New things I want to hoard

With every new day there seems to be something I didn't know that I wanted to hoard for the rest of my life, until I die, and force my family to go through all of my things. I'm still obsessing with all the same things I have been, these are just additions to that list.

1.Trophies

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Trophies can be so fun! First of all, you look like a winner (which isn't something importnat) but still, you look like a winner. That is of course until you look further and see it's for some guy named Fred from 1974. To that I say, if no one else wants to honor Fred's achievements than I will. I love me a good retro gold trophy with fun base - bowling trophies seem to be the most fun. I also love a good bucket trophy because you can display other things in it, and clearly I am a lover of things.

2. Barber Brushes

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I want a collection of standing barber brushes on a wooden shelf in my bathroom. Like three shelves of them. You see, when I decide to hoard something, it's usually because I have a shelf or something that I know these things will look great on, so it' justified to wanting them. I'm sure for my whole life I have been passing up barber brushes because I haven't been paying attention and now that I want them I can't find any or they're disgustingly expensive. It's kind of like you don't realize how many people drive Jeeps until you have a Jeep, which I don't have so if you'd like to buy me one, call me. 

Side note- my Grandpa was a barber, and owned his own shop when my mom was little, and do you think we have any barber brushes lying around? Nooooo. Why is life so hard?

3. Hats

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There's something so easy about grouping a collection of hats on a wall and how it anchors the area. Even if it's just two or three, and they're hanging on a coat rack on the wall - for real function or not. They have such a bold color, and add great shape and dimension. I think my desire for hats started recently when I was visiting home, and I was going through some of my other Grandfather's and maybe my Great-Grandfathers hats, and realizing I can't pull any of them off, nor should I most likely, but damn they'd look good on a wall. 

I'm sure tomorrow when I wake up I'll think of something else that I need and I'll have to start hunting for. Anyone out there have any cool collections you've recently started?