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Discussion in 'Fraggle Rock' started by Cosmic Cow, Feb 5, 2008.
Same. It makes them more realistic and fun or something.
Oh I agree, and I would love to get the fraggle dolls. I can't decide which, so I'd collect all of them. I have been collecting teddy bears since I was 17, which is 20 years! I have over 800 bears, some handmade, some bought. My husband collects chemistry sets from Kosmos and he has over 50 of them. He's also a PhD chemist, so I have no worries about him doing a Muppet Labs experiment. I did give him a Weta Honeydew figure for his birthday, though.
Toy collecting, is fine for me, and we even have teddy bear coffee mugs here. I know of people who have larger teddy bear collections here than we do, but still I have contemplated sending pictures of ours to a national Teddy Bear Makers magazine to see if they want to do an article about us. Who knows, maybe one day I will.
Here's hoping when the movie starts getting promoted, we can get the fraggle dolls over here.
I would think you would already have them there..it just seems like Germany would be well connected to those sort of things..at least the fraggle toys (But then I collect My Little Pony, and some of the rarest ponies can be found at yale sales (carboot sales?) there so maybe I have too high hopes)
I checked at Amazon.de under fraggles and didn't really find too terribly much. I also checked on ebay.de and nada. I will keep looking around. If not, I will ask my friends in the States and Canada to help me.
Indeed. People seem too comply-ant (sp?), in all honesty.
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