irl collections
I love collecting stuff, and as such, I have more than a few ongoing collections. Feel free to click on the images for bigger versions!

pink mustaches plushies stationery
itty bitty vials enamel pins the chain o' stuff™

pink mustaches
Originally inspired by Markiplier's trademark pink mustache logo (hence the photo of him), my pink mustache collection has kind of taken on a life of its own. It includes earrings, lip gloss, a lighter (which was a gift from someone upon seeing my existing collection), even a Lyft usb car light (bless you, eBay)!


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plushies
Say hello to The Squad™. It's probably apparent a few other things I collect, namely hedgehogs, unicorns, and rainbows (and thus rainbow hedgehogs and rainbow unicorns). Most of these I've collected myself over the past few years, though the bat—he's named Batty—was a gift from my mom.


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stationery
I've loved stationery since I was a little kid. My favorites of all are interesting pens and pencils, many of which are photographed here. The second pic is a closeup of the pink pen with the fluffy keychain on it, since you can't see the rainbow well with all that floof.


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itty bitty vials
For many years now, I've collected tiny souvenirs in vials (tiny bottles). There's a pretty long chain now, and highlights include sand from the beaches my mom and I visited on our road trip in 2019, a mini clay bunny a friend bought me, a tiny piece of sea glass I discovered on the beach in Malibu, blue glitter that was used to decorate spirit sticks when I was a pee-wee cheerleader, and samples of several metals I've acquired over time.



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enamel pins
Along with pins representins stuff I love, I also try to get a pin everywhere I travel to. I'm going to have to get a second banner soon!


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the Chain O' Stuff™
At some point I started stringing together all sorts of keychains, old necklaces, small toys, together into a conglomeration I now call "The Chain o' Stuff." Some highlights include the LEGO Ninja Turtles that once hung on a late friend's purse, a kitty cat toy that I had as a child and recently replaced (thanks Etsy!), a glittery bunny pin I've had since I was little, a Michelangelo art badge I got at a convention years ago, and a picture of the aforementioned late friend from an old Busch Gardens souvenir.



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