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One never can have too many shoes or miniatures. But the minis take up far less room! I will admit I have been buying far less other things since I started buying more minis...

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wow, you guys have like 20 minis in here, it's impressive...I've got like 20 minis started on my work desk at home...they've been there since May (no seriously, I've got a WIP and everything), and I'll totally get back to them, I will, I really want to finish that bookcase, but well, I've got something I've just gotta do quick, first...

 

Oh, and my paints came in from Tamiya, so I might actually start my Not-Terrasque soon...real soon...any day now...

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I'm sure we'll get to a Procrastinus room.. oh who am I kidding.. hahahahahahaha

anyone ambitious enough to start a room probably doesn't really belong in procrastius

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*sniff*  I can't come in yet, though I'm sure I'll be here eventually.  My husband laughed when I read the house descriptions and "lovingly" informed me that Figmentius was a no-brainer for me.

 

I'm floored you only have 700+ posts, to be honest.

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Hi there. Not enough minis in this place. Can I borrow that one? Just to stare at it for a minute, cool sculpt! I think I need to buy one... or perhaps I have one already.

 

Same with paints. I also have paint duplicates because thinking they were a cool color. Twice. Or thrice.

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*sniff*  I can't come in yet, though I'm sure I'll be here eventually.  My husband laughed when I read the house descriptions and "lovingly" informed me that Figmentius was a no-brainer for me.

 

I'm floored you only have 700+ posts, to be honest.

 

 

lol...I'm not entirely sure if that was a compliment, or a teasing jab....like "dang 'errytime I turn around I be like, there's another Matbar post."   :blush:

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I got minis today!

Me too. Although I do not have an official house badge yet. But I should soon I recently PMed Bryan. Figured I'd stop in and chat.

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*sniff*  I can't come in yet, though I'm sure I'll be here eventually.  My husband laughed when I read the house descriptions and "lovingly" informed me that Figmentius was a no-brainer for me.

 

 

I'm floored you only have 700+ posts, to be honest.

 

lol...I'm not entirely sure if that was a compliment, or a teasing jab....like "dang 'errytime I turn around I be like, there's another Matbar post."   :blush:

I think it's because you're such a presence around here.

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Jay went to the Dentist today for a cleaning.. and was shocked.

Seems my recent decision to switch toothpaste paid off for me.

Least the cleaning wasn't as painful, AND  I think I am now at 20 soft toothbrushes for cleaning my Miniatures !

Oh, and I join the chorus of "Why the heck did they put a mold line here of all places " !!!

ROFL.

Jay nods off in his comfy chair .

Mini On !

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ub3r wonders why Jay always talks about himself in the third person... but then the thought is fleeting and he decides to guzzle more coffee and take a dip in his mini-filled pool to relax!

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ub3r wonders why Jay always talks about himself in the third person... but then the thought is fleeting and he decides to guzzle more coffee and take a dip in his mini-filled pool to relax!

Remember the cowl that I wear, and that I am "a watcher, and a Recorder"... my brain works like a slide bar.

So I am always observing myself, and every thing around me.

Its probably a bad habit (oh terrible pun); but then, that is moi.

Jay

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