Discussion in 'Transformers General Discussion' started by megatronski, May 24, 2009.
I shall be watching all my DVD's and typing my stories about TF
It has now rooted itself so firmly as a cultural icon in the US at least, to such an extent, that it will never go away completely.
Much like herpes.
Start collecting Barbies?
To quote Spock, "I've been dead before."
What would Brian Boitano do?
Keep finding figures at decent prices that I haven't had before. And when I reach the end of that, be proud of myself.
Put shoe on head.
Start spam threads.
LALALALALAL, I CAN'T HEAR YOU, LALALALALALA! but really what he said,
Get every tf then cry, but it can never end!!!
It can never end. It's a constantly evolving beast. Just when one continuity dies, another rises to take it's place. It is the Alpha and Omega.. the begining and the end!
There can never be a world without Transformers. NEVER!... there can, however be a world without fans. As long as Transformers fans exist, so will Transformers. We feed off of one another like some sick co-dependent relationship between flesh and plastic crack.
If not, it sure will feel like it. Gah!
If Transformers came to an end, I'm going to keep it alive in my life... always watching the DVDs, reading the comics and novels, keeping all of my figures and probably buy ones that I don't have off of eBay, possibly write fanfics... that's it.
HOW DARE YOU FOR EVEN THINKING THAT,lol. But seriously I read on here and other sites
that TF's are ranked in the top 25 toys of all time,sure Barbie and Hotwheels are among
them,but still if they are ranked at #25 (which I doubt,more likely 12 or 13th) thats still
damn good when there's thousands of toys out there.So basically they are here to stay.
Oh and if (slim chance) they ever do stop making them,I will go to Rhode Island and
Whoop the He** out of them,who's with me?.
be pissed, then slowly accept the reality that toy trends change.... and find a girl to play with.
*tries to remember the dark times from 1991 to 1993 or so*
they never really went away...as long as there are fans, the brand will continue, if nothing else, in rose-tinted memories.
*goes back to watch Endgame part 2 a 5th time*
I would start in on Japanese TFs. The Japanese will never let Transformers die. As long as there is a Tokyo there will be a Convoy!
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