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sawahash
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Does anyone still have their transistion object from childhood?
I still have my lacey, it still provides comfort for me when I'm going to sleep.

4/2/2018 10:28:18 PM

omicron101
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Yeah, I definitely read that thread wrong

4/2/2018 10:29:12 PM

BJCaudill21
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I don't know what this pussy bullshit is about.

4/2/2018 10:29:34 PM

F1V3LSU
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What

4/2/2018 10:34:36 PM

NeuseRvrRat
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gonna need a definition for this one

4/2/2018 10:36:16 PM

scotieb24
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Are we talking about a chopped off wiener or nah?

4/2/2018 10:36:36 PM

sawahash
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A transition object was your comfort item that you had as a child. Like a blanket, stuffed animal, or some other random item that you took everywhere.

4/2/2018 10:37:15 PM

NeuseRvrRat
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i didn't have one of those

4/2/2018 10:37:46 PM

omicron101
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I had a stuffed animal and a blanket. I think I still have the stuffed animal but not sure about the blanket.

4/2/2018 10:38:36 PM

synapse
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I still have my bong, if that's what you're asking.

But I'm pretty sure the "transition" is long over for all of us.

4/2/2018 10:39:40 PM

BJCaudill21
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Yeah I had a snuggle bear, like the detergent. My daughter has it now. It was in storage for like 20 years. I guess that is what you mean, but I honestly don't even know if she still has it or if it's in the trash..

4/2/2018 10:44:43 PM

XSMP
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does a guitar count? or a gun? or a car?

4/2/2018 10:46:15 PM

TreeTwista10
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NRR still has the diesel generator that used to comfort him as a baby

4/2/2018 10:46:28 PM

BubbleBobble
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transgender

4/2/2018 10:47:00 PM

NeuseRvrRat
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i do have my Snoopy fishing rod and tackle box. well, i think the rod is around here somewhere. the tackle box is in the shop with a bunch of tools for building briggs & stratton 5 hp flat head engines for go kart racing. my grandfather bought them for me. it's not something i slept with or took anywhere and i quickly outgrew it and went to full size spinning tackle.

4/2/2018 10:54:19 PM

moron
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I wouldn’t call it a transition object but I have a small electric motor from a toy boat I had in preschool around

Was one of the first things I remember dismantling

4/2/2018 11:04:51 PM

sawahash
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My husband now takes my transition object when I get up in the mornings and he lays it on his head when I leave.

2/8/2019 5:40:53 PM

BJCaudill21
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Uhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh what

2/8/2019 6:32:07 PM

justinh524
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Clearly it's a dildo

2/8/2019 6:33:34 PM

ShawnaC123
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Yeah my Winnie the Pooh doll lives in my closet. He's pretty beat up and is missing eyebrows cause my brother tore them off. I really don't know what to do with him now but my mom would be sad if she ever knew that I got rid of him.

2/8/2019 7:01:55 PM

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