For the first time in my life, I own a garbage disposal. Since I did not grow up with a disposal, I did not realize what can and cannot go down it. I found it fun seeing how large or oddly shaped the item can be that goes down the kitchen drain. I started out with just old veggies and fruits. I then moved onto throwing out old pastas and meats that I did not eat. I then started pouring grease from my dishes down the drains. I think the grease is what finally clogged the kitchen drain or ruined the disposal. I am still unsure what exactly is the problem. All I know is that the drainage with my kitchen plumbing is just sad. I called a nearby plumbing corporation to come in and assess the problem. I am hoping they can fix my issue. I am also hopeful it is just the piping. I would gladly pay for the plumber to plunge and perform drain cleaning. I would even pay happily for all new kitchen piping repair. What I don’t want to hear is that I lost my garbage disposal. I have gotten too reliant on the little device. It is used frequently and I have hardly no garbage anymore. Since a disposal is more complicated than piping, I am thinking this plumbing repair will be more. I will pay it if it comes to it. I will even get a new garbage disposal if need be. No matter what though, I will do some research on what can and can’t go down my drains.