The pink castle was $2 at the thrift store so I picked it up. I think it may have been some My Little Pony set. I liked it because it folded the way I needed it to for my bigger display. :)
Ugh! Must every single thread have an argument??? This was the one thread that I would have thought would be safe. Can't we all keep our negative opinions to ourselves when it comes to other people's displays? Save the fighting for the thousand other threads on QA and DR issues.
Not to fuel the flames, but I've also never understood the mentality of "OMG THAT'S TOO GIRLY FOR ME LOLZ!" I hear it all the time in reference to POP, as if people have to make sure everyone knows "WOAH, hey now...those are GIRLS TOYS! And I'm a MAN, man!" Like, oh noes...is someone gonna think your one pink horse might be unmanly in your giant collection of plastic dolls?
I dunno. Not do disrespect anyone, either...I just have never really understood it. I'm comfortable enough in my manhood that I can buy a rainbow coloured horse without worrying about someone doubting my sexuality.
I never realized those DC guys had Jafar's staff before!
I like your collection and photos, Wonder Princess, though...I have to admit, I probably wouldn't display that much pink either. I like pink just fine, but yowsa :shlol:
WHEN are we getting a Filmation Crystal Castle again? *imagine the quality control issues*
Your collection and display are friggin' awesome, Wonder Princess, so there! ;)
That castle is a My Little Pony castle - I bought it for my niece a few years ago. :)
Thank you for saying what I and several others have said, but in a far clearer way.
Does this look girly to you?
Haha, is that Mark Henry's weights from the Elite figure, SCB?
Daaaaaaaamn oulala! Your She-Ra with the new hair looks AMAZING! Seriously hot and sexy! WELL done!
Nice! she-ra pose :hmgrin:
My lonely MOTUC He-Man has just got some company :hmmad: that he won't like!
More few MOTUC figures are coming soon.
looks cool man!
whos the guy in all the pix?
I am a feminist. I am a staunch advocate of gay rights. I am all for dudes wearing dresses to school and all other examples of blatant rebellion against tired gender roles.
And yet I still have a hard time walking through the "girl aisle" of the toy section.
I can only assume it takes me back to my insecure/stupid/homophobic '80s childhood or something.
That said, I'd totally display a Crystal Castle.