YSaC, Vol. 1729: Send me an Angle.

2014 July 14

Beany Baby, Princess Diane – $80

Princess Diane Beany Baby, Valued at $1`49.00, Selling for $80.00.

Princess, Like an angle she came from heaven above. She shared her compassion, her pain, her love. She only stayed with us long enough to teach the worlf to share, to give, to reach.

Intrigued, I went and looked into what Princess Diane Beanie Babies are actually selling for. Turns out there are people actually asking hundreds of thousands of dollars for these things on eBay. Sadly, they’re only worth about ten bucks. There goes THAT retirement plan. I guess I’ll have to go back to trying to teach the worlf to share, and keep it company.

Thanks for the post, Maggie!

20 Responses leave one →
  1. 2014 July 14

    Someone here is like an angle — an obtuse angle, that is.

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  2. 2014 July 14
    CapnMac permalink

    Perhaps we are meant to scan this as “Worth one dollar, in 2049”?

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  3. 2014 July 14
    MissMommyNiceNice permalink

    What in the Worlf is going on? Can’t we just give peas a chance? Listen to the angles! Who do they sing for? Not Argentina, that’s for sure.

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  4. 2014 July 14
    meeshybee permalink

    Too bad it’s so overpriced. It’s such acute angle.

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  5. 2014 July 14
    camille permalink

    {corey} Other than the typos, that bad poetry is actually on the tag of the beanie baby in question.

    During the Beanie Baby craze, many people were fooled into thinking that “Princess” was a “limited edition” Beanie Baby and worth more than the others. But it’s just a beanbag toy, and zillions were produced. The only really rare Beanie Babies are the early ones, made before people began collecting them, putting plastic protectors on their hang tags, and putting them away thinking they would appreciate in value. Basic supply and demand, folks. {/corey}

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  6. 2014 July 14

    Poor Princess Diane, the lesser known princess, her evil twin sister (Diana) having gotten all the fame and glory.

    At least Diane had the Beanie Baby, worth thousands…


    Oh dear, it appears that the poor angle’s bear is only worth ten bucks.

    Well, at the very least she still has the gowns Diana left behind….



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  7. 2014 July 14
    One Moving Violation permalink

    I met this one angle in court. I wonder if he was a beanie baby.

    I was working that day. I think I was brain dammaged after that.

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  8. 2014 July 14
    Ralph permalink

    I’d like to teach the worlf to singe
    this beany travesty
    And obtuse Sparky with his crap
    that never goes away.

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  9. 2014 July 14
    Brer Fox permalink

    You know, If an angle would teach acute faux to share, to give, to reach instead of the big bad worlf, I might have a better comment today.

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  10. 2014 July 14

    Warning, tangent ahead. I had a bunch of mice nest on my beanie babies. And do unspeakable things on my beanie babies. I had to wash all my beanie babies. Those little white plastic pellets come out in the wash. Shortly after that, my washing machine died.

    If only an angle had told me to have them dry cleaned.

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    • 2014 July 14
      One Moving Violation permalink

      [corey]A group of mice is commonly referred to as a family, and also as a horde, a mischief, or simply, and most frequently, a nest of mice[/corey]

      Are you sure those weren’t bananas nesting on your beanie babies? They can be hard to get out of fabric. There was a couple of them that got into my pajamas. I just had to buy new ones. The stains! Eww!

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      • 2014 July 14
        nojazzhere permalink

        OMV….can you clarify, please??? Did you have to buy new pajamas, or new bananas?….’cause if you just get new bananas won’t it just start the process all over again? Like the circle of life, where the papa lion dies and the baby lion has to grow up and kill someone and reclaim his birthright and other people (speaking anthropormorphicly ( did I spell that right?))….anyway, I’ve never actually made it through that movie to the end….(did the aliens get sent scurrying back to Mars?) …
        ………Anyway, true story, I once worked with a guy who honestly believed his modest collection of Beanie Babies from McDonalds would one day finance his two daughters’ college educations…..Ha!!!,…not even to Harvard on the Trinity…….

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        • 2014 July 14
          One Moving Violation permalink


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        • 2014 July 15
          nojazzhere permalink

          Uh….is that yes to the bananas or yes to the aliens?….You know,….ADHD is a terrible to, uh,… ……it’s supposed to be nicer out there today…..

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      • 2014 July 14
        Demon Duck of Doom permalink

        Wait, you had pajama bananas? How they got in your pajamas, I don’t want to know. Although I do recall a similar incident with bandanna lantana in a cabana in the Bahamas.

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  11. 2014 July 14
    One Moving Violation permalink

    You look like an angle
    (look like an angle)
    Walk like an angle
    (walk like an angle)
    Talk like an angle
    But I got YY
    You’re a beanie bear in disguise.


    Earth angle, earth angle
    You didn’t mind
    I bought you here
    On craigslist, what a find.


    I’m just grasping here.

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  12. 2014 July 14
    Irregular Fractal permalink

    I think I’d like to buy Dan a Cork all of a sudden.

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  13. 2014 July 15


    Wha. . .?

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  14. 2014 July 15
    Grumpy Grammy permalink

    That beanie baby doesn’t look anything like that angle, Princess Diane or her satanic sister Diana.

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