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okay, so i like hats.

 

i own about 50ish hats right now. most of them come from my friend hunter, who enlisted in the military who collected hats. i have a pretty good range of odd hats, stylish hats, regular hats, even hats we drew on ourselves. some hats have stories behind them, like there's one hat that was rescued from a  burnt down apartment. some hats include a couple snapbacks, sports team hats, a godzilla hat, a christmas hat that has mistletoe on it, an old school WWE hat with some wrestlers on it. i can show you guys some pictures of hats that i have but ill need to get my hands on a camera.

 

i also like masks but i don't have too many of those, i have 3 or 4 rn. i had a couple others but those were given away to friends.

 

what do you guys like? they don't have to particularly be something you collect like i wrote.

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I like alcohol and weed, they keep me sane

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i like the new song by lorde. it's the best song of the year so far.

 

 

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I like things that feel 'solid'

Yknow when you picked up an old ipod classic it felt 'heavy'? Like the weight conveyed value? I loved that feeling (even if it was only because lol mechanical hard drive)

I like things made of wood for similar reasons, it feels 'real' - just cut from some tree (instead of synthetics or partical board)

I like manual transmission partly because I'd trade comfort for control any day but also for the satisfaction of pushing a clutch and clicking a gear into place 

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On 04/03/2017 at 10:35 PM, rei said:

I like things that feel 'solid'

Yknow when you picked up an old ipod classic it felt 'heavy'? Like the weight conveyed value? I loved that feeling (even if it was only because lol mechanical hard drive)

I like things made of wood for similar reasons, it feels 'real' - just cut from some tree (instead of synthetics or partical board)

I like manual transmission partly because I'd trade comfort for control any day but also for the satisfaction of pushing a clutch and clicking a gear into place 


This is actually a common enough thing for shit like Beats headphones to put extra weights in them so that they feel more valuable when you're holding them. 

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yeah. too bad beats are a shit product eh 

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I like old shitty board games. Especially trivia games with out of date themes or awful grammar. 

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i really like pro wrestling and i think im the smartest pro wrestling fan on who uses this website. don't @ me

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i really like pro wrestling and i think im the smartest pro wrestling fan on who uses this website. don't @ me

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On 3/4/2017 at 4:35 PM, rei said:

I like things that feel 'solid'

Yknow when you picked up an old ipod classic it felt 'heavy'? Like the weight conveyed value? I loved that feeling (even if it was only because lol mechanical hard drive)

I like things made of wood for similar reasons, it feels 'real' - just cut from some tree (instead of synthetics or partical board)

I actually like the opposite for phones, lightweight but powerful phones make me feel closer to the eventual "hologram in your hand" reality I saw in sci-fi movies/shows as a kid

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i like theo von <3 

 

 

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^meh

 

Stand up comedy... The way most people talk about music. 

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