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Commentaires Anime Animism Against Animosity: Figure Funeral

  • take123Il y a 1 mois#81007960I honestly have been thinking what the heck I will do with all of these figures. I don't have as many as others on this site, but it's going over 100 now after many years and these are all 1/4 size so they're huge.
    What if, something happens to me (like I die of COVID-19 or something) and the figures have to be passed on or something or sold or whatnot. I've been thinking what to do with it all as it requires some effort to manage it all.
    Give them away! Make connections on MFC, get to know geniune collectors who would give a safe long time home to these works of Art.
    Be careful of those who wanna make a quick buck.
    Il y a 1 mois
    Best option would be to Give them away to Geniune known long time collectors, provided they pay the shipping.

    But if you live in country where hardly anyone collects ero figures (judging by the interaction with customs) and you would ashamed if they were found out.
    Then buy or lease a PVC crushers/shredder machine to privately dispose of them.
    The crushed pvc pellets can sent to a recycling plant, and all ends well.
    Il y a 1 mois
    FLUSH DOWN TOILET

    P.S. I'd actually be down to "bury it if you want it to become an artifact for the future archaeologists to make false conclusions about our human race". Maybe include some scrolls with it as well, stating stuff like "this figure is an effigy that has the power to cure paralysis when used by people that are pure-hearted" or something along those lines. Just imagine the possibilities and scenarios that would follow! Heck, people got time on their hands with the whole corona situation going on atm. Go on and provide our future generations with some spice and hopium that they can live off xD
    Il y a 1 mois
    I remembered that I had this gashapon ITEM #18957 and one day it fell off the shelf and only his arm remained. I think the rest fell on the trash bin beacuse I never saw him again. Still have his arm tho, don't know what to do with it xD
    Il y a 1 mois
    It’s very interesting how is humans get attached to inanimate objects. I’ll never forget about one story I heard from the Iraq War and a bomb disposal robot named “Scooby Doo”. The robot had been badly damaged by a bomb and the handler rushed into the repair bay in tears like he was holding a wounded animal and started calling for the mechanics help because Scooby Doo was “hurt”. They said there was nothing more they could do for the robot and they’ll get him a new one, but the handler was in tears, loudly sobbing that he didn’t want a new robot. He wanted his Scooby Doo back. And on a more lighter notes there are stories of handlers taking their bomb disposal robots fishing by attaching fishing rods in their little claws.

    On that note, while I am quite aware figures are inanimate objects we project our own thoughts and feelings on, I always love that each figure has its own “quirk” to it. I always view it as adding personality to the figure itself. Which is why I’m quite easy to bond with my figures and always view them as mine. There might be a million of them out there that are like mine, but mine are mine.

    Very interesting story about giving figures funerals, and knitting needles. And great discuss on the matter as well.
    Il y a 1 mois
    take123 Bunny Farm
    I honestly have been thinking what the heck I will do with all of these figures. I don't have as many as others on this site, but it's going over 100 now after many years and these are all 1/4 size so they're huge.

    What if, something happens to me (like I die of COVID-19 or something) and the figures have to be passed on or something or sold or whatnot. I've been thinking what to do with it all as it requires some effort to manage it all.
    Il y a 1 mois
    if it's truly reached the end of it's life, then i choose hydraulic press ♥️

    at least then we get a cool youtube video out of it
    Il y a 1 mois
    This is very interesting. It's kind of concerning they burn their figures as that must be super toxic, but the sentiment is nice. I'd probably try to sell or give away mine if they ever "die", but I'm still pretty attached for now.
    Il y a 1 mois
    I really like this article. A lot of my figures do have sentimental value, but I've never thought of giving them a proper funeral! If, heaven forbid, one of my nendoroids should perish, I want to give them a good send off too.
    Il y a 1 mois
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