||Thu, 8 Dec 2005 05:05:41 GMT
||Felix Greco <email@example.com!spamcake!>
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If you answered yes to any of the above questions, then you are a
peladofigphobiac. You may wonder, what is a peladofigphobiac? Observe...
- Do you find the appearance of a minifig with no hat, hair, or helmet to be unsettling?
- Do you find your minifigs to be incomplete without something covering that top stud?
- When veiwing the creations of others, do you find the appearance of a minifig with an exposed stud on its head an indication of a poor builder?
peladophobia- fear of bald people
fig- contraction of the term minifigure for the AFOL, a yummy treat to the
peladofigphobia- fear (or loathing) of minifigs with an exposed stud on thier
My name is Felix Greco, and Im a peladofigphobiac.
Message has 9 Replies:
| ||Re: Peladofigphobia|| C. L. GunningCook|
|(...) Yes, yes I am. In fact, I have to stop myself, (often) from offering to send misc hats and hair pieces to the owner of creations that leave head studs exposed. Janey "Red Brick" (8 years ago, 8-Dec-05, to lugnet.general, FTX) |
| ||Re: Peladofigphobia|| Johannes Koehler|
|Hello! (...) So am I. (...) I wouldn't go so far to call them poor builders. However, I deny them the sense of aesthetics. It's even worse if somebody builds a train and the passengers are bald Space figs and Castle figs. Bye Jojo (8 years ago, 8-Dec-05, to lugnet.general, FTX) |
| ||Re: Peladofigphobia|| James Stacey|
|(...) I used to and I still do if its a yellow fig head (or #shudder# pink head) However when the fig is clearly wearing headcoverings due to the printing such as this little fellah <img (URL) then its all ok -- James Stacey www.minifig.co.uk (8 years ago, 8-Dec-05, to lugnet.general, FTX) |
| ||Re: Peladofigphobia|| Tony Hafner|
|(...) Yes, Yes, and Yes! (...) I too am a peladofigphobiac. And it's unfortunate, because my sigfig has to wear his hat a lot more than I do. I don't have enough on top to use a hair piece, but I certainly don't have a stud on my head. (2 URLs) Tony (...) (8 years ago, 8-Dec-05, to lugnet.general, FTX) |
| ||Re: Peladofigphobia|| Leo Vermeulen|
|(...) That is exactly why I like the belville figs more. At least they don't have that silly stud on their heads.. .. Well, there are also some other reasons.. But indeed, a minifig without something on their heads is a poor show, and not very (...) (8 years ago, 9-Dec-05, to lugnet.general, FTX) |
| ||Re: Peladofigphobia|| Colin Robert Gutierrez|
|In lugnet.general, Felix Greco wrote: ... (...) My name is Colin, and I too am peladofigphobic. (8 years ago, 11-Dec-05, to lugnet.general, FTX) |
| ||Re: Peladofigphobia|| Greg Hyland|
|(...) I USED to be. When Spider-Man came out, I thought it was sort of, well, WRONG looking. But after drawing all the AFOLs comic, and having a main character "bald," it all seems normal to me. Spider-Man is fine, Mace Windu is fine, the soccer (...) (8 years ago, 11-Dec-05, to lugnet.general, FTX) |
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