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August 17th, 2012, 6:40 AM
Do you have any sentimentally valuable possessions? What are they and which is the most valuable? If you want to, you can also say why they're valuable!

Liliana Vess
August 17th, 2012, 7:41 AM
I have quite a few sentimentally valuable possessions. Some of them are actually valuable like the gold chain I wear that used to belong to my nan but the majority of them are just random things that help me remember someone or a certain time. For example I have a few old newspapers from when a friend of mine from school who was killed and one where my grandads obituary was printed.
Out of all of them though I'd defiantly say my nans gold chain is the most valuable both sentimentally and in terms of money because it's solid gold and gold prices are going up.

August 17th, 2012, 8:10 AM
I have a Pokemon Key Chain which I got at the grand opening of the Pokemon Center back on 2001. I've always kept it close cause it reminds me of why I love Pokemon. Aside from that, no, I don't have any.

Overlord Drakow
August 17th, 2012, 10:27 AM
My karate black belt is my most valuable.

Ephemeral Euphoria
August 17th, 2012, 10:31 AM
Only things that have sentimental value to me nowadays is a limited edition God Of War red PSP I held onto over the years and my sword collection that took me nearly 3 years to gather to this current state.

August 17th, 2012, 12:00 PM
Pretty much all my things. I really love my Pokemon cards even though I don't actually play the game.. so much that I can barely give my little brother a few cards to play with. It's embarrassing to not want to just let him have them since I'm 21 and still hoarding these things. XD;;

August 17th, 2012, 12:07 PM
I have a few sentimental items, but I will give a shoutout to an honorable mention of these multicoloured twist-ties that I wrapped up into a heart-shape from my grandfather's old garden from before he died and my grandma moved from that house..

It always reminds me of my grandfather, and that house where I would have my secret "lookout" which wasn't really a secret.. it was just beside the garage in the garden on a higher piece of land.. and enjoying picking veggies, fruits, and watching my grandfather pick walnuts and other things from the tree.

Those twist-ties are valuable to me. It is one of the things I keep in my safe.

I also have a few sentimental drawings.. actually I have quite a few sentimental things.. I am quite sappy.

August 17th, 2012, 12:27 PM
I can get rid of everything really except my collections and my computer (and don't forget, PC access) and I would be fine.

Collections - I'm really obsessive about things like these.

Computer - PC and some hacking things, I want Internet access so I can chat with friends.

I'm really a lame person, but that's how I am.

au bon
August 17th, 2012, 10:00 PM
The day my mom died, I hoarded a bunch of things that were her's and kept them ever since. Among those items was the last bottle of Pepsi (which was her favorite soda) that she drank from. I have a five year old bottle of Pepsi that hasn't been touched (the actual soda, that is) by anyone but her sitting in my closet... And yes, there is still 1/4th of the bottle in there! It smells horrible when you take the lid off, though.

August 18th, 2012, 12:43 AM
My gadgets (my iPad, DS and laptop) are my most valuable possessions; I try my best not to damage them too much so that they still are functioning.

August 18th, 2012, 6:00 AM
Pretty much nothing. I used to have a few and then slowly I stopped caring. I've thrown out most of the really old sentimental stuff I've had. I'm actually in the midst of doing a full clean out and throwing away nearly everything I have besides stuff that I practically need or just enjoy.