Eh, I wouldn`t worry about it, Chris - I thought the same thing you did!
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Well, I sell on Ebay a lot (powerseller)however I rarely buy on Ebay just because I know what`ll happen if I start.
My current collections include:
Although I`ve found that interest causes me to want to collect other disaster collectibles and I`m not sure that`s healthy!
The blow dart is my favorite because it`s so accurate. Unfortunately, I`m finding this interest scares off some people (especially the men).
Shoes are my weakness. I`ve always collected shoes. My closets are filled! Just can`t get enough of those cute shoes. $$$ is no object when it comes to a pair I just have to have in my "collection". And, I`m not giving this collection up for anything~ I`m might be a disaster collecting, weapon wielding kinda girl but I`ll always look good in these shoes!
Wow this thread has been collecting dust. Let me brush some of that off.
My brother Jason collects antique Steiff puppets and whenever I run across one for a good deal I`ll nab it.
I don`t really have an extensive collection of anything but I would like to have a substantial wine cellar one day and a collection of original art. I do like to browse Ebay for orignal paintings and some strange outsider art but I don`t buy much.
I would also one day like to collect instrumets of all kinds and have a "music room" where I can go and start playing any one of them at any time.
Collecting is such a popular hobby with people but I`ve never had much of a collection mentallity....I just can`t seem to get hyped up about having a lot of one kind of something when there are sooo many great somethings in this world.
Model train collectors freak me out because so many of them have a pure obsession that consumes their lives so intensely I think that they almost have to be tuning out the rest of the world...........heh. I guess that`s the whole point!
I would guess that all of us have heard a story at one time or another about some guy who had a his entire basement filled with scale model trains floor to ceiling and just marvelled at how many hours, days, years, were spent on their "collection" or hobby.