If I remember well, I had only one autograph in my life: Uri Geller's. I was a big fan of his; I was waiting in the queue for ages to get his autograph. But I was a teenager then, OK? I read his books and I loved them. I wanted to believe in paranormal activities and he was a great and suggestive writer. I am so sure you know him: the guy who can bend the spoon. Later I learned that he was a great showman and magician and does not possess paranormal powers. I gave my autograph book away, it is in my hometown's library now.
Oh, it is me. Sometimes I think I am the biggest "pack rat" in the world. I can't throw anything away. It might be good for something. Boxes, bottles, outgrown or damaged clothes, shoes, useless household appliances, I keep all of them. I mean I used to keep them in Hungary. I had space enough in my house (big cupboards), but before I moved here I had to bin them all. And I was heartbroken. Seriously! But keeping your diaries is not a bad thing, you can find some good memories inside them. My diaries were full of bad memories, so it didn't bother me that I had to bin them. Sometimes you have to start a new chapter in your life. I did it. And so I started to collect new stuff. :)
Q0022: How many discount or savings coupons do you clip in an average month? How many expire before you use them?
I don't have any discount or saving coupons at all. I don't even have any club cards or membership cards. I don't like them. I don't use them. I don't collect points because I can't see the point. You have to buy a lot of things and spend a lot of money for nothing.