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40228 - Geoffrey & Friends (TRU Exclusive Geoffrey the Giraffe)

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3 hours ago, donbee said:

Inside of mouth is always red. Never white.

I'm not a vet but maybe Geoffrey has thrush or oral hairy leukoplakia?

 

A giraffe's tongue is black for the majority of it's length except at the base where it is pink.

 

And yes that mouth does creep me out.

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Quick update: In the latest TRU flyer (Canada), Geoffrey and Friends will be free with a minimum of $25 CAD purchase (minimum of 25 per store).

I was able to buy these for $4.99 at my local TRU about a month ago.  I suspect they were put out for retail by mistake.

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5 hours ago, TheOrcKing said:

Oh polybag, oh polybag....
Some QFLL scooped them all up like a douchebag.... :whistle:

I was hoping that thread had ended up in the graveyard of dead links by now... <face palm>

If nothing else, I can reflect on how much I have learned since then:

- It's a jungle out there

- The smart answer is always "buy"

- We all love little Timmy, but not enough to take our fair share before leaving him the scraps

- It impossible to fill the void of a LEGO set lost to prudence, no matter how many other pieces you cram in. 

- Paying RRP now is a far better deal than 200% later

- Christmas comes just once a year. Even if it's still summer out, buy an advent calendar when you see it

- MOST IMPORTANTLY, DO NOT FEED THE TROLLS!!!

 

 

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18 hours ago, Poly 30286 said:

I was hoping that thread had ended up in the graveyard of dead links by now... <face palm>

Oh it's a dead topic alright. I am just giving you a hard time. Haha.

We all have our breaking points where enough is enough and sometimes a person just needs to vent. They may not be our proudest moments and friends might get caught in the crossfire but it is part of the human condition. "To err is human, to forgive divine." If any sense of knowledge was gained from the experience then the occasion served its purpose and life goes onto the next trial.

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