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    Remember having show and tell in kindergarten? Where you would either bring something interesting to show the class and tell about it or tell a story if you didn't have anything interesting to bring? I want to have a show and tell on this thread.

    This is my one of a kind reborn doll. His name is Isaac.

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    This is my bottle. Click image for larger version. 

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    This is Sam, I made him from play doh. He's the cutest little eyeball you've ever seen.

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    I love to just play with play doh. I have sculpted with clay before. The problem with dry play doh is that it becomes crumbly. Is that dry?

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    It is really crumbly. I just got some play doh for the first time in many years last night. That little Sam is the first thing I made. He's not dry, no. I wanted to keep him but I ended up squishing him back into the different cases cause I didn't wanna lose any of my play doh. I figured I could always make him again.

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    I have a therapist that carries around play doh in her car and lets me play with it while I'm riding in her car.

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    Aw that's really nice of her. Does she keep it there for you? Or just have it there anyway?

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    This is Brownie. He is an original 1985 Pound Puppy. He is one of only 2 things that I still have from my actual childhood and he is probably the only thing that brings me true comfort when I am sick. He is the largest size pound puppy that they made so even as an adult when I hug him he reaches from my shoulder to my waist and I'm 5'9". I wouldn't trade him for all the toys in the world.

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    She just has it in general, Oli.

    Andrea- I used to have pound puppies and things from my childhood but I had to give everything away to move. I'm sure those toys will be waiting for me in the afterlife along with all my pets, friends and relatives.

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