You can see the excitement on my face as we waited for the train. A rare occasion on which Liam and I had a chance to go to the Sunday morning second hand market. This has always been one of my favourite things to do in the whole wide world. I like the range of stuff you find, the really odd people that shop/sell there, the amount of rad dogs I get to pat and the smell of burnt sausages that permeates the air.
20 minute train ride later and cup of coffee in hand we had arrived at the market only to come face to face with rad 90s comics and vintage Disneyland magazines for only 50cents each. Saving for our trip to Japan next month is becoming increasingly difficult,
I used to collect Furbies but due to lack of space I had to let them go. These two little guys brought back so many memories of being woken up by Furbies babbling on about something in the middle of the night. The seller wanted $40 each for them. Way overpriced.
I ..... just don't know what to tell you about this......
I have never watched Naruto but I know a bunch of you out there are massive fans so I thought I'd share this Neji figure with you. The packaging was so magical.
One of my favourite things at the market is to dig through tubs of toys especially McDonalds toys. I got stuck right into this massive tub and found movie Green Lantern figures, HobGoblin, Venom, X-men and Simpsons just to name a few. I was very well behaved and didn't buy any. Not even one little troll doll.
I did however walk past this Bear in the big blue house sitting on a table all by himself and could not resist. He looked so unloved and lonely. I payed $5 for him and took him home to wash with a butt ton of fabric softer so he smells nice and looks extra fluffy. I find myself getting so attached to lonely unloved plush toys. I think I watched Toy Story too many times.
While we only purchased one Bear in the big blue house it was a wonderful morning drinking coffee on a cold winters day walking around the market. I can not wait until Liam and I get to visit again.