Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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Holes in bottoms of kitchen drawers

Defeat the Goddess Anoia - usually
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Completely baked in our kitchen: I've drilled two 1/8" holes in the bottom of each drawer, a few inches apart, near the front. Now if anything gets stuck in a drawer, I can open the drawer below that one and shove a stick up its bottom to move whatever was causing the problem.

Unless it's in the bottom drawer, where Anoia still reigns.

a1, Jan 12 2022

Anoia https://discworld.fandom.com/wiki/Anoia
Goddess of Things That Get Stuck in Drawers [a1, Jan 12 2022]

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       We have a hole in one of our kitchen drawers that consists of the entire bottom. Nothing gets stuck in that one. Nor does anything stay in it. [+].
nineteenthly, Jan 13 2022
  

       The only reason your drawers open is because Anoia the Goddess of Things That Get Stuck in Drawers is lost in the fourth dimension, together with all your other lost stuff until they suddenly re-appear back exactly where they were, seemingly the whole time (because the 3 dimensions are still the same).   

       Science is still baffled by this phenomenon, but knows that solving this anomaly will necessarily cause all drawers (that don't have holes in them yet, since the word hasn't gotten out yet) to become stuck.
pashute, Jan 15 2022
  
      
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