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#148993 Nov 4th, 2007 at 08:36 PM
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Elvis just got a stove, frig, and blender from Melcon. Cool.

Please feel free to add the gifts you've sent. I'm going to play with Elvis. He's lonely. We've got a lot of furniture to move around thanks to you guys.

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Presents sent to Elvis(so we don't send too many doubles)

stove, frig, and blender from Melcon (Mels seding food)

oak pool, pond, and umbrella table from Loz (I will work on the beach theme) Sent beach wallpaper and floor, and the beach bed.

Gold coin, seeds from Tina. (tina is on garden patrol and sending a tub, tv, and pool to sell plus more seeds.

I'll add to this as we send more. It's fun to send a newbie gifts....I love it.

Maybe we could each take a room theme and stick with it for a bit?

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Yes, I plan on filling out her garden a bit more. Unless she tells me to stop. I will also send her a tub tomorrow.


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I made note of that above and I will send stuff for the beach theme if that's okay with Sheri. thumbup I think each of us picking a certain theme to work on will be good....that way we don't duplicate.

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I just sent Sheri the drinks cooler refrigerator, the stove, and the blender.

Sheri, it's fun to make creations with your stove and blender from secret "chef gazpacho" recipes. I'm going to send you some asparagus, fish sticks and Jelly. Put them together in the stove and see what you get.

Also, if you get duplicates of stuff from us and you don't want it feel free to sell the goods for much needed KC. Unless it's a rare item, you don't want to accidentally sell something that is very rare and valuable.

I'll send foodstuff and when you save up for another room and you get a kitchen , let me know and I will send cabinets and other stuff for it.


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I will send her a pool to sell, a TV and a tub. And then more seeds for her gardens.


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I sent a pool (sell it for 1000), TV, tin tub, A garden book, and 5 more seed packets. I won't add to the garden until you tell me you would like more, Sheri.
In the garden, you need to show up everyday and harvest anything that is ready and rake any weed patches. But you do not need to water. I water when I plant and after I harvest only. And only the patches that I harvested get watered. It saves boatloads of time. I think you end up with a few more weeds but raking is so much easier than watering.
I have four large yards chock full of fruits and veggies in two accounts. I am working on another large one. It is my main source of income anymore. I like it. It takes me under half an hour a day and I get about $4,000 a week from it all.


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Boy, if only I was a Webkinz. Elvis is living the life thanks to you guys.

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But do you want more seeds? Or do you want to wait on it?


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Elvis got a lot of presents today.

Patunia8: bench, barbecue, scarecrow (very cool scarecrow I put him in the garden)

Tedkinz, 1 and 11: TV, Pool, seeds, tin bucket tub (I haven't had a chance to plant the strawberries yet.

Melcon: food - already ate some of it

Monte: pants, shoes bee antennae

Profloz: Beach room stuff.

I'm going to have to buy me a garden spot. Right now I have the pool and pond in the same room as the garden. When I save enough money I'll buy some more property and get my gardens planted correctly. Maybe tomorrow Tina, then I'll need more seeds if you have plenty. (sounds like a seed exchange doesn't it.)

Thank you all very much.

I can't work on this at work. My computer doesn't have the flash downloaded and they won't let me download it.

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You'll have webkinz withdrawals. lol

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You're right Loz. I've become addicted already.

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Sheri, I sent you some more food today. Make sure you cook the three ingredients on your stovetop to get a cool surprise creation. grin


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Cook?! shock I haven't cooked anything. I didn't think about cooking. I've been feeding him everything raw. He's going to have a tummy ache and have to go to the doctor. Oh my!

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lol lol thumbup

Oh,he's probably fine! The raw food is good for their digestive tracts too, but you can create some pretty cool things from the right 3 ingredients. And I think they fill you up better. grin


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I tried cooking last night and made gunk. Thanks for all the food Mel. You're probably the reason Elvis died a fat man.

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The cooked foods do bump up your hunger meter more than the raw. Elvis willl never ever die. He will live to be a rich fat elephant on an account you can't access after a year, Sheri. He will haunt you for abandoning him if you don't adopt a new pet and keep the account active.


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I can see it now Tina, in 10 years we'll all have about 50 or so Webkinz easily.... lol

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Originally Posted by jonni13
Elvis willl never ever die.


I keep telling everyone that Elvis really isn't dead. Glad you agree grin

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What is on your wish list now, Sheri?


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Originally Posted by loz
I can see it now Tina, in 10 years we'll all have about 50 or so Webkinz easily.... lol

cool we are already 1/5 of the way there and only 7 months has passed!
got 10 webkinz spread across 3 houses and 3 "on ice" for the holidays!
nuthin' addictive about this stuff haha

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I got the first webkinz on February 29, I think. I am up to 23 now with a couple in the wings waiting for future adoption. It wouldn't take me ten years to get to 50 at this rate. Ted does like some of the plushes though.


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Originally Posted by jonni13
What is on your wish list now, Sheri?


When I went to my kitchen tonight everything was gone except the frig. I just about had a stroke. I logged out and when I went back after a while everything was back.

I've made a mistake. I bought an outside room thinking that was where the beach would be. I didn't find out until I tried to put the stuff in the room that it is for an inside room. So I guess I'll have a bigger than I thought garden spot.

I really think I don't need anything right now but thanks for asking. I need to place everything I've got in storage and see how everything looks.

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Everything in a room will disappear once in a while. Logging out/in usually works. The true beach items can go into an indoor or outdoor room. Except the wallpaper, I think. You just can't put most of the things in the outdoors theme indoors like the hammock or pools, ponds, trees, etc. And indoor furniture almost always has to be indoors. It is a bummer because there are so many things that you could do to perk up some areas if you could mix/match them.


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Loz has sent Elvis sand floors, walls, and a castle. None of that will go in my outside room. I'm going to move stuff around a little and make me a big garden and put the pool and stuff somewhere else. I love to decorate. This is so much fun.

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Today, i sent Elvis games. And a cabinet to store most of them in. The Dogbeard's Battles won't fit into the cabinet. But all of the board, card and puzzle games will. He can play quietly in his room when it gets too rambunctious out in the world for him.


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Sheri, When The Tedkinz send you stuff, it's all coming from me. Thank you notes are just fine but save your cash and only send one. Hmmmm?


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I can't get the games in the cabinet. Thanks again by the way.

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If they won't go in now. Try again in a day or two. It gets a little tricky like that.


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Is there a special way to move them or do I just do it like I move the furniture around?

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No, I've had cabinets that won't accept things before at first. I have no idea why. You move toys and games around just like furniture. But to put them into a cabinet you need to have them in your dock. Then you walk your pet up to the cabinet, it opens and you move items from your dock to the cabinet.


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Ok. I've been doing it wrong. Thanks again and again.

Does your twirly thing make you dizzy here too? :wink:

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Yes it certainly does. I will be changing it soon.


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Elvis is the proud owner of a W-pond now.


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Oh boy.

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Today, I sent Elvis an Elvis wig. It is now called a rockin' pompador.


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I'm wondering what Elvis thought of the Elvis wig?


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I sent Elvis a strike-a-pose plant today. One of those was the first thing I got (from Cindy) that put life and movement into my Webkinz house. I love it.


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That wig is so funny. I wish you could see him. Where did you find that? I haven't seen wigs in the store. Thanks a bunch.

Speaking of bunches, I harvested my first bunch of carrots. Someone, I think you, told me not to water, but if I don't water I can't harvest.

I haven't been home to see the strike a pose plant. Can't wait til 5.

I set up the beach room. I think it's odd that it's not allowed to put that stuff in an outside room but El has been cooling on his beach blanket.

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The Elvis wig is a curio shop only item (CSO) when it is there. I knew you would like it.


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