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Offline Morgan

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Re: Customs that I did NOT make
« Reply #10 on: November 11, 2005, 23:25:40 »
Very good customs you got there  :)

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Re: Customs that I did NOT make
« Reply #11 on: November 12, 2005, 12:28:13 »
Hello Meg  :wave:

Thank you for sharing your collection with us. I was also found your information on Playmobil's packaging process very interesting indeed :D. I am getting quite worried about those MIB specials i have hidden away under my desk, i hope they will be ok :(.

Regards  Tim  :)

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Re: Customs that I did NOT make
« Reply #12 on: November 12, 2005, 17:25:27 »
the suspended animation that the klickies are in is amazing
they can be in a comatose state for years and not suffer.
they dont age, at all
And their box protects the skin from the damamging ultra violet rays of the sun
So dont worry about your MIB sets.
Those klcikies are very comfortable

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Re: Customs that I did NOT make
« Reply #13 on: November 12, 2005, 21:56:27 »
So now I can stop worrying about all my MIB klickys and start worrying about all the ones in plastic bags that I have bought in misc. used odd lots and haven't gotten around to unpacking yet!      ::)
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Re: Customs that I did NOT make
« Reply #14 on: November 13, 2005, 05:16:16 »
if they are packed in plastic bags with other playmobil figures, or with their original accessories, something strange happens.
Maybe it happens because they are denied light, I am not quite sure.
But the figures settle each other down, and go into self induced comas,  and with figures packed with their original acccessories, the figures somehow know it is safe to go into a coma.

You are right Anne.
The loose figures do require attention, more than the MIB people.
But if they have been treated well, when they were packed away, they will survive the containment.

Geobra is just amazing with how well they plane for their people to last.