I have a hoarding problem, part 7,5.

In September last year, I made the seventh Hoarding problems post containing my Funko Pop! collection. Since then, my collection has grown, a lot. Let me show you my updated Funko collection! These are all the boxes that I’ve put on top of my bookcase. I’ve sort of put them in order of when I got them, with the older ones at the back and the new ones up front. On the top shelf I have Rey and BB-8, both from Star Wars. After watching the movie I fell in love with BB-8, and I wanted a Pop! right away. The store where I usually …

I have a hoarding problem, part seven: Funko Pop!

You may have heard of ‘Funko Pop!’, but in case you haven’t here’s a brief explanation. Funko Pop! are small figures of popular things – TV shows, movies, games, etc etc – that you can buy and collect. They are about 9 centimeters high and they all have a large head and small body. Some of them (mostly the Marvel ones) have bobble heads – meaning that their heads are attached to their necks with a spring and you can wiggle their heads, wooh! And they look so much like the characters! They’ve been around for years already, but I only found out about them last year, …

My Hoarding Problem: THG & Hobbit merch

In my previous post, I showed you my Doctor Who and Harry Potter merch. This post will be about my two newest ‘addictions’, The Hunger Games and The Hobbit. Okay, I honestly don’t have that much Hobbit merch, not yet, but this is what I’ve got so far. I got a puzzle at HobbitCon (which I’ve finished twice in the meantime); a magazine with a cool 3D cover of Thorin, the actual book (not a film cover though, but it is an image that looks very similar to one of the posters). I also have a cool Hobbit mug (with that image on it), some HobbitCon goodies, …

My Hoarding Problem: Fandom merch

Welcome to another hoarding problems post! This time it’s more merch… Fandom merch! I found out while ‘researching’ for this post that I don’t own that much Harry Potter merch, which is strange because I’ve been a huge fan of this series since I was a kid (maybe a lot of it got thrown away? I guess so). Anyway, below this text you can see all my Doctor Who merch and my Harry Potter merch! (again, apologies for the dark pictures, there’s something wrong with my camera settings and I just cannot fix it). I’ve only been a fan of this show for less than …

My Hoarding Problem: more bandmerch!

Of course I have lots more bandmerch than just the one picture I posted before. Today I will show you my bandshirts and my Only Seven Left merch. (There may be some repeats from the previous post, but #yolo). I believe I have a couple more shirts, but I cannot find them for the life of me. Anyway, here are all the shirts I can find, let me guide you through them. From top to bottom, left to right I have Findel, Only Seven Left, Chapter January, Haribo Macht Kinder Froh, Nirvana, Only Seven Left. Only Seven Left, The Blackout, Only Seven Left, You Ate My Dog, …

My Hoarding Problem: Bandmerch

A while back, I posted the first post in a series called ‘My Hoarding Problem‘. Today, I will give you part two, which will be mostly band merch and jewelry. I don’t know yet what I’ll post in my next hoarding post, but I’ve made a list of all the things I hoard so you’ll find out very soon! If you exclude the t-shirts that I own, this is all the band merch I own. It’s mostly bracelets and guitar picks though, but I also have three drumsticks – two, I believe, are from Only Seven Left and one is from MakeBelieve. The guitarpicks are …

My Hoarding Problem: Books, CD’s.

I believe I mentioned it before, that I was going to make pictures of all the things I collect. Because I collect quote a number of things: games, nailpolish, iphone cases, books, dvd’s and cd’s, fandom merch, funko’s and a couple of other things I cannot remember at the moment. So I’ve made pictures of all of those things, and I will share them with you in a post series called ‘My Hoarding Problem’. Enjoy part one, which will be all about books. It may not seem like a lot to you people, but for someone who hardly read any books in 2011, I think …