"Consumption is a word used to describe acts of acquisition – generally, the acquisition of things, in exchange for money. Unconsumption is a word used to describe everything that happens after an act of acquisition."
"Unconsumption means the accomplishment of properly recycling your old cellphone, rather than the guilt of letting it sit in a drawer."
"Unconsumption means the thrill of finding a new use for something that you were about to throw away. Unconsumption means the pleasure of using a service like Salvation Army to find a new home for the functioning DVD player you just replaced, rather than throwing it in the garbage."
"Unconsumption means enjoying the things you own to the fullest – not just at the moment of acquisition."
"Unconsumption means the pleasure of using a pair of sneakers until they are truly worn out – as opposed to the nagging feeling of defeat when they simply go out of style."
"Unconsumption means feeling good about the simple act of turning off the lights when you leave the room."
"Unconsumption is an idea, a set of behaviors, a way of thinking about consumption itself from a new perspective."
"Unconsumption is free."
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