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What are the most difficult belongings you've ever had to part with?
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Books, so I would have room for more books. Kids these days with their newfangled kinders that hold thousands of books will never understand.


Yeah. I think you mean Kindle, lol. Once it breaks though, they're screwed and all that money they spent, on the kindle plus those books, was all for nothing.

I was under the impression the books were bound to your account, not your Kindle. If it's the other way around, I can see myself being a bit upset with Amazon in the future... I've only been buying books on my Kindle since I bought it. Um... I mean my kinder! Don't correct your elders!


Is that really how it works!? Oh nvm then!
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My wooden sword ; ~ ;
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My last dog. My ex killed my schnoodle.
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Spent ~15 years collecting Legos.

Had to give almost all of them away to make more room in my room. It was bittersweet. I gave them to a family friend so that way their daughters can grow up with the awesome joy I had with Legos. So, it wasn't hard, but it was just felt like... growing up, to be honest. Not unlike the ending to Toy Story 3.
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I don't even know.
Posted 4/20/13
When I was little I threw my favorite beanie baby on the roof (for reasons unknown) the day before I moved, and I forgot about until we were 2 hours away so we couldn't go back and get it. I still miss that thing .__. I wonder if the family who moved in ever found it
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I'm not sure why anybody would be forced to part with something if they didn't want to, unless your parents sucked when you were growing up.

I threw away every old generation of gaming consoles, didn't tell anyone about it, just didn't want them lying around my room, I mean there was like 15 of them, going back to the commodore 64 and old amiga up to the gamecube, xbox and PS2.

Pretty sure it annoyed my brother though, but oh well.

I tend to not get too attached to stuff and inanimate objects, but it can be annoying when my PC breaks, my consoles break or my movies disappear. As for all of my sentimental or personal belongings, I've never had to part with any.
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Dropped a chicken leg on the floor once in KFC... Saddest moment of my life ;_; still haunts me to this day..
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I guess there were things when I was a kid. Used to hate getting rid of old shoes. As an adult I've lost everything I owned more than once. It's only slightly upsetting the first time. Stuff is replaceable. I actually just did spring cleaning and now own about half as much stuff as I did yesterday.
Posted 4/20/13
I don't know. I can part with almost anything since I don't develop strong attachments anymore. Strong attachments only cause pain in the end.
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Pokemon Silver and my gameboy...

Left it in a school bus during a field trip.

Posted 4/20/13

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Pokemon Silver and my gameboy...

Left it in a school bus during a field trip.



I feel your pain. I thought I had lost my silver game, but I ended up finding it inside the seat of my moms car like 6 months later.
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I don't know. I can part with almost anything since I don't develop strong attachments anymore. Strong attachments only cause pain in the end.


Yeah, I pretty much don't care about losing anything.....but I do hate unexpected expenses (parting with cash), and I guess I'd be pretty bummed about losing my life (dying), other than that, the only things that were the most difficult to part with were my sanity & my youth.
Posted 4/20/13

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SupremeCreator wrote:

I don't know. I can part with almost anything since I don't develop strong attachments anymore. Strong attachments only cause pain in the end.


Yeah, I pretty much don't care about losing anything.....but I do hate unexpected expenses (parting with cash), and I guess I'd be pretty bummed about losing my life (dying), other than that, the only things that were the most difficult to part with were my sanity & my youth.


That is a very good level of awareness that you have.

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I don't think too much of it now, but in kindergarten I lost a book about spiders that I was reading. It was one of those hardcover Eyewitness nature books with all the fancy scientific details. It was one of the first books that converted me into an avid reader/writer. I remember really missing that book back then. Not a big deal now, though, obviously.
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