Ryan Asplen

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1. Belt

1.1. Cotton

1.1.1. 15 Years After it falls apart i can take the thread and re use it to sew something else

2. Jiu-Jitsu Gi

2.1. Cotton

2.1.1. 2 Years Cut it up and use it as a rag for cleaning off tough grease

3. Lizard Cage

3.1. Sand

3.1.1. 50 years Fill it with dirt and make a terrarium out of it after the lizards die

4. Sugar Glider Cage

4.1. Aluminum

4.1.1. 10-15 Years Use it for another animal after the Sugar Glider dies

5. Desk

5.1. Trees

5.1.1. 100 Years After it has completely fallen apart you could burn it as firewood for a fireplace

6. Sandwich

6.1. Pig

6.1.1. 15 Minutes If i dont eat the whole thing feed the rest to my dogs so it doesn't go in a landfill

7. Cell Phone

7.1. Petroleum

7.1.1. 5 years Do not drop it so the phone doesn't break and won't need to be replaced

8. iPod

8.1. Petroleum

8.1.1. 20 Years Put it in a case so that it won't break if it falls

9. Contacts

9.1. Petroleum

9.1.1. 1 Month Take good care and be sure not to rip them so they can serve their full life

10. Glasses

10.1. Sand

10.1.1. 1-2 Years Take them off before i play sports so they won't get broken

11. Couch

11.1. Cotton

11.1.1. 25 Years Don't plop down on the couch so you won't break it

12. Pocket Knife

12.1. Steel

12.1.1. 20 Years Use it for only cutting stuff so the tip doesn't break

13. Shower

13.1. Copper

13.1.1. 25 Years maintain the shower and keep it clean so the pipes dont break and the shower runs efficiently

14. Ford Flex

14.1. Aluminum

14.1.1. 35 Years Replace the parts not the whole car

15. Plastic Water Bottle

15.1. Petroleum

15.1.1. 1 Day Refill the bottle with water from the sink so i don't keep throwing the bottle away

16. Monitor

16.1. Petroleum

16.1.1. 20 Years Don't touch the screen so it doesn't mess up the picture and cause it to break

17. Batteries

17.1. Lithium

17.1.1. 3 Months Buy rechargable batteries so that you dont have to throw the out, you can just recharge them

18. Heavy Bag

18.1. Cotton

18.1.1. 30 Years Don't hit it too hard and make sure it is mounted right so it doesn't rip

19. Computer

19.1. Aluminum

19.1.1. 15 Years Take it to a professional to get it fixed so it doesn't get thrown away

20. Hoodie

20.1. Cotton

20.1.1. 2-3 Years Wear it until im too big to fit it and then hand it down to a smaller cousin

21. Milk

21.1. Cow

21.1.1. 1 Week Use the jug to store other liquids

22. Flashlight

22.1. Petroleum

22.1.1. 5 Years Replace old batteries so it doesn't get corroded

23. Lanyard

23.1. Cotton

23.1.1. 4 years use it after I graduate from school instead of throwing it out

24. Headphones

24.1. Petroleum

24.1.1. 1-2 Years Don't play music on them too loud so i don't blow the speakers in them

25. Alarm Clock

25.1. Petroleum

25.1.1. 5 Years Do not slam the clock to turn off the alarm

26. Bed

26.1. Cotton

26.1.1. 15 Years Do not jump on it so the springs don't get damaged