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thread ideas:
>link stores that sell furniture and home items

>make a collage of items you would like to decorate your room with

>sketch out the layout of your room and other anon's might be able to give you decorating tips

>and of course, post rooms you love

last thread >>10433530

Useful links (please extend this list by adding your fav shops and items manufacturers and copy/paste it into new thread's initial posts):

Classy lead free crystal glass and interesting normal glass producers:

Czechia:
Boheamia Crystalite
https://www.crystalite.org/products/

Germany:
Riedel (company that owns also Nachtmann and Speigelau brands, items made after 2017 are lead free):
https://www.riedel.com/en-pl/shop

Nachtmann (products made after 2017, earlier products may be made of leaded glass):
https://www.nachtmann.com/en/products/assortment/

Spiegelau (items made after 2017 are lead free):
https://www.spiegelau.com/en/products/glass-collections/

Italy:
RCR (modern piece are lead free, vintage pieces you can buy 2nd hand are leaded)
https://www.rcrcrystal.com/en/

Bormioli Rocco (lead free crystal glass, borosilicate glass, normal glass)
https://www.bormiolirocco.com/en/products?show=all

PROTIP: you may find items from glass producers listed above in TK-Maxx/TJ-Maxx shops for half of the price.
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Brass and red with black is such a cool mix.
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I would love for somebody to post a gothic inspired room/wall/corner that is good for photographing gothic coords in — dark walls and curtains mean that the details of coords don’t show up but I don’t really know how I’d decorate in light colours but still have classic romantic gothic vibes
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If you want gothic atmosphere nothing stops you from using colors other than black.

Dark graphite walls work great if you are into really dark colors yet want to be able to see black on the background of wall.

You can also use dark pastels. You can go for dark wood furniture and antiques like in the photo. You can also go for faded/dirty pastels for long abandoned victorian house vibes. Think Addams Familly mansion from the 1990s movies. Or 1971 movie "Legend of the Hell House".

You can also introduce white color by for example using black and white checker motive and stripes ala Tim Burton.

You can even have entirely white walls and achieve gothic atmosphere by choice of other elements of home decor. Think the Italian early '70s vampire movies that take place in castles.
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Also take a look at vampire Cafe in Tokyo
red, black and gold/brass/yellow
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Alternatively you would have to invest in a lighting so you can take photos even on a black background by properly sculpting highlights and shadows. But that would require some money and skill to use lighting sources (you would probably need at least two light sources, early black and white horror movies were typically using 3 light sources).
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I'm so sorry you are dumb.
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>>10572267
NTAYRT, but this thread is for actual rooms not hollywood vk shit. Get out.
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>>10572268
I see you aren't the sharpes nail in the coffin, are you?
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>>10572270
your rambling isn't even what the OP asked for.
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>>10572255
Pic related is victorian but not gothic.
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>>10572282
If you want to use design genre specific terms - gothic would be late middle ages and
following that what is seen in the photo is not Victorian either. There is barely any Victorian item in there. To be honest I don't see even a single one that would be qualified as typical Victorian design. Some somewhat Edwardian, some art deco, some biedermeier - yes.

But that was not the point why OP posted that picture anyway. Obviously gothic was understood as in atmosphere. Not exact style. To get gothic atmosphere you do not need to follow any exact style or have over 9000 skulls and ouija board motives. Sticking to such items only in home decor is lazy, uncreative, boring and makes every home look the same in one way or another. It's a copy/paste mentality akin to fast lolita fashion.
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This is what my apartment looks like rn but with all the walls white and I'm not allowed to paint them. I only have around 200 euro to make it nice. Please help
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What style are you going for? Creepy gothic horror or sweet like a candy or other? Are there going to be any other things inside or you have to spend 200 euro on everything flooring included? What country?
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Netherlands. I'm only going to live there for 1 year so I don't want to splurge on floors. I would rather get some rugs I can use in my next place too. I got some ikea furniture for free that looks used..
Maybe I should go for a punk aesthetic, that way it doesn't matter if it looks unfinished and unrefined?
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PS I'm terrible at prioritizing. I bought some coloured crates on impulse (pic related) and now I'm like why? Why didn't I buy curtains first? How am I going to make my bright red couch look like I didn't find it on the corner of the street?
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Visit some shops like tj-maxx and thrift shops in that case if they are open in your country. Look the internet services popular in your country.

If Ikea furniture is all black and/or white and of simple geometric shapes you can mix it with pretty much every style that is not deeply ornamentic - loft, art deco, 80's modernism if you are into some specific styles. If you can hang posters - make use of that fact.

That's probably all I can think about now.


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Crates look nice. I would sugest looking for 80s style home decor photos online. They would be fine in such style.

> How am I going to make my bright red couch look like I didn't find it on the corner of the street?

No idea how your couch looks like. You can add some red accents in other room/rooms if you mean that color seems out of place.
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here's some rooms with white or close to white walls
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Anon I’ve been eyeing those HAY crates for ages, they are so cute. No one can blame you for prioritizing them over the curtains.
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Posting some room inspo for when you want your room to be ~Kawaii~ without filling it with pink aliexpress gamergirl shit
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concept: fill your shelves with pastel junk from the antique shop
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Good example of combining dark™ aesthetics with brighter walls.
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Any crystal glass fans? I think this set would go nicely for generic neo victorian as well as gothic styles salon.
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>>10572315
>talking in 3rd person
just fuck off to the larp thread or something.
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https://www.pbteen.com/shop/furniture/bunks-loft/

I've been looking at loft beds a lot because I want more room for activities. But I know I'm just using room inspo for escapism
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Does anyone have inspo pics for sewing nooks? Everything I've found on Pinterest is either an entire massive room or some shabby chic shit that's completely impractical irl.
>pic rel- cute, practical, and well organised.
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This looks like such a dream. My sewing nook is just a floor to ceiling shelf and my desk. It's a long L shape so I use the shorter end for work/gaming and the longer side to sew on. I considered getting a cart but I like to leave unfinished projects out so I remember to get back to them.
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Does anyone here have recommendations or inspo on how to store headbows and bags?
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I made one of these organizers with ribbon for my headbows.
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what i do is look up "_ display" on Amazon and it gives you the stuff that stores use to display items for sale, so like for KCs look up "headband display" and for hairclips "hairclip display"
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Headband holder/displays (the velvet or plastic ones) are honestly the best way to store KCs and nothing else compares. It's basically like a giant bracelet holder but horizontal and it just displays things so neatly.
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I'm pretty sure those are from aykasa
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Yes I need more like this
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Soo I looked it up and aykasa, hay and lilimore are the same thing, no idea why they don't just stick to one name or why some shops use the distributors name
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How do I hide an ugly bedstand and closet that I still need? Put a nice blanket over it?
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Depends on what's ugly about them and how much money you have to spend on fixing it. Fabric is always a good choice because you can easily remove it and use it elsewhere later, but for furniture (like wardrobe, etc) you can also look at painting or covering it with a nice contact paper. Google "contact paper diy" for ideas. It's also a good way to make a rental kitchen look a bit nicer, although if your landlord is picky, I recommend doing a test patch with a small square left for a week or so to make sure it comes off before doing the whole thing.
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Are we allowed to post pics of our own apartment? I made mine mostly with gifted old wardrobes and paintings from the thrift store.
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No it's not allowed but you can post them and pretend it's someone else's apartment
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>>10575229
tiny houses like this are so wonderful I want something like that.

>>10575729
If you want to put yourself out there like that, you might as well.
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>Are we allowed to post pics of our own apartment?

It's illegal and you may get arrested fro that.
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It’s fine, just do it.
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I make collages sometimes of the decor and stuff that inspires me. The theme isn't exactly cohesive but I thought it would be nice to share one.
I think I'd like to do one with lots of soft colors and pastels next time.
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Going to sound silly but does anyone know how to make computer equipment setups look nice? I'm thinking either contact paper or fake flower vines to make a server rack cabinet look nice.
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Forgive me for my retardedly worded sentence because I just woke up
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Any suggestions for storing jewelry? I have a ton of necklaces and AP plastic junk but I don't really want to have them out on a necklace tree or whatever
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Jewelry box? Shop exposition ware? Hooks in bottom of shelf? Mannequin?
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i use a flat lipstick tray for my rings, stud earrings, and smaller necklaces
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Anyone have some ideas for making my house look cuter? I have a little bit of extra money from my tax return, and I'm tired of living in a boring suite. The places I've lived always feel like someone else's space because I always moved before I got to decorating, but I don't plan on moving again for a couple years at least, so I want to live in a space that feels like mine for once.
Made myself a small bed canopy and swapped out some bedding already to help my bedroom. Next on my list is some contact paper for my kitchen (white marble for the countertop, light pink for the cabinets), some nicer curtains for my patio door, and some shelfs and containers for my spices. I honestly have no ideas past that; I've never done anything more than set up my basic furniture, a shelf for some figures, and throw some prints on the wall because I never stayed in a place for long... too embarrassing to admit to anyone IRL, especially considering I'm getting closer to 30 faster and faster these days. Definitely need ideas for cute organization/storage, and how to bring everything together so it looks like a nice room, and not 'these are just items I had that happened to fill the room'
Would really appreciate any tips/inspo; I'm so jealous of everyone that posts pictures of their nice rooms/houses, and then looking at my suite that was most definitely re-done by my middle aged landlord as I was moving in LOL
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what sort of aethetic are you going for, anon?

if you're going for a more classic route, you can try
>decorative dishware
>chandelier
>cute pillows
>vases
> hanging old painting
>hanging old black and white photos of your ancestors
> hanging dry flowers
>statues
>regal looking mirrors
picture frames of family
>velvet curtains
>rustic and victorian desk lamps
> trinket boxes
>chair covers like >>10575204 (idk what they're called)
>table covers like >>10575204 and >>10575229
>lace curtains
>grandma-ish figurines like >>10575206
>faux leaves and flowers like >>10575206
> stuff like >>10575237
>taxidermied animals like pic rel
>cabinets
>clocks can be wall-hanging or stationary like in >>10575205
>mannequins in bedroom
>lamps
>hanging straw hats
>(hanging) plants and flower pots like>>10575215
>jars of stuff like >>10575222
>candles
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>>10576927
thank you for breaking this down for anon. I'm finding it useful as well.
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>>10576486
samefag but I got some ideas from https://youtu.be/7Y6GG7fPSFs

>corkboards
>put old book covers/spines over your new, modern books
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>>10576927
Thank you so so much for this!!! This is super helpful and gave me a ton of ideas, I appreciate it <3
Also, the spanking frog taxidermy made me laugh a stupid amount, so extra thank you for that haha
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What about using a rattan or cane to create sides for the cabinet that still lets the computers breathe? Visible equipment will never be kawaii.
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Anon that has been posting those, I love you!
This is basically what my house looks like but I don't know what to call this aesthetic.
Most of the times I say "Eclectic Vintage hoarding" but it doesn't feel right
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Im recently cleaning and organizing my lolita room. Im desperately looking for

-Jewerly organization inspiration (in my experience normie jewelry boxes or organizers dont work well with lolita jewelry bc lolita jewelry is chunky af)

-ways to organize or display brooches/two way clips. I was thinking maybe of like one of those pin banners or embroidery hoop things and pinning them all on so I can easily see what I have
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I will clean literally everything else but I'm a degenerate and will always forget to dust areas I don't use regularly until I can visibly see a layer of it on surfaces
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>ntayrt, this is amazing! anyone knows any sites like this in the eu?

Fast searching brought me to:

https://www.fluminalis.com/inventory/antique-candlesticks

there are also many other ways to find such items - online auctions, antique shops
you can also look for shops that sell new church candlesticks, candelabres etc.

Smaller antique brass and pewter (be aware older pewter may contain lead) candlesticks are often not that expensive (at least on online auctions) considering their age. Silver and gold would out of reach of most mortals.

Wrought iron (typically black colored like picrel) may also be an interesting option if you are into more gothic style.

If you like more silver colored ones and need taller standing candelabra without going bankrupt - look for aluminium.
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>>10582983
thanks for the link!
Its easy to find stuff in flea markets & antique shops in my country but we are orthodox, and the orthodox candle sticks are not pretty.
Ebay seems interesting.
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>>10583081
DESU I left that faith years ago, but I remember there are many fancy pantsy designs as well.
Especially altar menorah (forget the greek name for it). Also votive candelabra have different designs. I guess yours is the one where sand is used to hold candles? I remember in my part of Europe most popular were these like picrel. They make not bad decor too, you just have to be creative to create own twist to decor you are going for.
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I would sugest looking for oil lamps like these or some variants that you can set standing on a table.
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standing version
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Also other types of orthodox church candleholders. http://www.alphaomegachurchsupplies.com/liturgical/candle-holders/
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Altar menorah in question looks for example like this.
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w2c this jesus carpet
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>>10583114
there are loads online of such carpets, they are typical wallhangers
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BvNYLU2y7gA
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>>10572231
i have a separate room now that i've moved out specifically for my lolita, and i want to decorate it inspired by the AP stores.

if anybody happens to have links to cute furniture with scallops/other things they think would suit the theme, that'd be cool! so far i'm focusing on pink x white striped wallpaper and framed imai kira prints
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>>10583388
Something like this?
https://htdeco.fr/en/baroque-sofa/1282-baroque-pink-and-silver-sofa-3700850601132.html
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vG7-QF0lcMU
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omg thanks so much, i had dismissed the orthodox ones as ugly but you definitely brought them in a new light.
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>>10583742
The level of decorative ornamentation in Orthodox Church was always top notch. And in Eastern Europe it achieved one of it's heights. Many motives use in that decor have roots in pagan pre christian Bizantyne Empire. Like two headed Eagle that was a Coat of Arms of the Emperor.
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>>10583746
Example - Ukrainian orthodox cathedral church.
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Or this photo.
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As for use in alternative culture I know mainly a black metal band Batiuyshka from eastern Poland. They use orthodox church decor mixed with occult and satanic motives.
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I really want a room in this neo gothic cathedral-style, but it's out of my budget unfortunately.
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>>10583754
that is SO cool. The tripods with the sculls are based.

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eclectic anon that keeps suggesting stuff for me, you are amazing. My house thanks you.
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>>10585118
no problem

btw little sugestion - in my part of the world orthodox churches often use stencil based decorative motives on walls - if you can paint walls you may make some use of that idea

generally I mostly associate orthodo church decor with mix of gold, and red fabric (in my part of the world red carpets on floor are popular in churches) also fabric with decorative motives as in case of this robe. Also a lot of candles, olive lamps and often dim light inside.
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By red carpets I mean generic "persian carpet" patterns.
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>>10585118
also incense burners may be interesting decor element

also generic oriental brass items when done right should fit well with this type of decor
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>>10585139
and golden knots with golden ropes
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You may also for example use generic goth brass cabinet handles or any other type of decorative handles

there are also brass colored spikes that you can use to D.I.Y. spiky candlesticks if you are into spikes
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If you are from Slavic country you may have local tradition of ritual towels that cames from pagan times - these towels are used in various folk rituals and folk magic practices and also used to decorate "holy corner" in houses - like picrel. Such corners in pagan times were dedicated to pagan Gods. Other indo-european ethnic groups had similar traditions in this regard.
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And uf you not have yet any furniture and are going for darker gothic look in general I would suggest looking for darkwood furniture

you may eventually see darkwood furniture on local website with advertisements for used items etc.
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especially darkwood with twisted column motive
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these pseudovintage lightbulbs that are fashionable for quiet a while look interesting
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>>10585277
you have such shit taste.
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>>10585315
and you are differently creative
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You are the best anon!
I already have some of those elements! (honest to god I found a silk Persian rug in the recycling)
trying not to be creepy and all, but since you are soo nice and have such nice taste, would you like to be cgl pals?
Throwaway attached
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all these rooms look like shit
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>>10584927
great collage though, love it
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kn8P6w5gAmg
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>>10585784
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reported for being canadian
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I'm back and ready to dump
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found any pieces so far?
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Pic related is a fucking thrift store, bro.





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