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What is the favorite thing you keep on your desk?

0x12b profile image Simon Aronsson ・1 min read

Keeping figurines, rubber ducks, alarm clocks and other kinds of decoration on ones desk seems to be quite common these days.

It's not hard to get that you'd like to pimp out the place where you spend roughly eight hours every day.

I'm curious as to what you keep on your desks, and more specifically; which one your favorite is, and why?

My favorite? A little vault boy bobblehead that I bought at a carnival. Why? He's happy, always seems to dig the music I play (he's a bobblehead after all) and always prepared to take on whatever life throws at him.

Vault Boy figurine

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Joshua Rose

I used to have one of those levitating globes on my desk. It was great to spin when I was thinking.

Levitating Globe

image from Giphy not my desk 😎

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Simon Aronsson Author

Wow! That's super-pretty! 😍

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Ben Halpern

All of these things were gifts from someone and they bring me back to when I received them. That’s my favorite stuff to have around.

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Simon Aronsson Author

Love the giraffe! I have one of those Monas as well! So cute! 😍

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Michiel Hendriks

Huzzle puzzles from Hanayama

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The Real BrianPiercy • Edited

A 1960’s era Matchbox car that I lost in my Dad's vegetable garden 50 years ago, and found 10 years ago.

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Thorsten Hirsch

We want to see a photo! :-)

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The Real BrianPiercy • Edited

According to the stamp on the undercarriage - it's a Fiat 1500. :-) Uploads to dev.to aren't working for some reason, so... imgur.com/gallery/cR4Px58

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Simon Aronsson Author

Wow, so cool! Especially after 40 years in a vegetable garden.