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Transformers Not Outgrown

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Saturday, July 7th, 2007 6:43PM CDT

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There have been a plethora of Transformers in the main stream media the past few months, in a large part thanks to the Transformers Movie. A new article was in a recent issue of the Dallas Morning News and has been posted online. The article talks about the appeal of Transformers toy and how even adults are buying them. Read the article here. To get all of your Transformers toy news including sights, new images, and articles, stay tuned to the Seibertron.com Toy Section.
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Re: Transformers Not Outgrown (205869)
Posted by Sideshow Sideswipe on July 7th, 2007 @ 7:19pm CDT
Because they're AWESOME!
Re: Transformers Not Outgrown (205951)
Posted by 1337W422102 on July 7th, 2007 @ 8:02pm CDT
"EVEN adults are buying them."

Man, how come people give collectors so much crap?
Re: Transformers Not Outgrown (205989)
Posted by Maju Garzett on July 7th, 2007 @ 8:17pm CDT
Because it's simply not in their own definition of normal. I say people making fun of other people isn't normal... jerks...
Re: Transformers Not Outgrown (206003)
Posted by Dclone Soundwave on July 7th, 2007 @ 8:23pm CDT
Of course they're not outgrown! I've loved them since I was 5 & I'll probably still love them in another 50 years! I don't care what anybody says! Take that!!
Re: Transformers Not Outgrown (206012)
Posted by Hoistimus on July 7th, 2007 @ 8:27pm CDT
Transformers isn't a hobby, it's a way of life :)
Re: Transformers Not Outgrown (206046)
Posted by Liege Evilmus on July 7th, 2007 @ 8:51pm CDT
I'm 31, full grown, I'm a professional and independant person. I have a very active social life(which is bekoning me), and am involved in many civic activities. I am riddled with all the same obsticals and responsibilities of people my age.

I just had to make that point before I say Transformers are something I will take to the grave!
Re: Transformers Not Outgrown (206056)
Posted by Anonymous on July 7th, 2007 @ 8:57pm CDT
Liege Evilmus wrote:I'm 31, full grown, I'm a professional and independant person. I have a very active social life(which is bekoning me), and am involved in many civic activities. I am riddled with all the same obsticals and responsibilities of people my age.

I just had to make that point before I say Transformers are something I will take to the grave!


Seconded. But I am 25 instead.
Re: Transformers Not Outgrown (206133)
Posted by *Elita_One* on July 7th, 2007 @ 9:45pm CDT
I'm an adult and I buy tons of cartoon shit. I don't see how people could think that just because you're an adult, you shouldn't do things like that. Whoever came to that analogy is a douchebag.
Re: Transformers Not Outgrown (206143)
Posted by Collector Maximus on July 7th, 2007 @ 9:51pm CDT
Adult's buying Transformers??? What on earth for? These people must be pedophiles.
Re: Transformers Not Outgrown (206147)
Posted by Ultra Markus on July 7th, 2007 @ 9:54pm CDT
of course adults are buying them those same adults grew up watching the show and playing with the original toys.
thats a no-brainer!
Re: Transformers Not Outgrown (206156)
Posted by Gutsman Heavy on July 7th, 2007 @ 10:02pm CDT
I've seen ONE kid buying TF stuff since the movie, the rest are sad bastards like me.
Re: Transformers Not Outgrown (206205)
Posted by Azimuth on July 7th, 2007 @ 10:26pm CDT
People with insecurities attack other people at every opportunity. That is why I have the urge to sneak when I'm in the toy section, hide below the shelves in the manga section, and not head-bang to music in various public places. Why are we so inoculated with the desire to please perfect strangers with our actions? Let them repress themselves, and leave us out of it!
Re: Transformers Not Outgrown (206218)
Posted by Fizzer on July 7th, 2007 @ 10:32pm CDT
Im 30 next year and i will definately say i will never outgrow Transformers its in my blood till i die, and hope to have a massive figurine collection to.
Re: Transformers Not Outgrown (206224)
Posted by *Elita_One* on July 7th, 2007 @ 10:35pm CDT
People with insecurities attack other people at every opportunity. That is why I have the urge to sneak when I'm in the toy section, hide below the shelves in the manga section, and not head-bang to music in various public places. Why are we so inoculated with the desire to please perfect strangers with our actions? Let them repress themselves, and leave us out of it!


I go into stores and buy Sailor Moon shit without hiding or being red in the face. I couldn't care less what people think of me. I don't buy it to please them, I but it to make myself happy. Anyone who has anything to say is just upset that they don't have the balls to buy "kids" stuff and not be embarassed by it.
Re: Transformers Not Outgrown (206249)
Posted by metalformer on July 7th, 2007 @ 10:43pm CDT
I am glad to know I am not the only one on this world who refuses to outgrow them. :grin:

Maju Garzett wrote:Because it's simply not in their own definition of normal. I say people making fun of other people isn't normal... jerks...


AMEN TO THAT! :dc I couldn't agree more with you! I am sick to death by society's "standards" regarding how grown people should behave! :-x

IMHO, it's not a matter of what hobbies you must out grown but what behaviour! But I am abnormal (accoridng to a girl that taunted me in elemental school asking me "are u abnormal or are you maiking it up?" >_< ) so I could be wrong... as IF I care about that!
Re: Transformers Not Outgrown (206260)
Posted by Anonymous on July 7th, 2007 @ 10:46pm CDT
Azimuth wrote:People with insecurities attack other people at every opportunity. That is why I have the urge to sneak when I'm in the toy section, hide below the shelves in the manga section, and not head-bang to music in various public places. Why are we so inoculated with the desire to please perfect strangers with our actions? Let them repress themselves, and leave us out of it!


I agree with you all the way.

But stop "hiding under a rock", because you don't have to.

Life is not about pleasing people you don't know or don't respect.

Live for yourself, and persue your interests to the fullest; be they Transformers, classic cars or motorcycles, English literature, or collecting pogs (*shudder*). It is your life, so live it accordingly.
Re: Transformers Not Outgrown (206279)
Posted by Autobobby1 on July 7th, 2007 @ 10:54pm CDT
There's nothing wrong with being a Transfan no matter what your age! That's the kind of fandom this is!

Of course, I'm 13, so I have a better excuse to like Transformers than most of you guys. :P
Re: Transformers Not Outgrown (206290)
Posted by Blitzwing the warrior on July 7th, 2007 @ 10:59pm CDT
Wow you guys are a bunch of losers, seriously lol
Re: Transformers Not Outgrown (206323)
Posted by Ultra Markus on July 7th, 2007 @ 11:11pm CDT
Blitzwing the warrior wrote:Wow you guys are a bunch of losers, seriously lol

takes one to know one
Re: Transformers Not Outgrown (206330)
Posted by Fizzer on July 7th, 2007 @ 11:13pm CDT
I go into stores and buy Sailor Moon shit without hiding or being red in the face. I couldn't care less what people think of me. I don't buy it to please them, I but it to make myself happy. Anyone who has anything to say is just upset that they don't have the balls to buy "kids" stuff and not be embarassed by it.


Right on. :)
Re: Transformers Not Outgrown (206336)
Posted by DSanza on July 7th, 2007 @ 11:16pm CDT
I am 33 now, I have been in medicine for 8 years (Neurology) and I don't think that there is anything abnormal with liking Transformers. This was my childhood. These were the cartoons and the toys that I grew up with. I am not going to suddenly stop collecting something that I love. Have they forgotten that these adults that are collecting got in at the beginning? Transformers, and the ideas behind them, have always been very important to me. Anyway, worrying about what some idiot thinks about me for continuing to cherish my childhood memories and love of these characters is a huge waste of my time.
Re: Transformers Not Outgrown (206342)
Posted by D-340 on July 7th, 2007 @ 11:18pm CDT
I'm 27. I still collect toys. It's a hobby. I also play guitar and work on/customize my motorcycle. They're all hobbys, what's so difficult to understand.

I'm sure it would be strange to the person who did this article to see my very pregnant wife and myself go into TRU, buying TFs for ourselves. I know the cashiers are suprised when we turn down gift receipts and tell them they are for us.
Re: Transformers Not Outgrown (206406)
Posted by atatcommander on July 8th, 2007 @ 12:00am CDT
Adults buying toys? Where? I would never buy a toy. LOL. They give collectors crap cause they need something to make them feel better about themselves.
Re: Transformers Not Outgrown (206456)
Posted by Nemesis Cyberplex on July 8th, 2007 @ 12:24am CDT
....beats wasting money on booze & smokes....at least with toy collecting you can actually see where your money is going to....

....you know, nobody ever seems to care about the guys that collect Hot Wheels......but you throw in an action figure line....oh noes...you just stepped across into geekdom......
Re: Transformers Not Outgrown (206697)
Posted by ShiningKnightSilverbolt on July 8th, 2007 @ 2:43am CDT
I say this message lives on to now.

I am NEVER letting go of my Transformers liking... ever (maybe sometime during adultship... I don't know when).

I don't care who makes fun of me, I'll keep on trucking with my Transformers liking.

THANK GOD TRANSFORMERS STILL LIVES ON!

Oh, & I'm new, but not new to Transformers.
Re: Transformers Not Outgrown (206786)
Posted by wavelength on July 8th, 2007 @ 4:57am CDT
oh god, i closed the box after it started shoving popups for freee porn in my face. tell me, did it go on about how teenagers are buying them in the middle of smoking thier spliffs?
Re: Transformers Not Outgrown (206903)
Posted by Powermaster Jazz on July 8th, 2007 @ 8:28am CDT
I open my sh*t in public just to advertise that I buy them for me. F**k anyone who thinks I'm weird. They're weird for not buying them.
Re: Transformers Not Outgrown (206935)
Posted by Anonymous on July 8th, 2007 @ 9:08am CDT
Powermaster Jazz wrote:I open my sh*t in public just to advertise that I buy them for me. F**k anyone who thinks I'm weird. They're weird for not buying them.


:lol:

Well said.
Re: Transformers Not Outgrown (206964)
Posted by Redimus on July 8th, 2007 @ 9:35am CDT
I think this must be an American thing.

In the UK, we dont get rude checkout operators insulting us for our perchases. First tiem I was in a TrU after the move stuff started coming out, an emplyee there ran up to the voice changer and shouted 'OMG Optimus Prime!' (with a disturbing amount of glee).

Everywhere I go here, I run across people who go, OMG, you collect transformers, those things are great, I used to love them as a kid! I havne met ANYBODY (male of female) whao wants to do anything other than transform my tfs when they find out I collect them.

As I said, this rudness must be an American thing.
Re: Transformers Not Outgrown (206980)
Posted by Ravage XK on July 8th, 2007 @ 9:47am CDT
One of the checkout operators at my local TRU recognised me from a previous visit and she said "back for more?" when I got my last lot.

I am not surprised that people may take the mick out of collectors. Not everyone is into the same stuff.

When I was last in New York TRU I bought shed loads of stuff. The staff were as nice as anything to me. I dont think that rudeness is an American thing, is anything the staff in a lot our UK stores are rude. I get sick of them chatting to each other and then only gracing us with their attention once their conversation is over.

Having said that, I did go into an Irish pub in New York and decided that I fancied Fish and Chips and the waitress said "Being adventurous eh?". Could have been a joke but it pissed me off a bit, I WANTED FISH AND CHIPS what concern was it of hers?
Re: Transformers Not Outgrown (207019)
Posted by King Starscream89 on July 8th, 2007 @ 10:06am CDT
Colecting transformers is not and i repeat not a wierd thing...and as for rude cashiers to hell with them ive never run into a problem with anybody at a toy store in fact most of them start a conversation over my purchase in an interested and friendly friendly tone. But still that doenst mean that others havent met with trouble.
Re: Transformers Not Outgrown (207052)
Posted by Ericus Prime on July 8th, 2007 @ 10:27am CDT
If collecting Transformers is wierd, then i'm proud of it. I'd rather be wierd than normal. Who want's to be normal anyway, normal is so boring!
Re: Transformers Not Outgrown (207297)
Posted by Hanch Prime on July 8th, 2007 @ 1:15pm CDT
if your encounter a rude cashier, just ask them what they collect. ceramic Pigs? What can they do? Shoes Purses? F*ck 'em Tell them to mind their own business. I personally have never run into a rude cashier at TRU. They are usually just as excited as me about Transformers. of course I live in California so every one is weird.
Re: Transformers Not Outgrown (207482)
Posted by City Commander on July 8th, 2007 @ 3:05pm CDT
Before you do anything else, define normal for me.

Because, let's be honest, nothing on this damn mud ball of ours is normal.

And obviously tfs rock your socks.
Re: Transformers Not Outgrown (207649)
Posted by on July 8th, 2007 @ 4:36pm CDT
Ericus Prime wrote:If collecting Transformers is wierd, then i'm proud of it. I'd rather be wierd than normal. Who want's to be normal anyway, normal is so boring!


Amen.
Re: Transformers Not Outgrown (208436)
Posted by MegaGeek on July 8th, 2007 @ 9:55pm CDT
This is my first official post on this website. First time poster, long time reader you could say. Anyway I figured that this thread would be the best one to post on first considering its topic. I just want to say that I am all too familiar with hiding in toy isles and pretending like I’m shopping for a nephew or younger brother. The truth is I could care less what perfect strangers think, I just felt embarrassed at the prospect of running into someone that I know (not friends, more like colleagues, co workers, teachers, etc) and having to explain why I’m looking at toys. But after reading these posts from other professional twenty and thirty year olds, I don’t care. I’m happy I collect transformers and ill continue to buy them. I’m sure my collection isn’t nearly as big as most of the people on this board, as I only buy the ones I wanted as a child (nostalgia factor I guess) and Ill continue with the masterpiece collection because they are AWESOME. But yea, kudos to us because sooner then later its going to be our generation running the world. Who knows maybe one day we will see the president or the prime minister with little autobot pins on his suit collar. (not likely)
Re: Transformers Not Outgrown (208470)
Posted by i_amtrunks on July 8th, 2007 @ 10:13pm CDT
It has always amazed me that if you collect stamps, coins, books, hats or shoes it is perfectly acceptable.

If you collect toys or comics of any kind (even the vintage ones made pre WW2) you're weird and it's not acceptable.

Its all crap.

My friends all teased me about collecting DBZ figures, the Transformers, but now whenever they come over, they are always playing with them. You may get funny looks from people, and mocked by checkout chicks, but who cares? Im doing something I enjoy, that does not hurt anyone, and is not illegal.
Re: Transformers Not Outgrown (208539)
Posted by Shinju-chan on July 8th, 2007 @ 11:30pm CDT
Of course adults are buying them ... maybe because those adults were children when the brand first came out, duh. :roll: Geesh, you really have to wonder about some people.

I can't see where my continuing to enjoy and collect Transformers is any different from the 60 year old grandmas who collect their Barbies.
Re: Transformers Not Outgrown (209061)
Posted by Anonymous on July 9th, 2007 @ 8:19am CDT
MegaGeek wrote:This is my first official post on this website. First time poster, long time reader you could say. Anyway I figured that this thread would be the best one to post on first considering its topic. I just want to say that I am all too familiar with hiding in toy isles and pretending like I’m shopping for a nephew or younger brother. The truth is I could care less what perfect strangers think, I just felt embarrassed at the prospect of running into someone that I know (not friends, more like colleagues, co workers, teachers, etc) and having to explain why I’m looking at toys. But after reading these posts from other professional twenty and thirty year olds, I don’t care. I’m happy I collect transformers and ill continue to buy them. I’m sure my collection isn’t nearly as big as most of the people on this board, as I only buy the ones I wanted as a child (nostalgia factor I guess) and Ill continue with the masterpiece collection because they are AWESOME. But yea, kudos to us because sooner then later its going to be our generation running the world. Who knows maybe one day we will see the president or the prime minister with little autobot pins on his suit collar. (not likely)


Welcome to Seibertron, MegaGeek!
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Hope you enjoy your stay here.
Re: Transformers Not Outgrown (209301)
Posted by Seibertron on July 9th, 2007 @ 10:52am CDT
It seems weird to me to think that there are people who are embarrassed/ashamed/whatever when they go into a store to buy Transformers. We, as adults, are part of a new generation who grew up on commercially licensed toys. What kind of toys did the baby-boomers have? They didn't have video games, cartoons, comic books, clothes and school accessories to accompany their toys. We were culturally submersed in commercially licensed products ... buying toys as adults, "collecting" toys as adults, is a completely normal part of our lives. It's no different than buying the hottest video game in my opinion. It's just what we do.

Next time you go to a store to buy a Transformer and they ask you if you want a gift receipt, make sure you look the person at the cash register right in the eyes when you smile and say "No thank you ... these are for me!"
Re: Transformers Not Outgrown (209716)
Posted by flashmech on July 9th, 2007 @ 2:39pm CDT
I've been collecting them for 20 years. My only regret is that I didn't start from the beginning. Hoistimus is right . It's not just a hobby , it's a way of life. I always hear nonsense such as "When are you going to grow up" , or "you're crazy because you collect toys". Well , I'm still collecting them, and if I'm still around 100 years from now, I'll still be doing it. Incidentally, I'm 49, and I couldn't care less what people think is normal. Just because they let other people dictate their priorities to them , it doesn't mean you have to do as they do. Incidentally, I just saw the movie last night, and it was fantastic. As I always say, "Life is good, but Transformers are better."
Re: Transformers Not Outgrown (209752)
Posted by flashmech on July 9th, 2007 @ 2:59pm CDT
I just had to say one more thing. If collecting Transformers is weird, then thank God for weirdness. It's sure better than being what is considered normal [in other words , to be normal, you have to be a sheep]. My advice is: Don't be livestock. Collect Transformers , tell people you collect Transformers, stand tall , and be proud you're a Transformers fan. That's what I do. Till all are one.
Re: Transformers Not Outgrown (209818)
Posted by on July 9th, 2007 @ 3:43pm CDT
The way I look at it, is it is something closer to my childhood which was a time of innocsense and joy... unblemished by the trroubles that the world shoves in your face from teenage years upward into adult responsiblilities. You know how life tends to get rather crude during that period and changes people to become more negative and cynical. Well I look at Transformers as something I always enjoyed and thus it makes me closer to that point in time where I was always happy and didn't have to worry about much. Transformers reminds me of that joy.

And that's a hard thing to do in this world. See I look at it as a way of kind of returning to my roots to remember where I came from and who I was.

And it's just pure entertainment. ;) Everybody needs a little imagination and the free spirit of a child to live inside them every once in a while. Adults are especially in need of this with all the stresses they face. :) I prefer not to develope a stress related desease so young. This is also one way to battle that. ;)
Re: Transformers Not Outgrown (210107)
Posted by BlackHawk on July 9th, 2007 @ 5:54pm CDT
I'm 32 and have been collecting for 23 years. I'm a 3rd grade teacher and I have two children. My students love the fact that I collect. Some parents think it's "cute" but I could really care less. The only one that I have to worry about making happy considering my collection is my wife...lol
Re: Transformers Not Outgrown (210122)
Posted by skywarp-2 on July 9th, 2007 @ 6:02pm CDT
Hoistimus wrote:Transformers isn't a hobby, it's a way of life :)


Well said...
Re: Transformers Not Outgrown (210714)
Posted by Liege Evilmus on July 9th, 2007 @ 10:42pm CDT
*Elita_One* wrote:I'm an adult and I buy tons of cartoon shit. I don't see how people could think that just because you're an adult, you shouldn't do things like that. Whoever came to that analogy is a douchebag.


I don't know, I think some people grow a stick up thier butt at the end of puberty.

Keep in mind however these are the same people that need to run to therapy to hear that they need to nurture their inner child when they can't figure out why they're depressed all the time in their perfect world!

I'd rather know that I'm a resposible adult, and spoil the Little Evilmus inside me cause I can tell you, when I was a kid, my parents had more important things to buy than toys and I love them for it.

They always told me tough when I have my own money I could do what I want with it, and sure enough I am.

But again, busness is taken care of, and I have to tell ya, although I'm somewhat looked down on by the people around me for my hobbies and habits. Come times of crisis, or cander, I am far more well adjusted than those around me that are more worried about being "adult" than being themselves.

KEEP NURTING THOSE INNER CHILDREN!
Re: Transformers Not Outgrown (210730)
Posted by Anonymous on July 9th, 2007 @ 10:46pm CDT
Liege Evilmus wrote:
*Elita_One* wrote:I'm an adult and I buy tons of cartoon shit. I don't see how people could think that just because you're an adult, you shouldn't do things like that. Whoever came to that analogy is a douchebag.


I don't know, I think some people grow a stick up thier butt at the end of puberty.

Keep in mind however these are the same people that need to run to therapy to hear that they need to nurture their inner child when they can't figure out why they're depressed all the time in their perfect world!

I'd rather know that I'm a resposible adult, and spoil the Little Evilmus inside me cause I can tell you, when I was a kid, my parents had more important things to buy than toys and I love them for it.

They always told me tough when I have my own money I could do what I want with it, and sure enough I am.

But again, busness is taken care of, and I have to tell ya, although I'm somewhat looked down on by the people around me for my hobbies and habits. Come times of crisis, or cander, I am far more well adjusted than those around me that are more worried about being "adult" than being themselves.

KEEP NURTING THOSE INNER CHILDREN!


QFT and hell yeah!
Re: Transformers Not Outgrown (210747)
Posted by Liege Evilmus on July 9th, 2007 @ 10:50pm CDT
Ravage XK wrote:One of the checkout operators at my local TRU recognised me from a previous visit and she said "back for more?" when I got my last lot.

I am not surprised that people may take the mick out of collectors. Not everyone is into the same stuff.

When I was last in New York TRU I bought shed loads of stuff. The staff were as nice as anything to me. I dont think that rudeness is an American thing, is anything the staff in a lot our UK stores are rude. I get sick of them chatting to each other and then only gracing us with their attention once their conversation is over.

Having said that, I did go into an Irish pub in New York and decided that I fancied Fish and Chips and the waitress said "Being adventurous eh?". Could have been a joke but it pissed me off a bit, I WANTED FISH AND CHIPS what concern was it of hers?


My retailers know me well!

When the movie toys finaly hit, the check out girl at Target couldn't stop laughing at me and my cart full of stuff and I basicly told her what I wrote in my reply to Elita-One and she shut up, picked up a Cabbage Patch Kid on an end cap and told me she was gonna get it.

There's something liberating in acknowledging you want something. It just struck me as odd that she was so serious about it in all her BLING and designer cloths.

Priorities I guess
Re: Transformers Not Outgrown (210884)
Posted by Liege Evilmus on July 9th, 2007 @ 11:50pm CDT
Liege Evilmus wrote:
Ravage XK wrote:One of the checkout operators at my local TRU recognised me from a previous visit and she said "back for more?" when I got my last lot.

I am not surprised that people may take the mick out of collectors. Not everyone is into the same stuff.

When I was last in New York TRU I bought shed loads of stuff. The staff were as nice as anything to me. I dont think that rudeness is an American thing, is anything the staff in a lot our UK stores are rude. I get sick of them chatting to each other and then only gracing us with their attention once their conversation is over.

Having said that, I did go into an Irish pub in New York and decided that I fancied Fish and Chips and the waitress said "Being adventurous eh?". Could have been a joke but it pissed me off a bit, I WANTED FISH AND CHIPS what concern was it of hers?


My retailers know me well!

When the movie toys finaly hit, the check out girl at Target couldn't stop laughing at me and my cart full of stuff and I basicly told her what I wrote in my reply to Elita-One and she shut up, picked up a Cabbage Patch Kid on an end cap and told me she was gonna get it.

There's something liberating in acknowledging you want something. It just struck me as odd that she was so serious about it in all her BLING and designer cloths.

Priorities I guess


Your statement led me to a two-fer so sorry for the double post.

I'm 3rd generation American with a German/Italian heritage. I was also brought up for some years in 3 Korean housholds(altough I can hardly speak a word of that langauge, hand signals are golden), and this just made me very eclectic in my tastes.

As an American Caucasian, I can tell you that there are very strong stereotypes for ALL races in this country, especialy when reguarding cuisine.

When I walk into a Korean Deli, I get the same strange looks, and always shock the staff when I ask for specific item, Kimpshe, an acuired taste, but well worth the suffering once your guts resolidify.

So anyhow, I just moved to a mostly Scotish/Irish Neighborhood that ironicly has Satrianie's from the Sopranos on the corner from me.

***they are revamping this location into a resturant called "THE SOPRANO" I give it six monhs before it goes back to being a legitamite butcher shop***

Well anyhow, on pretty much corner I have a Fish and Chips stop. So before I try it, I'd like to ask what exactly is it, and what's with the news paper, isn't ink bad for you?

PLease understand, I'm not being sarcastic, I just wanna heads up on what I'm getting into.

As for your experience, well my friend, although a few of us are outgoing when it comes to food, most Americans stick to stapels like burgers, wings, and salads for the weak.

Don't look down on that waitress for being shocked by something plainly unusual, thats just the way it is most of the time here.
Re: Transformers Not Outgrown (210899)
Posted by nintendofreakgcn on July 10th, 2007 @ 12:06am CDT
People don't outgrow Transformers - Transformers outgrows people.

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