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What to Do With Unwanted BootlegsWhat to Do With Unwanted BootlegsAsk MFC

Animefan678Animefan6783 days ago
Before I knew any better, I bought a couple bootleg figures when was in middle school and early high school. I now know what bootlegs are and only want authentic figures, but I don't know what to do with the bootlegs I own now. I don't want to throw them away, I can't sell them, and nobody I know wants to take them off my hands.

Does anybody have any ideas on what to do with unwanted bootlegs?

Edit: I am thinking of donating them to a thrift store near me that donates some of their proceeds to charity, but making it abundantly clear that they are bootlegs, how do you guys feel about that?
Also, thank you all for your comments! :)
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Animefan6783 days ago#96253688Unfortunately no
lol just checking :D
3 days ago
You can make customs out of them! Create something original or just burn them lol. Make it a ceremony or something.
3 days ago
if you have a lots of visitor especially like spoiled little children you can use the bootleg as a bait from the genuine one.
3 days ago
I would just throw em out tbh. I know it used to be that sometimes paints or something would be toxic. Not worth the risk donating, and it takes the bootlegs out of circulation
3 days ago
Chloe-tsundere The louise otaku
Personally, use em to show bootleg VS real educative movies or use em to experiment with for gks or paint skills and such :)
3 days ago
If you still have them, I'd be interested in them! I've been trying to get bootlegs and broken parts to use for cursed photos ^^
3 days ago
I gave mine away to another user here who does customs
3 days ago
TheBigTog3 days ago#96253461If you have Sader, I might be in the market.

Unfortunately no
3 days ago
thecatsaysmooo3 days ago#96253517i'm using one of my bigger ones as a door stopper. it's working out pretty well!

Lmao that would be cool to see
3 days ago
LittlePisces3 days ago#96253478Yeah, like one person said, you can try practicing painting on them if you're considering to try out the garage kit hobby. I recall an article where someone repainted a bootleg Miku Nendoroid and it turned out nice.
Edit: I found the article! (BLOG #47797)


I'm probably never going to do that, but thanks for sharing that article its really cool to see others creativity
3 days ago
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