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Multiple Dolls Stamp 1 by onnawufei Multiple Dolls Stamp 1 by onnawufei
Because it really does get old when people assume things just because someone has a lot of dolls.

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LittleDevil-Chan Aug 27, 2013  Student Traditional Artist
I collect dolls and this is so accurate.
ladymana-reffia Jul 14, 2010  Hobbyist General Artist
haha, good one
XDreadFulxLovexNoteX May 3, 2010
I actually only own two BJDs, but I feel this includes me because I own so many collectibles, toys, and the what not from Sci-fi and fantasy shows, movies, books, etc. and people always assume I'm rich. No, there's this thing called saving and having money left over, sheesh.

So using this.
Eliea Mar 24, 2010  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
I make my dolls or swap them with others. But I love your stamp! It's great!
I feel you... I've got two and am DEFINITELY getting more, but that absolutely does not mean I have extra cash. D:> (And my birthday/Christmas are coming up... ohhh, watch out money - you stand no chance!)
I feel you. >:|
PumpkabooChu Mar 19, 2009  Hobbyist Photographer
I so agree! Thank you for the stamp~!
bopx Jan 17, 2009  Student General Artist
i agree, but if someone owns a TON of dolls-with clothes-, it definitely means that they have a lot of spare cash- those things are damn expensive!
Cut-Me-Up-Love Mar 23, 2010
Well, it does mean that at some point that individual had enough money to buy a doll, and collectively, they've had a lot of money.

However, "Spare" isn't the word I'd use. A lot of doll owners had to painfully save up, dollar by dollar, for many many days and weeks and months, to get enough; only to lose it all once they've bought the doll. Often they get jobs and save up little by little by little, forcing themselves to have immense patience and self control, so they don't spend little bits of their saving money.
I don't think very many doll owners just go, "Oh, I feel like buying a new doll. I have $400 right here. *buys*"
I know what it's like to save up for a doll, I'm currently experiencing the pain. Seriously, right now if someone offered me $1, I'd gleefully take it. Every dollar counts, gives me that sense of happiness, the thought of, "Ahh, just a bit closer."
There are those few really rich kids that just ask their parents for one and get it immediately, but the rest of us have to earn it.
bopx Mar 23, 2010  Student General Artist
sounds unhealthy.
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