If I really tried the Marie Kondo method of decluttering by getting rid of anything in my house that doesn’t spark joy I’d end up only left with my dogs, my phone and a large bottle of gin.— Amanda (@Pandamoanimum) January 18, 2019
Marie Kondō’s method really has been magical. I’m ridding my home of anything that doesn’t “spark joy.”— Ms. Havisham (@MissHavisham) January 17, 2019
So far I’m down one washing machine, one vacuum, and a husband.
Marie Kondo’s tidying philosophy is literally the exact opposite of my kids’.— The Dad (@thedad) January 17, 2019
Hugged my toddler + said thank you then considered donating him since he did not bring me joy last night. Am I taking this #MarieKondo thing too far?— Bottles + Bellinis (@BottlesBellinis) January 15, 2019
does Marie Kondo do toddler consultations? literally everything brings him joy. an empty vinegar bottle is now an essential part of bathtime— Adriana Porter Felt (@__apf__) January 19, 2019
Me: This tidying up thing is a pretty good trend.— Dr. John Spencer (@spencerideas) January 12, 2019
Also me: Oh, look, it’s the dollar bin at Target. I’m sure there’s something here the kids will love.
So if my kid's toys don't spark joy when I trip over them, that means I can throw them out without thanking them, right? #mariekondo— Gail McInnes (she/her) | Black Lives Matter (@gailmcinnes) January 17, 2019
Marie Kondo: Do these spark joy?— Dude-Bro Dad (@thedadvocate01) January 10, 2019
Me: They do not
Marie Kondo: Then they must go
Me: Bye kids
Does the whole Marie Kondo philosophy of “if when you hold it and it doesn’t bring you joy, throw it out” apply to your kids who are screaming at you because you told them to get off the PlayStation? #AskingForAFriend— Ben Shute (@Ben_Shute) January 6, 2019
Marie Kondo: Does this bring you joy?— tiffany hunter (@lifeattiffanys) January 18, 2019
Kid: *grabbing piece of literal garbage* I’M SAVING IT FOR A CRAFT
Friend who just discovered KonMari: “You only keep the things that spark joy.”— MyMomologue (@MyMomologue) January 21, 2019
Me: *using a literal snow shovel to get my kids’ toys back in the toybox* Uh huh.
[my wife going all marie kondo on my stuff to make more room for her stuff]— mark (@TheCatWhisprer) January 16, 2019
*Watching Tidying Up*— EdFox, Secret Chimp (@edfoxcomedy) January 21, 2019
Marie Kondo: "The 1st step is to put all your clothes in a pile."
My kids: "We're way ahead of you."
Me: Since we are snowed in, I’m gonna Marie Kondo the hell outta this house.— Domestic Goddess (@DomesticGoddss) January 19, 2019
Husband the hoarder: I do not like the sound of that. (Holds on to his lacrosse helmet from 1990 with 2 hands)
I'm waiting for Marie Kondo to write a book for me: The Life-Changing Magic of Having Someone Tidy Up FOR You— Housewife of Hell (@HousewifeOfHell) January 17, 2019
Watched that Marie Kondo show and now I have to decide how much joy an old melon baller brings me and most of my clothes are being thrown away.— Simon Holland (@simoncholland) January 7, 2019