In addition to the emotional baggage an ex-lover leaves behind after a breakup, they typically leave their literal stuff scattered across your apartment. Instead of being forced to remember happier times, a new startup is offering to remove or store anything that reminds you of your ex (h/t apartment therapy). The company “ExBox” will send a box to your apartment, ready to be filled with your former sweetheart’s junk.
ExBox is the brainchild of MakeSpace, a storage service that picks up, stores and delivers belongings on demand. According to their website, ExBox exists because “break-ups suck and no wants to be reminded of that.”
The service requires some basic information, including a ranking of “just how awful” they were, ranging from a 1 (barely knew their name) to a 10 (we were going to get married). Then, users need to check all items that apply, from clothes and beds to instruments and appliances.
A representative calls to complete the order and to schedule a pick up of the baggage. ExBox will store the memories away for a least three months. Find more on how to forget your ex here.
[Via apartment therapy]
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