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RE: My Nominations for the PHC Top 3 Monthly Contest - Board Games

in #phctop32 years ago

Too funny--I had thought about going into forensic science when I was younger, as well! For a project at school I chose forensic pathology as my career to study. Up until recently I still had the Ken doll that I dressed up in a lab coat and mask that I made. Of course the coat had a few drops of red coloring for effect. He has since been reverted back to his usual happy self to pass on to my niece's Barbie collection. Well that was a bit of a side story, but I also love Clue(do). Super cool that you still have the older versions of the other games, as well. Nothing beats some of the classics. :)

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Ahh cool! That's so interesting! There's something about forensic science, it's so intriguing and fun! I love it! Haha, it seems like Ken is living great life! Clue(do) is really good. Board games in general are just a great way to socialise and spend time. Thank you for your lovely comment! :D

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I couldn't resist finding the last picture I had before I dismantled his "lab gear". I think a friend of mine had even made tools out of clay. It is still a very interesting field of work, but I think I realized I didn't have the right mental fortitude to deal with it day in and day out. I much prefer to read the occasional murder mystery or watch something in that genre and keep my happy day job. :)