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Old 10-14-2023, 10:54 AM
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When I went to the supermarket today, which stand I visit first (and spent the most time there)?
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Old 10-27-2023, 12:15 AM
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While in custody for a mental evaluation, you introduced the examining psychiatrist to card modelling. It did not go well.
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Old 10-27-2023, 02:35 AM
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If you find yourself rolling your chair back, very, very carefully while you scan the floor for something very, very small.
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While sitting in your hotel room, you go to use the complementary coffee maker, and discover that the coffee stirrer stick is a small wooden dowel...I'll just use my finger to stir the coffee, and keep the stirrer for rolling parts.
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You pay a grossly inflated price for a cup of disgustingly weak coffee in a crowded noisy coffee bar and ask for it to sit in but in a takeout cup as the cardboard cup has EXACTLY the right cone shape for your nosecone.
(and yes, I did.}
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Old 11-30-2023, 04:27 PM
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You have a box of assembled treads for any potential tank model kits you might someday build.
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Old 11-30-2023, 08:35 PM
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HAHAAHAHAAH!!.. I was JUST sitting and staring at my scarred and sliced up cutting mat. Muttering to myself.. "they just dont make them like they used to... "
You haven't really made the cut as a paper modeler until you've sliced the tip off your finger because you weren't paying attention to where it was on the steel straightedge. (I have made that cut -- twice!)
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You haven't really made the cut as a paper modeler until you've sliced the tip off your finger because you weren't paying attention to where it was on the steel straightedge. (I have made that cut -- twice!)
After the "Can of Peanut Butter" and "Running With Scissors" incidents from my childhood, I tend to monitor all sharp objects when within the vicinity of my hands.
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You haven't really made the cut as a paper modeler until you've sliced the tip off your finger because you weren't paying attention to where it was on the steel straightedge. (I have made that cut -- twice!)
And when that happens, you're still careful not to bleed on your build.

Speaking from experience too...
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Old 12-01-2023, 01:21 AM
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You haven't really made the cut as a paper modeler until you've sliced the tip off your finger because you weren't paying attention to where it was on the steel straightedge. (I have made that cut -- twice!)

*sighs*
been there
done that

got the bandages from it
several times
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