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What object have you owned the longest?

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I've had this bunny plush ever since I was a baby :)

 

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I'm not normally a person who has emotional attachments towards "things" but I will keep that bunny forever :)

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I've still got a bunch of Transformers Generation One toys although they're currently locked away in the shed. I also have my vast toy car collection also in the shed.

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Im pretty sure i own my own Body the longest.

It was always mine, as long as i remember.  :lol:

 

But other Things...hmm...i owned my Plush Toys for a very long time, but had to give them away after it was discovered, that im allergic to certain types of dust.

And the other Toys i had, are gone to, since i dont play with them anymore.

 

The 2 oldest things i can think of are an old cassette Recorder and an old Button with a Photo of me, my sister and my dad, when we visited a park.

Or perhaps my Bed linen...if thats the right word...i mean, the...the upper textile...um, in which you put your Pillow and..okay, im running out of words...i dont know.

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Well it's probably my wooden Tomas train that my parents got me when I was only 2 years old. It actually looks quite withered as I lost it in the garden once and then my mum found it around a year later. :)

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well technicality my body but i dont think thats  what you mean so ... my baby blanket 

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My stuffed Koala. I've had him since I was six.  

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Easily a necklace that my grandmother had given to me when I was very young. 

 

I wear it everywhere, and keep it on while doing anything.  Sometimes, I'd even forget that it's there as it's pretty much become an extension of myself through the years.  The very few and rare moments that I've had no choice but to remove it were the moments in which I've felt the most bare, and even anxious to an extent.

 

While I can't take a photo of my own, I can share something very similar for visual sake.

 

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I think my stuffed animal collection.

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Still have my first teddy bear. Got him for my first Christmas, at about three months old.

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I have a wooden rocking horse in the garage attic. I got it on Christmas when I was... I'm not sure how old I was. It's like foot and half high at the seat, but in the photo where I sit on it just after unwrapping it, my feet don't reach the ground. So I was... 2 years? 3?

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A square of old sweatshirt that was cut for me at the age of one. I've had that blanket forever.

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A pup plushie which I got when I was born. I can't really think of anything else. I mean I got some stuff like books too.

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It doesn't hold any kind of sentimental value to me obviously, but I think the thing I've had the longest is my alarm clock. I got it for Christmas over a decade-and-a-half ago and it still works fine. 

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I've had this controller for 14 years... this was my childhood... I still remember getting my Gamecube as a kid, and the first games I'd ever played on it.

 

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I have this dragon stuffed animal I've owned since I was born. I think it's unarguably my longest-owned possession.

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I think my kermit doll. It's in storage now. Either that or a book my mom read me as a kid called Cat Nap. It's about a cat taking a nap.

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I have had a  big bear that sings roll out the barrel the longest.. I got it when I was born and have kept it ever since.

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My little blanky! I still have that thing after all these years. Oh and my Bubbles plushie I got when I was 4.

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It would probably be one of the clothes hanging around in my closet, which I wear on occasion. Most of my clothes survived way past my highschool years, and since my body type remained relatively the same, I didn't throw them out.

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I dunno. Probably the Prima strategy guide for Empire Earth.

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Pretty sure my SNES is the thing I've own the longest. It still works even

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Oh, I have a few keepsakes from when I was very little.  My blanky, a windup plush frog that played Raindrops Keep Fallin on My Head (it used to sing me to sleep), and a little music box that plays Send in the Clowns.  The frog broke many years ago, and the music no longer plays, but I still have him.  The clowns music box still works, but as a backup, I recorded a digital version of the music for safekeeping.  I love that little music box jingle.  The song sounds sort of...sad and peaceful, and I don't know why, but it's always made me feel sad when I hear it, but in a beautiful way, as if it should remind me of my late grandmother or something.  But the music box has no special significance like that.  It has no connection to any loved ones.  I've just had it since I was really little, that's all.  It just causes a sentimental well of feelings and memories to rise up.


Pretty sure my SNES is the thing I've own the longest. It still works even

Me too!  I love my old SNES.  You know, I name all of my computers and game consoles, even old ones that don't have any networking or naming capabilities.  My SNES is called This End Up.

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