Once I find out what you collect or have even a sliver of interest, you'll never want to see another one again. Beware li.st friends, it's already happened πŸ€¦πŸΌβ€β™€οΈ
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    Roosters and chickens
    Melody, my sister. Figurines, books, dishtowels, mugs, ad nauseam.
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    Jersey cows
    Martha, friend. FYI Jersey cows (brown with the big eyes) are hard to find. They're mostly Holstein (black and white) but she still got them every occasion. Martha has been the only person to tell me 'I think I have enough cows now' 😬
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    Janet, friend. Mostly figurines.
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    Laura, Dutch friend who lives in Ripon, CA, a largely Dutch community. Delftware or Delft pottery is blue & white pottery made in and around Delft in the Netherlands. This pic is one of the exact items.
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    Green depression glass
    Rose, BFF
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    Guitar everything
    Tom, husband. Every Christmas a new guitar ornament, guitar books and magnets. No actual guitars-he has plenty of those already.
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    Musical items
    Ruben, friend. I got him a string of lights with musical instruments he hangs in his music room as well as ornaments-piano, flute, drums.
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    Betty, my mom. Those cute little houses or stores always need another miniature vase or kitchen item.
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    Finger puppets
    Cami, my wacky friend. She loved these silly things.
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    Architecture books
    Steve, my sister's husband, an architect in Irvine, CA. I've gotten him a beautiful coffee table book every year for 30 years which he actually said helps his clients show him what they want in their new homes.
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    The Simpson's
    Robbie, my son.
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    Star Wars
    Vanessa, my daughter-in-law.
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    Maureen, my Disney travel BFF
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    Collie figurines
    Helen, my sister-in-law. One of my more delightful hunting expeditions. You can find them in every antique shop and they never fail to be the best gift she gets from anyone. So she said πŸ˜‰
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    Grateful Dead
    Jimmy, my SIL boyfriend. Jerry Garcia designed NECKTIES, of all things. And Jimmy didn't wear ties so why I bought these every other year makes no sense. I think he eventually sold them on eBay, in their original box (NWT always helps your sales)
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    Stephanie, my niece. So. Much. Cat. Junk. I wonder how much she kept and I hope not much. She's an attorney, married and likely outgrown these childish mementos.
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    Audrey, neighbor kid.
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    Jessica, co-worker. She dressed like Stevie Nicks and most of her clothes were teal, purple and emerald green. Long auburn hair complimented the earrings and flower garlands I gave her.
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    Sarah, co-worker. She used to live in Pacific Grove, CA where the Monarch go in October. https://www.seemonterey.com/things-to-do/parks/monarch-grove/
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    Kevin, my husband's half brother. I got him, so far, bacon bandaids, a tie and magnet.
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    Hello Kitty
    Kandice, my husband's half brother's wife. She not only used to work in the Hello Kitty store in Hawaii for years, she still loves getting anything HK for her ongoing collection.
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    Hearts and anything pink πŸ’—
    @cvlop61 my li.st πŸ‘―
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    Sharks Teeth
    @DG my li.st friend.
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    And the rest of y'all, watch out πŸƒπŸΌπŸƒπŸΌβ€β™€οΈ, I'm coming/collecting for ya.
    If I could get Pokémon for @jennifergster, I would have by now and @justjills got management books already 😱
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    I seriously need help.