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How Collecting Anime Can Make you Regress!

SNasabalSNasabal4 years agoDiary
So, I have this awesome friend here in this community that is crazy like me and loves the fact that I have some crazy, sad and funny stories around my Otaku side. This is one of those stories that I shared with my friend that she thought you all would also enjoy. Ok, here we go boys and girls....

When I was at the height of getting my crack (if your new to my postings I call my Chibi PVC anime key chains crack) my good friend that I mentioned earlier had posted a blog. I believe where she was lamenting not really being able to truly enjoy her own personal brand of crack lately; because, of the hustle and bustle of life. Her blog really resonated with me because I realized that I too was starting to feel the same way also. Yet, that day I just so happen at that time received some of my own personal flavor of crack. I was in a even happier mood because I had just got home from acquiring the CD "Blurred Lines" by Robin Thicke it had just came out. (Side note: That is one damn SEXY MAN!!!!! He melts the panties ok. Fellas take note and use some Robin on your girl)I digress.

Ok, so back to the crack.... I had my Robin blastin' and new crack to process into my collection and then BAMMM!!!! Something just clicked in me and I was feelin' the music and for the first time in a long time I was once again enjoying the premium crack. I had just received from my best crack dealer AmiAmi yet again. LMAO! I had three box sets that were sent to me and I was really happy to go through my motions of date stamping the invoices when they came in, then filing them, using the last of my Brother label maker tape to put the English version names on the bottom of the boxes. Then date stamping the boxes themselves. and five other things that I do for cataloging my collection that I won't go into here right now. Anyway...

By now I hope you are rollin' laughing at me because I sure am. I'm an OCD Organizational freak if you didn't get the hint. But wait there is more... I upgraded to a huge 20 inch bin for my crack to be stored in and the last three boxes I mentioned I received I couldn't fit them into my box. It was already that full. So, I take the box with the lid just laying on top because of course it couldn't close to my husband in our bedroom.

We keep our room pretty dark so he only had his overhead light on while he was laying down resting. So, I was just this dark figure at the door with a clear bin in front of me. He didn't notice me until I bumped into the bed with the bin. Oh, and our bed well it is Princess bed. Meaning it is really up high. It was my husband's choice because he is over 6 feet. I'm 5 feet even!!!!! and the bed comes to the top of my stomach. So, I know you can imagine how I looked carrying this huge bin and struggling to lift it on top of the bed. I know I looked just like a little kid because my husband said to me as he leaned over across the bed to help pull the box on the bed for me. "Yesssss! Little girl? What is it you want to do with your crack?" I replied, in my little girl's voice with bottom lip poking out "Fisx it! It is a puzzle and I can't make it work!" (Yes, I have issues we have already established that back at the Brother label. Now, let's move on.) Anyway, he fixed it. Laughing at me the whole time. He moved boxes around with the expert maneuvering of a long time trained Rubics cubed champion. My husband is great at those types of puzzles and he was able to get all of the pretty little boxes to fit in the big box so that the lid can close down nicely. I just love my husband that indulges me. I was once again back happy!!! Oh, yeah! Then I used the step stool on my side of the bed to get back down off the bed with my nicely closed box. LMAO!!!! Just re-reading this has me crying from laughing so much. Let me know if you enjoyed the story?

P.S: The reason for my extreme cataloging system- I am a Historical Reacher as a second hobby that specializes in archiving.
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SpaceDyeVest (4 years ago) #1966971HAHAHA! Great advice. And the stool...I know right? I used to have a bed that I had to take a running jump to get into because it was so high. It's loads of fun. :)

Yeah you are right. Renuac did hit the nail on the head with this advice for sure!!!!
4 years ago
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SpaceDyeVest (4 years ago) #1966968Ha!! Hilarious, as usual. What I missed the first time I heard this story is that it's cool that your husband helps you out with your merch madness (although he should because he has his comic book addiction, so, I guess you're even). Also, I really, really would love for your organizing skills to rub off on me...I *borrowed* a label maker from a job I had 6 years ago in the hopes of organizing everything in my closets into labeled bins, and that still hasn't happened. I feel like if I can just get organized, it will change my life. You are lucky to be that way (especially with having over 1000 keychains...you'd be a mess if you were any other way!).

Ok, girl! I promise when I get in your neck of the woods I promise to give you two days of just me and my skills to help a Chica out. My husband and I are thinking about going to a Con that way.
4 years ago
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renuac (4 years ago) #1966815Crack is precious and must be kept safe. The proper sealing of crack is a must. Casual or unintentional mixing of different strains of crack can be harmful for one's health, therefore wise crack addicts label, differentiate and keep track of their stashes of crack. Your actions strike me as entirely sensible and warranted.
But man, now I really want a bed you need a stool to get in and out of.


See, exactly what I was thinking. Knowing the year for freshness is a must! You so understand me. Now, as for the bed....It is also a regular King and I'm still afraid of falling off the darn thing! My husband is mean to me pushes me over on the edge sometimes to remind me how strong he is. Yeah, I might have opened my mouth and well said something smart to him then tried to get away and couldn't. LOL!
4 years ago
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maddynamite (4 years ago) #1966797I agree. The beat is catchy, but the lyrics, once you really listen to them, are really terrible.

I agree not all of his songs hit the spot with me but I'm a music lover. What I don't get from the lyrics I can sometimes get from the music. But, I complete you understand what you are saying.
4 years ago
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Seasonreaper (4 years ago) #1966609The funniest part for me was using Robin Thicke on your girl.
Because rapey undertones through song make girls wet.


Hey, I went to a concert of his locally just before Blurred Lines came out and I swear if any guy who brought his girl to that show didn't get some once Robin set their girl up was just sad.
4 years ago
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renuac (4 years ago) #1966815Crack is precious and must be kept safe. The proper sealing of crack is a must. Casual or unintentional mixing of different strains of crack can be harmful for one's health, therefore wise crack addicts label, differentiate and keep track of their stashes of crack. Your actions strike me as entirely sensible and warranted.
But man, now I really want a bed you need a stool to get in and out of.

HAHAHA! Great advice. And the stool...I know right? I used to have a bed that I had to take a running jump to get into because it was so high. It's loads of fun. :)
4 years ago
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Ha!! Hilarious, as usual. What I missed the first time I heard this story is that it's cool that your husband helps you out with your merch madness (although he should because he has his comic book addiction, so, I guess you're even). Also, I really, really would love for your organizing skills to rub off on me...I *borrowed* a label maker from a job I had 6 years ago in the hopes of organizing everything in my closets into labeled bins, and that still hasn't happened. I feel like if I can just get organized, it will change my life. You are lucky to be that way (especially with having over 1000 keychains...you'd be a mess if you were any other way!).
4 years ago
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Crack is precious and must be kept safe. The proper sealing of crack is a must. Casual or unintentional mixing of different strains of crack can be harmful for one's health, therefore wise crack addicts label, differentiate and keep track of their stashes of crack. Your actions strike me as entirely sensible and warranted.

But man, now I really want a bed you need a stool to get in and out of.
4 years ago
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Seasonreaper (4 years ago) #1966609The funniest part for me was using Robin Thicke on your girl.
Because rapey undertones through song make girls wet.


I agree. The beat is catchy, but the lyrics, once you really listen to them, are really terrible.
4 years ago
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The funniest part for me was using Robin Thicke on your girl.

Because rapey undertones through song make girls wet.
4 years ago
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