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If there was a YWS store, would you buy anything?

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Mon Jul 04, 2005 8:23 pm
Bjorn says...

I'll be blunt, I could care less if a 25 cent pencil was an official LotR movie one. I could just as easy go out and buy a 25 cent pencil at my own convenience, and engrave the 4 letters: LOTR on it and call it official. Meaning the basic notebooks, pencils, t-shirts etc. are unapealing to me, but if other things came up perhaps, things of which I wont spend my time right now thinking of, I might. And when you say dollars and euros, does that include canadian dollars? Becuase I'm from Ontario....

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patience_isnt says...

No. Because I don't buy stuff over the internet.
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Teague says...

...You kids do realize this thread is three years old and there already is a YWS store?

Please, before posting, check the date on the thread. It's clearly labelled in at least three different places.

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Tue Sep 16, 2008 5:54 am
Snoink says...

This is old, lol.

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