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    Combat Missions Fan Wolf's Avatar
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    What do you collect?

    I thought it would be nice to know what people on this forum collect, and no I don't mean dustbunnies!


    I collect shotglasses and refrigerator magnets from every touristy place that I've visited. These are very inexpensive and also bring me fond memories of where I've visited.

    Also, I just started collecting porcelain dolls. These are expensive so I only have 6 of them (3 of them I bought, and the other 3 were gifts)

    How about you?

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    Hockey cards mainly, but I have a few football and baseball.
    I do the shot glass thing too.

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    I coolect various things basicly whatever is popular that day Right now I'm trying to coolect my money from the bank.
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    I have a very large Backstreet Boys collection! I have an obsession.

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    I collect T-shirts with university's logo, and I started the habbit when I first got into college...totally addicted to it and have spent a lot of money buying T-shirts. The next thing I want to collect is money....hope I will be able to do it as soon as possible.

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    I collect little toy figures, I got a bunch all over the top of my monitor and at work across my desk. plus I still got my BIG mason jar of belly button lint that I'm saving to have made into a sweater some day.

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    I collect AOL cd's. Oh wait, not on purpose.

    I guess I don't really collect anything. My wife collects porcelain dolls - she's got about 15 of them, but some are in boxes from our last move, because I haven't built a display case in the den yet.

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    I just remembered. When I was working in an office, I used to collect those stress balls. I had about 20 of them, with different logos on them, and different shapes and sizes.

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    I collect stuffed frogs and frog figurines.
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    I collect Barbie dolls. Not the ones in the pink box, but the ones termed collectibles.

    I have 40+ right now, but I've stopped buying because I am running out of room. My husband built me a beautiful cabinet with glass doors to put them in, and it's completely full. All of my barbies are still in the box.

    Now I only buy the ones that are porcelain, or pretty ones with red hair.(they are a little more rare)

    I also have several hallmark barbie ornaments. I stopped buying them though, because they were coming out with about 20 a year, and it isn't worth it to try and keep up.

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