What do you collect?


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RyanSkilton

I used to have a massive collection of hockey cards, but I've moved so many times that I can't seem to find them. I'm sure they're around somewhere.

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astropheed

Gaming Consoles. Not really the games so much, just the consoles.

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Gerowen

Star Trek ships (playmates, micro machines, heroclix and hotwheels)

 

I remember when I was little I had a Micro Machines box with all of the versions of the enterprise, all the enemy ships (Klingon Bird of Prey, Borg, Romulan Bird of Prey, etc.), and on the box it had listed the armaments, top speed, and commander of each ship listed, and I had it all memorized when I was like 7 or 8 years old, :P

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compl3x

ex wives

 

 

That's a rather expensive hobby.

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123456789A

Bing rewards points

Forever stamps

 

That is my retirement plan.

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cork1958

Music, is the only thing I really collect. Computer stuff just seems to happen!

 

Wish I could collect old cars though. :(

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riahc3

Hello,

Few people have said porn.

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+InsaneNutter

Pokemon cards... nah just kidding.

 

I don't collect anything. I have various Xbox consoles i've obtained over the years. I don't feel i need to own every game / console variation or anything, i just ended up with various Xbox Consoles. I guess that is the closest I have to a collection.

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Draconian Guppy

Memories :ninja:

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Mystic Mungis

Drinks miniatures, no idea why :P Just got a couple the first Christmas after I turned 18 and now whenever anyone goes somewhere or can't think of a gift to get me they get me a couple.

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compl3x

Hello,

Few people have said porn.

 

That goes without saying  :rofl:

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Sszecret

Bus tickets. Have over 800 of them. 

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Elliot B.

Women's heads.

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+spikey_richie

Music; 60+ GB on my desktop plus getting on towards 500 physical CD's

Photos

As someone else said, memories

Terry Pratchett Discworld books and ephemera

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DrJens

DVDs and Blu-Rays (Got about 1500 of which 95% is DVD)
Games... mostly Steam, few boxed,

Junk (Concert ticket stubs, manuals, magazines, etc... stuff just piles up)

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sanctified

I answered this thread two years ago and my collections have expanded from only "cameras":

 

- Minerals

- Depictions of skulls

- Art from friends

- Old computers

- Books on contemporary art, philosophy and sociology.

 

Hurray for economic independence.

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Starbuck84

Soda cans / bottles. Not your all-day average cans (can get them everywhere if I needed to), but cans / bottles from "never before seen / heard" manufacturers or "hard to get" drinks. I collect one can / bottle per drink.

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riceBox

toy cars. like tomica

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Bi4me

That goes without saying  :rofl:

I thought most people watch it online and don't bother collecting.

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T3X4S

Signed, rare, 1st edition books

Most valuable - Gone With the Wind, 1st Edition, signed by Margaret Mitchell
Most prized - R. Feynman, "Surely You're Joking Mr Feynman", Signed

 

Have just under 100 books

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compl3x

Signed, rare, 1st edition books

Most valuable - Gone With the Wind, 1st Edition, signed by Margaret Mitchell

Most prized - R. Feynman, "Surely You're Joking Mr Feynman", Signed

 

Have just under 100 books

 

What are these "books" you speak of?  :rofl:

 

My physical game collection is picking up steam. 

 

So that . . . and human souls

 

 

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T3X4S

What are these "books" you speak of?  :rofl:

 

My physical game collection is picking up steam. 

 

So that . . . and human souls

 

 

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They are these rectangular things that sit on a shelf and collect dust.  The elders speak of fantastical tales of something being inside of them - craziness.   -- but they just sit there...doing nothing... kinda boring actually.

 

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