Did I win the lottery yet? I’m like… this close from turning off my own internet and save me from myself. Anyway! This is the Lunatic Queen, and depending on where you want to pick her up from, she runs from $115-200. She’s an older model, but I love it. What is it they say about age and beauty?
The good! You know that feeling when you burn your finger on the stove, and you go, crap, hothothothothot.
The ball joint dolls that I own are made by the company Luts, and I’m rather partial to their detailing. Blythe and Pullip have a different sort of appeal for me, in that they’re crafted to be ‘super-deformed’ fashion dolls. The good part is, I’ve fallen in love with Pullip’s little brother Isul, and his various incarnations.
But, just like my regular BJD collection, it’s an expensive hobby. Full sets, meaning doll and outfit, new in box, runs about $150-200 for the nicer models. You can find an occasional few for $90, or the mini versions (that I’m not terribly fond of) for about $40.
Toy collecting in general is so expensive on many levels. Occasionally, I feel the need to sell off a few of my collectables to afford the ‘greater good’. In this case… It’s obvious what I’m staring down My Little Ponies for.
The bad? My headset broke, so I bought a new one. I spent $100 to get a wireless headset that I could rely on for many years and not have to worry about, and it broke three days in. RETURN.
Lonely? Actually, I’m not. But I will be. I’m moving back to Florida after all to take care of my mom. On one hand I’m looking forward to it, and on the other, I’m not. It’s a tough situation.
And don’t get me wrong. I’m just as in love with Pullip on her own, too. Particularly this model, Pere Noel.