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....uh.... We're not like that, are we?
You really need to ask? :smiley1:
Nov 4, '08, 9:09 AM
I'm afraid to the outside world, there is little difference to these folks and someone who collects or makes customs, it's not in the norm. My nieghbour found some Museum cards in my house a while back and when they were explained to her, it was interesting to watch her eyes glaze over.
To me, these people are similiar to me but they're collecting speed is set to "divorce" ;)
Nov 4, '08, 10:16 AM
when they were explained to her, it was interesting to watch her eyes glaze over.
That's why I hesitate to tell people that I collect comics & toys sometimes.
I've seen that look and others myself.
That "do you live in your Mom's basement and play Dungeons & Dragons?" look.
Nov 4, '08, 10:36 AM
Brilliance regarding the collection of dice:
He's spent over five years photographing the collection for Guinness
World Records, which he appears to be stalking. He archives every letter he
sends them with detailed logs of how long it took them to respond. For god's
sake guys, let him in! He's one dice-related head-injury away from becoming
a Batman villain. So if you don't want to feel the wrong end of his
DiceCannon while he crows "Looks like you should have rolled for Initiative!"
from the top of this D20-mobile, give him the record already.
That "do you live in your Mom's basement and play Dungeons &
That's not an "eyes glaze over" look---that's a "pointed elistist" stare.
Nov 4, '08, 11:16 AM
That sucks for the Transformers dude,as soon as he's gone so were his toys
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