CARL SKUTSCH
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Agricola, Sekigahara, Concordia, Innovation, COOKIE!!! (and Guinness)
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Sure, you love all your kids, but maybe there's one who's such a pain to deal with, you might not love them quite as much...

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Bryan Thunkd
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Have many conversations with your boardgames, do you?
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When they tell me they love me, I'll reciprocate.

Pete (sees no reason to say it first)
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Anthropomorphizing board games makes all the culling threads on this board a lot more sinister.
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Matt L.
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I have text here
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That one always felt like actually getting a 3yr old out of the house.

A fight to get ready, maybe we had fun once we we're out, maybe not, and don't bring it over to friends houses.
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MK99 wrote:
Anthropomorphizing board games makes all the culling threads on this board a lot more sinister.
You have failed me, Splendor! I will banish thee from my sight and sell you into slavery serving some other master.

Works better for boardgames than it does for kids.
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Larry L
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Roll for it
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Thunkd wrote:
MK99 wrote:
Anthropomorphizing board games makes all the culling threads on this board a lot more sinister.
You have failed me, Splendor! I will banish thee from my sight and sell you into slavery serving some other master.

Works better for boardgames than it does for kids.


Wait, how many kids have you tried this with?
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RingelTree wrote:
Thunkd wrote:
MK99 wrote:
Anthropomorphizing board games makes all the culling threads on this board a lot more sinister.
You have failed me, Splendor! I will banish thee from my sight and sell you into slavery serving some other master.

Works better for boardgames than it does for kids.


Wait, how many kids have you tried this with?
Do you mean different kids, or are you also counting the ones they keep sending back?
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Do you store them vertically or horizontally, and how many can you fit into a standard Kallax?
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Geoffrey Burrell
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Unfortunately I have no kids. My wife and I are classic DINKs.
 
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I will never look at math trades the same again.
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Stephanie Prince
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I'm holding out for a Euro 'til the end of the ni-ight...
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When times get tough and the bills start to come due, you'd do well to gather up the one you're less fond of (or that haven't been out of the closet in the longest) and auction them off to the highest bidder for grocery money. Surely *somebody* will want them or, failing that, you can always drop them off at the curb of the nearest thrift store.
 
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