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Spandex Sidney 8:59 Wed Feb 17
Are you a collector?
I have been wondering why so many people who know me don't know I have a thing for old radios. Well now my WHO brethren know all about my sad, secret shame

*listening to his magnificent Zenith Trans Oceanic Royal 3000 1

Other than Milhouse collecting entries on the Sex Offenders register, what do you collect that's sadder than this?!

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Texas Iron 4:25 Fri Feb 19
Re: Are you a collector?
Also...Antique...Deco and Mid Century Furniture...

Texas Iron 4:18 Fri Feb 19
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Antique and Vintage European Oil Paintings...Oldest is 1650's...Newest is 2000's

Quality ceramics & Glass ...English...Italian...French... German Chinese ...1700's -2000's

Garth Algar 11:18 Thu Feb 18
Re: Are you a collector?
I used to collect chewitts wrappers to prove I had eaten every flavour.

I had not.

Nurse Ratched 5:31 Thu Feb 18
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They go with my old 50s drinks bar, Avor. Otherwise I definitely would have let you have them. x

penners28 5:01 Thu Feb 18
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that's EXACTLY what I do B-man.

Buster 4:43 Thu Feb 18
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penners is. Thinks nothing of bullying old ladies who can't afford to pay their utility bills.

AVOR 4:43 Thu Feb 18
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Nurse Ratched 4:17 Thu Feb 18
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I have some branded beer glasses from the 50s-70S including a lovely continental style Stella Artois glass. Looks old.

I am sure you dont want them anymore Nurse, so feel free to pass them my way!

Branded 4:11 thats because i have them!

pulhampete 4:31 Thu Feb 18
Re: Are you a collector?
I collect Charlotte Rhead ceramics.


My son ridicules me for it.

But i don't give a fuck.

Your mum 4:29 Thu Feb 18
Re: Are you a collector?
I have a small collection of objets d'art (lolz)

I have a few Japanese woodblock prints, a signed Ralph Steadman print and some nice repros of various things.

Not quite the Getty collection but I enjoy it..

westham13 4:28 Thu Feb 18
Re: Are you a collector?
Trainers old and new

Got about 40-45 pairs of Adidas

Nurse Ratched 4:17 Thu Feb 18
Re: Are you a collector?
I have some branded beer glasses from the 50s-70S including a lovely continental style Stella Artois glass. Looks old.

BRANDED 4:12 Thu Feb 18
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I collect memories.

Some good some bad.

BRANDED 4:11 Thu Feb 18
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AVOR 2:33 Thu Feb 18
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Branded beer glasses....around 250 of them!

I don't have that many

Claret Badger 3:29 Thu Feb 18
Re: Are you a collector?
a few things

records
ghettoblasters
film cameras
sneakers
video game consoles
hi fi

chim chim cha boo 2:43 Thu Feb 18
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On The Ball 11:23 Thu Feb 18

I love that scary African shit too. I've got an old hand-carved Ju-Ju dog with a load of rusty nails banged into it that I bought in Africa.

I was wandering around a market looking at shitty African tourist tat when I came across the scariest looking shop I've ever seen, full of masks and Voodoo stuff. This mean looking old boy drives a van from South Africa to Rwanda and comes back with some horrible, evil stuff.

What I really wanted was a mask with long black hair made from an actual human skull but for some strange reason the missus put her foot down and told me she wouldn't have it in the house.

Anyway, Ju-Ju hound has pride of place on a bookshelf in my living room with a Vickers machine gun bullet in his mouth that I got when I walked the Western Front a few years ago.

What I'd really like to collect is creepy ventriloquist dolls. I've got one that lives with my day-of-the-dead wooden skeleton I got in Mexico but I'd like more.

AVOR 2:33 Thu Feb 18
Re: Are you a collector?
Branded beer glasses....around 250 of them!

Annony 12:53 Thu Feb 18
Re: Are you a collector?
This is a COLLECTION

Bob says that he has always been interested in dolls, but his passion really started to develop when he used to buy rag dolls and other toys for his two kids. He then moved on to buying shop mannequins for a few years, amassing a pretty impressive collection. However, it wasn't until he found an online forum about silicone dolls that he realized that's what he really wanted to collect. With the help of his wife, Gibbins acquired his first silicone doll, Beverly, in 2007 for around $4,000. But that was only the beginning, as the couple continued to buy different kinds of love dolls, from cheap blow-up dolls costing $639 at most, to realistic silicone dolls like Jessica, who put a serious $11,202 dent in the family budget. All in all, Bob and Lizzie Gibbins estimate that they've spent around $160,000 since they started collecting love dolls.

Although love dolls are usually bought and used for sexual purposes, Bob says he has never used one of his girls in such a way. He admits that he finds most of them attractive, especially since he says they were created with perfect physical assets, but he considers them all part of the family.

Pancho 12:39 Thu Feb 18
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Got a great photography book recently showing people's huge vinyl collections.

Well worth a flick.

http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/160774869X?psc=1&redirect=true&ref_=ox_sc_sfl_title_7&smid=A3P5ROKL5A1OLE

zebthecat 12:32 Thu Feb 18
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Vinyl LPs, musical intruments (currently getting to grips with a new sax and ukulele) and art.

defjam 12:17 Thu Feb 18
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Off The Shin 12:17 Thu Feb 18
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Empty bottles of lucozade mainly, which I fill up with my own piss and keep in the cellar.

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