Almost want to become a findomme so I can get men to buy me absolutely bizarre shit from Cyberdog

Ridiculous shit from Cyberdog that I want men to buy for me if I become a findomme 

This seems both comfortable *AND* fashionable -- all yours for only £40

cyberdog.net/collections/cyber

Ridiculous shit from Cyberdog that I want men to buy for me if I become a findomme 

I kinda want this, you can cover your head with a laundry basket at will. For only £250! cyberdog.net/collections/cyber

Ridiculous shit from Cyberdog that I want men to buy for me if I become a findomme 

I know it looks like I'm making fun of Cyberdog here but I'd literally buy their entire store if I had enough money

Ridiculous shit from Cyberdog that I want men to buy for me if I become a findomme 

Except this. Why is Kappa having a resurgence? Why did anyone ever like Kappa in the first place? Did anyone ever like Kappa? Has anyone ever liked Kappa? :spinthink:

Ridiculous shit from Cyberdog that I want men to buy for me if I become a findomme 

@andi probably not, but it was Omnipresent and that's all that's needed for nostalgia, i think. it reminds us of a Time

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Ridiculous shit from Cyberdog that I want men to buy for me if I become a findomme 

@monsterblue Is that it? Is it all just detached signifiers that lodge in our brain like a TV tuned to a dead channel &c., &c.?

Ridiculous shit from Cyberdog that I want men to buy for me if I become a findomme 

@andi yes and no, i think-- echoes, fragments, but not entirely detached. if you were having a particularly awful time in your life when kappa was popular, maybe it would give a bad, slimy feeling rather than a fond one. for other people, it's more like an image that was popping up constantly around times when they *were* happy. either way, none of these things are detached-- they work *because* they're swirled in with so many other memories, like how a piece of background music can evoke the movie moment it accompanied

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