>>5398056 The best place to buy them is from Disney stores (including online) and the theme parks. They also sell them at Target and most recently JC Penny (why there, I have no clue), but they seem to vary in quality.
You can check out the character list here: http://www.tsumtsumcentral.com/PlushCharacterList.aspx
>implying it's possible to be nostalgic when you're a manchild >implying I had a "Disney childhood" rather than one of talking animals who fight masked villains to sell toys >making an additional thread
Is this a Disney shill? Hmm. Odd crowd to market to.
Anyone else hate being asked how much their purchases cost?
I used to live with 3 guys in an apartment, and whenever I got a new toy I would always get asked by at least one of them "how much did that cost?" And for some reason it bugs me. I have no idea what about it irks me. I'm also a tech enthusiast so the same questions come up there too, whenever I get a new device.
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>>5397970 I dunno, I guess to clarify, what bothers me is when people criticize money spent on hobbies. Being asked how much you spent on your hobby when you are just excited about what you spent the money on is annoying.
For me, someone jumping straight to asking me about how much my possessions cost is weird and reduces things that make me happy into price tags sitting on a shelf.
Excuse the shit quality of the pic above but does anyone have any idea of what this is? I remember having it back in 2003 when I was just a little kid. The balls lit up and it spinned in the air with some weird physics and the gray thing was only used to keep them together so they wouldn't get tangled together.
>never noticing until now the hollow section of bumblebee's arms
OK, I'm going to be nice here, the hollowness SHOULDN'T be there but look at how big he is, a flip panel might make the fit a bit hard, and ...was there any tf's that had sliding fist in the last few years?
If bee was a tad bigger they could of fixed that, damn mp10 scaling man.
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>>5397403 I wonder how those custom figure making guys feel when someone, 3rd party or official, releases the character that they were making. Like say all of the people who made their own combiner. Do you try and sell your mess of a project? Or do you keep it?
So are there chinese knockoff for 1/3 price, are they worth it? Or is it an exercise in frustration and cursing at yellow faced brothers? They are probably more varied, since they shit on copyrights and do whatever they fancy.
Is it cool or what? No glue, no nothing, just puire assembly of hq printed sheets. There are buildings, ships, tanks and whatnot. And they cost around $5-10 at most, possibly less. Famous ones, like Eiffel Tower, Tower Bridge, etc Man, now I can skip plastic models altogether and not bother with dirting my hands with glue, and cutting myself trying to scrape off those plastic molding overflows.
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