I am. So far I have found in my 'spares' cupboard - 4 servers, 6 PC's, 10 inkjet printers, 1 dye sub printer, 5 CRT monitors and a few boxes of assorted leads, power blocks, keyboards and dead rodents. All will be going for recycleing.
My definition of a tosser is somewhat different. I take it you meant a Tosser-outer? My bin is already full and it's not quite spring yet. It would probably be better to sell items on e-bay I suppose but I can't bring myself to do that. easier to chuck them out. The only Christmas presents I got were bottles of rum and I will be chucking them out/re-cycling when they are empty and certainly not before.
I have just returned from a visit to the local charity shop (Age UK) dropping off an assortment of unwanted Christmas gifts, from 2012 and years past. I found them whilst having a root around in my loft after putting the decorations away for another year.
I suppose it all comes down to the area you live in, regarding names?.
In my area a 'tosser' is normally referred to as a person of stupidity or worse :O)
I like to refer to myself as a bit of a 'save this for another time' or infrequent recycler. Every Tuesday in my area is bin and recycling day, and outside my property is usually the location for a big pile of recycle bags from other neighbours for easy collection. Looking at the pile this morning, and what the bags contain, I am surprised that an 'independent recycler' hasn't taken the opportunity to have a sort out first. Kid's obsolete devices, electric fans, vacuum cleaner's, fish pond water pumps, but to name a few items that appear to be all there for disposal!.
I know what you mean. Our area has a local dump/recycling center and I am always surprised at some of the stuff that gets thrown out. Years ago it was possible to bung the staff a few quid to take back useful looking items. I myself paid a fiver for a more or less brand spanking new, lawn mower. The owner had dumped it because it wouldn't go. She had mowed the lawn when it was wet and the mower was bunged up with the stuff. For some reason she had also cut off the power cable. So after a good clean up and a new cable it went like a dream and I got many years use out of it before passing it on to my lad who had just bought a house and didn't have a lawn mower.
The staff don't do the passing on of stuff now though. Probably "elf and safety" again?
My daughter reckons our local dump is a better class than the one local to her. It's probably because a lot of the local footballers also live in the area.