What do you collect?

Noraintoday

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Used to collect warhammer figures, but sold them after college. Had some vinyls, but sold it too.
I guess the only stuff I collect are PC games in big box packages. I keep my collection at my dad's house (I hope he haven't threw it to thrash). My most valuable items are Half-Life and WoW Burning Crusade. I play WoW sometimes, but it seems to me that game became a lot harder since Mists of Pandaria. But boosting services like https://e2p.com helps me a lot with the difficulty. I hope Blizzard won't mess the WoW Classic so hard.
 
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tunitech

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I used to collect badges when I was a kid. Then I grew older and started collecting coins from European countries where I was on holidays or business trips. Collecting for me it was like a way to keep emotions from my childhood and trips alive. I also wrote short reports about my trips on a website like Medium as an additional way to keep my memories bright.
 

Jion_Wansu

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At least TRMK General Discussion isn't as crazy as SRK General Discussion. People going crazy in the COVID-19 and election threads and so forth lol.
 
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KayBur

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I collect car models. There are already 70 different pieces in the collection. They used to be placed on the shelf, but they collect dust so much that I freaked out and collected them in a box.
 

KayBur

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I like to collect perfume bottles and I love rectangular bottles like Chanel, Serge Lutens and Narciso Rodriguez. My favorite bottle ever is Vol de Nuit by Guerlain.
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Cool hobby, but expensive. Some samples can cost several thousand dollars. If you are seriously into this, then you need to be prepared for huge expenses - this is a statement of fact.
 

KayBur

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I wonder if anyone on this forum collects butterflies? I read a lot about this activity, but I understand that I could not do it myself - it is very difficult to properly dry a butterfly, and then also store it.
 
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