January 11, 2019 1:18 am
In the show, Kondo brings her organizing expertise to the lives of families who really need it. And it turns out a lot of viewers were inspired by the work to perhaps bring the KonMari method into their own messes. Kondo’s special way of folding clothes earned special attention from many.
We didn’t even get halfway through an episode of Tidying Up with Marie Kondo when we decided to go through all of our books. We now have four full boxes of books to donate and an empty bookshelf pic.twitter.com/9qk6T1CWCJ
— Jessica (@jlo62442) January 6, 2019
me: im just gonna watch this but im not gonna actually do anything differently
marie kondo: you can put smaller boxes inside other boxes to sort the objects in your boxes
— moth dad (@innesmck) January 8, 2019
Kondo is known for encouraging people to keep only items that spark joy, and to thank rejected items before tossing them out. “Marie Kondo has spoken,” wrote Madeleine Roux. “If you enter my home and do not spark joy I will throw you in the trash.”
Marie Kondo has spoken. If you enter my home and do not spark joy I will throw you in the trash.
— Madeleine Roux (@Authoroux) January 6, 2019
Burning down my workplace as it fails to Spark Joy
— Christopher M (@mammothfactory) January 4, 2019
Marie Kondo thinks she can get me to give up objects I have no attachment to, but joke’s on her! I’ve seen Pixar’s complete filmography, and I can form attachments to EV ER Y THING!!
— Todd VanDerWerff (@tvoti) January 1, 2019
My rent does not spark joy, so I’ve decided not to pay it
— its just jay now (@jaykisokay) January 8, 2019
Not everyone loved the idea of creating more trash, even if it temporarily decluttered a home.
If y’all are Marie Kondo’ing up your homes this month, keep in mind that our recycling systems are not great. Most of what you put in the trash or recycling goes into a landfill. Try to reuse or rehome that shit whenever possible!
— Sarah Shay (@TheSarahShay) January 6, 2019
Although donation is an option. “Marie Kondo is a fictional character created by Goodwill Industries to get me to donate half of everything I own,” one guy wrote.
Marie Kondo is a fictional character created by Goodwill Industries to get me to donate half of everything I own
— Matt Haughey (@mathowie) January 2, 2019
Who might be a Kondo fan? How about Thanos himself? After all, the villain of Avengers: Infinity War fame did, um, declutter the Earth.
😂🤣 But he randomly got rid of people rather than decide if they sparked joy in him… 😅😆 And he didn’t follow step 4… 😇 pic.twitter.com/sAWv4mKlFN
— Ashanti Omkar 🎬🎶🌶📚📰🌍 (@AshantiOmkar) January 10, 2019
Fall, 2018. Marie Kondo sits with Netflix executives. “These Marvel shows. Do they bring you joy?”
— Tim Carvell (@timcarvell) January 2, 2019
Some people, however, are determined to never change. “Me laying in bed watching Tidying Up With Marie Kondo,” one Twitter user captioned a photo of a woman reclining on a giant messy pile of stuff.
Some found the whole phenomenon rather funny. “How ironic that there are suddenly far more Marie Kondo jokes than necessary,” wrote one Twitter user.
How ironic that there are suddenly far more Marie Kondo jokes than necessary.
— David Tveite (@tveitprivilege) January 9, 2019
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