I’ve been doing that for over a year. I should be able to believe it.
I am going to permit myself to do it one last time because of this Sociology 200 post. Today that little guy must be around six years old.
When I was about six years old I came out to my living room and saw all of my Christmas presents. There were two Hoth playsets already set-up with Snowtroopers. I projectile vomited from excitement.
That story is 100% true. I wish it for every six-year-old.
Yes, it’s weird to wish projectile vomiting on a child. Trust me, it’s totally worth it.
I believe two reasons stand in the way of not getting more submissions: (1) the M.U.S.C.L.E. community is beginning its decline; and (2) people are lazy.The second reason isn’t a cheap shot. I could have said “too busy,” but I think lazy is more accurate. I know that there are lots of things that I need to do. But at the end of the day, I’m too lazy to do
Sociology 100 is probably the exception to that idea. I don’t think people have many childhood pictures with their M.U.S.C.L.E. figures.
Can you believe there was a time when the Nerf Ninja was undocumented? Now there are three of them.
Actually, there are four of them and I am an idiot.
The Nerf Ninja “discovery” took place in November of 2011. But I may have had the figure sitting in my own collection.
I posted the above “family picture” in March of 2014. Obviously that is after the 2011 discovery. But I don’t think I added any figures to my collection for years.
I could be wrong. It wouldn’t be the first time. But it serves as a constant reminder to pay closer attention. If I let an undocumented FLAF sit in a drawer, then shame on me.
Does anyone else have some forgotten gems hidden away in a box or drawer?
If you don’t know, then you should probably double check.