Toys for Tots and Other Holiday Cheer
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I have a tendency to impulse buy (well, panic buy), and so I've been sitting on this Delorean for awhile that I neither want, need, nor can get rid of - when it hit me, why not just donate? Then Kmart was doing a massive clearance sale on three year old HWs and I picked up a second car where the driver rides the engine like a motorcycle and can lean back and forth.
>be young child again
>best. gimmick. ever!
So I just dropped off pic related in a Toys for Tots bin (which is something I would have appreciated having access to as a child myself) and it feels good man, very cleansing.
Any other /toy/ soldiers been spreading the holiday cheer?
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Hey, guys, could any of you offer me some advice? I've recently purchased a figurine and it seems like there a problem with it, I've googled to the best of my ability, but couldn't find a similar case anywhere. I'm not a toy/figurine/whatever enthusiast, so sorry if I might sound retarded.
Anyway, the problem is that the figurine has no hole to attach the base to. The end of the arm of the base is shaped like a tube, so it's obvious it's meant to be inserted, but the appropriate hole is just no there. You can see on the picture that there was supposed to be a hole on its lower back, but the only hole there is is a hole on thin armor layer, so it's impossible to insert anything there.
I'm honestly not sure what to do with this, the seller seemed reputable, the packaging is complete and the quality of the figurine itself seems to be pretty good, so it doesn't look like a knock-off. Could it really be? I'm sorry, I'm really puzzled at this and not sure what to do.
Did any of you ever seen something like this? What do you suggest I do? I could try to either drill a hole, or cut the arm of the base a bit and superglue it to the figurine, not fucking sure which.