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No-o-o, even if I had, I'd have already burnt that and buried the remains in a forest far from my home, because I HATE EMOJIS!
A rusty knife?
A blue plushie.
If you mean globe, no. If you mean the corporation, definitely not.
A computer of any kind that's older than a decade.
I have a Commodore 128 personal computer in my bedroom, which I bought on eBay (mainly for nostalgia, because that was the computer my family had when I was very, very young). This is an 8-bit computer that dates back to 1985. The seller sent along every peripheral he had for it ... including a Datasette. I appreciated his thoroughness, but what could anyone possibly use that for?
A game that you know you will never play again, but you still hold on to "just in case."
Edited by Whisperer on May 10th 2020 at 10:18:03 AM
Kind of? I have tons of games and rarely replay finished games in general (unless they're some of my faves), but I also rarely sell games anymore, so I'll still keep them in my collection
Something borrowed from a friend
Something you had a nightmare about.
Yes. A copy of an Iain M. Banks novel that I should really return.
An ektara I made for physics class when I was eighteen. Although it ended up working more like a one-string guitar.
When I was a little kid, there was an empty lot on my block where they eventually constructed a big house. For a long time, when it was just a dug out basement space and a lot of dirt, I would play around in it. One day, I found a really shiny rock, and brought it home. I've kept it ever since, I guess for sentimental reasons.
A strategy guide for an MMORPG that has, over time, been rendered completely useless by updates and expansions to the game.
A skylight that's big enough that you can properly see the constellations at night from your bed.
A book written on a language you don't know?
A book on Tolkien languages.
DVDs for a region you don't live in.
Edited by Madison14 on May 14th 2020 at 7:57:34 AM
A duffel bag.
Eventually, yes. For a long time, I only knew Dune in the form of the 1984 film adaptation and a storybook of the movie, but eventually I bought the original novel.
A photograph (in a frame or on the wall) of somebody you haven't seen in years, but for whatever reason, never took down.
A messy closet.
Boy do I ever.
Not a real one, but a plastic sword that I had when I was a little kid.
A closet or dresser that you can no longer reach because you've piled up so much stuff in front of it.
I did at one point, but I shoved aside the piles because I wanted to show a relative something I had, and I was afraid that having my bottom two drawers be inaccessible would make me look weird.
Art of some kind by you or someone you know.
Lots of it :D (the natural side effect of being friends with a bunch of furry artists who never want to keep their messy sketches and just give them away)
empty water bottles?
Edited by FracturedImages on May 22nd 2020 at 12:43:12 AM
Bottles, no. Cups, yes.
A gaming system by Nintendo?
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