jan 17 02:20 AM

<3 Amazing



Diaphone Jim  Wednesday Jan 17 12:09 PM

Never having heard of either of these folks, and after yesterday's IOTD, I assumed they were women.
For the other recluses here: Not.
And I guess which name goes with which doesn't make a lot of difference.



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