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Discussion in 'Your Shitty Projects' started by Weezus Christ, Jun 9, 2012.
...for collecting money?
you didn't really think that through
A jew would say "AMAGAWD! I have 12,50!" MrGask said "It's only 12,50 so meh."
Gay porn is quite "instant".
however, it's a long and hard way up
Here is some bit of my comic collection.
Hey! Great thread, loved seeing all this stuff you guys have... I used to be a true blue collector of many many things, but I kind of gave a lot of those pursuits up awhile back... I mainly collected Dragonball toys for years and years, and still have most of my collection... I never had the full collection photographed, but I am a Youtube addict, and have made lots of videos about this... Here is me showing off my Goku's a few years ago:
All the best,
That's seriously how you're going to end every post?
It's too dark to take nice pictures with my shitey camera right now, so I'll take some proper pics of my figmas tomorrow.
Here's a pic of my Discworld collection:
And here's some pics of my figures:
star wars action figures
found two, rare-unusual, giant, terminator 2, action figures for $35 in china town, back of the store last year
Fuck the toys, those Discworld books are damn fine.
But it's not as much fun tying the books up in bondage positions.
WHOOPS, I BOUGHT SOME MORE CRAP.
You can't catch them all, because there is an infinite amount of them.
Not surprising, oh Jew you!
I collect keys, knowledge and ghost stories. Of these I can only show you my ghost stories (in a post or so). I'm not sharing my knowledge and I'm not going to let you see what my keys open...
I got one more collection: Classic Literature.
I have a huge collection of Gundam models, but it's in storage, sadly.
I sort of do that too.
Not intentionally, it's just the only thing I read.
What are they about?
It's an epic saga about a family of DJs, generation after generation from the jazz jockeys of the 50's to the hipest hard-tek wonders of tomorrow
I find that to be unlikely considering that the author writes science fiction. It is not completely implausible, however.
I was trying to get a person who knows about it to give me their personal opinion, there are plenty of opinions and facts on google, I only cared for this person's opinion.
Well here goes then. It's quite a long series (I think 32 books or so) of adventures in a fantasy world called the "Discworld".
I have not yet read all of those books that I have on my shelf (lack of time to do so, unfortunately), but I was originally given one book out of the series by a friend of mine and I was pretty much immediately hooked to it. I adore the writing style and the stories are generally very well written and intriguing. The characters are very dynamic and all that I've seen have a good back story and proper development. To me it's a very enjoyable series so far, especially since I'm a sucker for fantasy settings and lore.
If you like fantasy books, definitely give it a go. I can almost guarantee you that you won't regret it.
And the best thing is that it's the funniest, totally tongue in cheeck, almost slapstick sometimes...Feet of Clay is probably my fav of the series, but I dunno, It's a hard one to decide
I'm boring. My favorite collection is my collectioon of rocks (and the petrified cat shit I keep in there to let kids play with, but shh, don't tell my boss). I've been collecting rocks since I was, like, four years old.
But then I have smaller collections: TLK paraphernalia (because furry), Stephen King books, and T-shirts with cartoons on them (also because furry).