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In the depths of the Swedish winter.... - Peter Hentges

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December 24th, 2004


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12:08 am - In the depths of the Swedish winter....
There lurk nameless horrors in the Nordic reaches. Well, not nameless. And not so much horrible as bizzare and cushy. They call them ... BLIMP!
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From:laurel
Date:December 24th, 2004 07:07 am (UTC)
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Heh. Kevin liked those. If they were just a little cheaper (and I hadn't already bought him so much stuff), he'd likely be getting at least one of 'em for Christmas.

Pier 1 has some cute stuffed actual sea creatures available at their stores. Not mutants like these.

My favorite kids item of the moment at Ikea is SPOKA. I have the blue ghost light and it rocked my world until it died or something. Is a rechargeable rubber light. The ghost glows blue when you tap it on the head. Great for when one needs a little light at night. There's also a red ghost and a green ghost, that are slightly different shaped. I need to get back to Ikea and exchange my blue ghost for one that works.
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From:jbru
Date:December 24th, 2004 07:27 am (UTC)
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Oh, cool. That is a neat light. Sorry yours is on the blink (so to speak). I would go for a red one myself, to conserve night vision in case of sneak attack by monsters under the bed.
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From:von_krag
Date:December 24th, 2004 07:37 am (UTC)
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Better make sure you have your cap 6-shooter and airsoft Winchester 94 too. Them monsters are tough.
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From:jbru
Date:December 24th, 2004 11:50 am (UTC)
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Dude, you can't scare monsters with that stuff. Your only hope is covers. Monsters can't get through the covers.

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