December 11, 2010

To his friend in response to criticism on his buying a $45 Tarot (the chesty naked witch) statue...

16 comments:

  1. He obviously has so many girls to call and ask out...

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  2. Man knows his priorities. Atta boy.

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  3. Nobody is calling this guy... He should just leave it off.

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  4. As someone who doesn't own a cell phone, I have to say that I agree with him on this point. On the other hand...a Tarot statue?

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  5. I wonder what was so important about owning it. Maybe it is just the obvious fact that it could be used as pr0n, but maybe there is another, more obscure reason!

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  6. that's the fandom seen in us anime fans right there. I have a few friends who have to live off of Ramen noodles and $1 menu burgers for at least a week after going to a convention lol. sometimes you just gotta get the statue ^.^

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  7. DemonicBunny12/12/2010 2:53 AM

    I have a cell phone that has been out of minutes for a couple weeks now, so I have to agree that sometimes phone isn't important. As for the question of phone vs. a $45 statue of some comic character, I'd go with phone because that leaves me with $20 for food.

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  8. At first reaction I wanted to shake my head and say: "How pathetic..."
    But, well, I've bought comics or toys or DVDs instead of paying a bill before- so I can't really judge. Sometimes you just HAVE to have something.
    And like a few others have said; of all the things to put off paying on for awhile, yeah- who cares about a cellphone? It can wait.

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  9. I am down with him

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  10. Wow...even the replies to this one are pathetic.

    Comics, statues, movies and the like are luxuries. Hobbies.

    Families, commitments (like bills--think paying those late don't mean anything? Look at your credit report), food and other needs take priority.

    Man, this level of miserable existence is exactly why I buy my comics (after family, bills and food)at the store and get out as soon as possible. For as much as I enjoy the hobby, the people around it can be pathetic.

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  11. Makes me wonder how late he was already--and vicariously how much he already dumped on crap already instead of paying bills.

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  12. provoked an angry response from a comment above! What's to say from the speech in the cartoon that the statue wasn't a gift for family?

    Something he knew someone else really wanted and was selflessly going without to make someone else happy.

    I doubt this was the case at all, just saying seems a strange thing to get upset about given the limited information.

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  13. I don't know, what did the statue look like? ;)

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  14. Statue looks like this: http://www.entertainmentearth.com/prodinfo.asp?number=DC70013

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  15. AWWW tell your customer to ping me for extra Tarot Magick!

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  16. It's amazing what some people would rather have than money.

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