Regular sweatshirts, two different brands/logos. An old iPod touch for the electronic.
I also eye roll over the second person's posts since she posted for tea pots and services to be lent/given to her for a party. I told her I would lend her my silver tea set, but she replied she was going to glue all the pieces together for artistic centerpieces. That was it for me. I know not to lend her anything unless I don't care about it.
Once you've glued things together for a centerpiece, you haven't "borrowed" them, you've ruined them.
A friend of mine collects treadle sewing machines. The antiques with the decals in very good shape are worth more as collector's items than ones that have been sewn on enough to wear the decals off or if they have discolored for some reason.
She was at a flea market (weekend market where buyers rent tables or sell out of the back of a van or pickup) and found a lovely treadle that looked to be in very good shape with the decals....the seller had hot glued artificial vines and flowers to it. She was moving the leaves aside to check the condition of the decals.
The seller wanted her to stop that because she might ruin the arrangement of the leaves, vine stems, and flowers...then mentioned that she had gutted the workings & tossed them out because they made the "sculpture" heavier. But wasn't it a pretty poetic comment on old fashioned sewing things???
Friend left the booth immediately, as restoring it to working order would be cost prohibitive with having to rebuild it...and the hot glue was going to ruin the decals - she saw places where the heat from the hot glue had "bubbled" the decals when she moved the leaves aside.
The woman had taken a potentially valuable antique in excellent condition and turned it into a non-working knickknack...
Friend also found a set of the cast iron legs & treadle assembly that someone had fastened to the bottom of a wooden container (large bread trough? small watering trough? window flower holder for potted plants?) to make a plant holder for a porch...it was already rusting...
Friend hated going to markets where people turned sewing machines into oddities.
And never responded to Freecycle or Craigslist requests by people looking for "old sewing machines" to turn into that sort of knickknack - now, if they wanted one to sew with - she had a few garage sale finds that worked, hadn't cost much, and weren't "collector's items" that she was willing to part with for someone who wanted to learn to sew but couldn't afford a new machine.