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  1. The pile of unopened toys has many names: "the backlog", "the depression pile", "the rainy day figures", "the pile of shame", "the loot pile" (Bigbadtoystore coined 'Pile of Loot' already), "mount toys", "delayed gratification", "Steve" (I don't get that one either) and many more. It is not uncommon to spot one of those piles in an action figure collector home. Sometimes, life gets in the way and you can't open your newly acquired toys right away. But when does it become a hazard to your health? ToyFarce investigated... We interviewed Dr. Pilefree about the dangers of having an unopened toys pile that is getting out of control: "It can become an issue if the pile of toys is so high that it can fall down on you or your loved ones, and hurt them. The secret is to have a strong base, and not pile them too high. Also, if you have more toys unopened than opened, you might actually be diagnosed as a mint-in-box collector, which is a completely different thing. If the pile is starting to be too much to handle, just open some toys. Make an evening of it, put some nice music, light a few candles, and rip into it." ToyFarce hired a team of R&D engineers to come up with a nice idea, in the same vein of the theme parks height requirement signs: introducing the ToyFarce Pile Height Requirement sign! This *adjustable* sign can be put next to your pile, in order to make sure that it's within normal height. If it your pile goes over the limit, you'll just have to open a few toys (or you can adjust the size so that it becomes the new limit). Keep those piles in check! How do you call your pile of unopened toys? Let us know in the comments! More news at 11:00... Time to open a few toys! *ToyFarce News is parody news for laughs and not meant to be taken seriously!
  2. Merry Christmas and Happy Holiday, everyone! This Christmas, ToyFarce has prepared something special from all of us, to all of you: The Toy Collector Christmas Album! Check out the commercial here! More news at 11:00... Ho! Yo! Joe! *ToyFarce News is parody news for laughs and not meant to be taken seriously!
  3. With prices going up and quality (at least according to some) going down where do you think the hobby of action figure collecting goes from here? As someone who collects alot of different brands I think overall there is still a lot of cool stuff that gets released worth collecting. I do think its a sad time for 3.75" collectors. That scale seems to get little love from any company these days but IDK what do you all think?
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