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Yeah, I finally got around to watching the Lord of the Rings films a few months ago, and every time we saw Merri & Pippin cooking up a meal in a skillet, I got soooo hungry! Next payday, I'm headin' to Denny's!
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In the States it's spelled mold, in Britain (and some other places) it's spelled mould. Two counties divided by a common language. : )
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I worship at the altar of her majesty, Hello Kitty!! I have been collecting HK since 1978. I have some Sanrio tattoos (Hello Kitty in a devil suit and Kuromi surrounded with skulls), and I have LOTS of merchandise and collectibles, but alas, I do not own this book. Being out of work has put a crunch on my collecting. I'd love to win this incredible book of art! Thanks for the chance to win.
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I first got into Hello Kitty towards the late 70's. Riding the bus and Hello Kitty school supplies. The erasers always smelled like candy and I never wanted to use them so she would stay nice, new and clean, etc. I have always associated Hello Kitty with good memories. Couple of years ago stationed in the mideast, I came across a Hello Kitty blanket at a local market and it became my happiness during a long time away from home, family, and friends. I kept the blanket on my bunk, bright pink in an army green atmosphere of concrete floors covered with persian rugs and military lockers and bunk-beds scattered about. I love Hello Kitty, because she reminds me of who I am, and who I strive to be.
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I don't really love Hello Kitty, but my girlfriend does. She threatened to leave me if I didn't sign up for this contest. I hope I win, because I really love my girlfriend even though she loves Hello Kitty more than me.
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Hello Kitty is simple, classic, colorful and always cute. Since I was a kid, I've had a particular love of Hello Kitty coloring books. Me and my mom would sit down on a Sunday morning and color page after page together. I could customize her in any way I wanted and create a bright, beautiful and colorful world with her. It's something I still do with my mom today.

Recently I've been struggling with how to be an adult and still love Hello Kitty. Can I, being a twenty-something now, walk around with a Hello Kitty backpack? How do you reconcile being an adult and still loving something a lot of people associate with children? This art book seems like a step in the right direction.
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I love Hello Kitty. I'm a guy, and people think I'm weird cause of it, but I can't help it. I don't know why I like her, but it is probably the simple lines depicting such a cute character. And besides, the "backstory" is rather charming and innocent. The world could use more of this.
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