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how far off a mental breakown would you guess i'd be?
looks fucking amazing.
like, those magazines just jump in price after the first couple of issues and you end up paying over the odds
over 2 years 4 months.
it's their business model.
giant teenage mutant hero turtles running amok
Having few ales of an afternoon watching your trains ride around the little village and thinking, "I fucking built that" to yourself. Yeah, I can see the appeal.
before sobbing into a perfect replica of a 1952 coal wagon.
but when you get bored and nip off to the pub and come home to find a train has fallen off a table and smashed all over the place you don't have to deal with the police.
Look at some of this shit - http://www.trainsanddiecast.com/metcalfe/kits/?maincat=metcalfe&subcat=kits
for a start, two end terraces together would just be semis (heh)
I used to work in this office occasionally so I have a soft spot for things like that:
but with resale value.
tehncially, it's property.
"tehncially, it's property."
£1,000 and it's yours.
combining animatronics and artificial intelligence would be really cool. oh with guns too.
but it has to be treated the same way as a weird sex fetish - kept private and ideally taking place in some sort of hidden cave or basement.
thin line between boxroom hobbyist and probable nonce.
You're kidding yourself if you think this is any more (or less) socially acceptable.
Think the order is:
Paints dollhouses - will or has killed someone
Paints warlock figurines - hasn't touched a lady
Paints trains - keeps piles of old newspapers in the sitting room that reach the ceiling
(but knows someone who has)
along with his White Dwarf every month and Daily Telegraph every day
coming from you
that you're awful.
A fair assumption.
you sound like a baby.
and with that compliment, I'm outta here. Have a great weekend
just remember that every issue you buy brings you closer to death :D
that'd be cool.
I think my old one is still at my parents' house. We had a hill/tunnel, a station, some houses, a goods shed and a passenger train and a goods train. I used to spend quite a few Saturdays in Tracks in Sawbridgeworth marvelling at their set ups.
just to spite them. THE STARSHIP ENTERPRISE IS NORMALLY £11 BUT I GOT IT FOR £3 YOU FUCKS.
My Dad canceled our Tree of Knowledge subscription 70 something issues into a run of 90. Never forgiven him.