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Top Ten Signs Your DVD Collection is Too Big
(submitted by dhla82)
Random passersby who see your window stop to ask what your late return policy is.
You have several movies that have the same name but completely different plots.
A retired librarian comes in twice a week to restore order.
Table service for 3, 1 saucepan, 1 skillet, 2 sets of linens, 4 clothing outfits -- all other storage space is The Collection.
It's easier to keep track of which DVDs you don't have than which ones you do.
They made a movie about the time a group of burglars made an "Ocean's Eleven"-esque attempt to steal your collection. A movie you later bought on DVD.
You own the regular, widescreen, and collector's editions of the Care Bears movie. Actually both Care Bears movies.
(Murph the Smurf)
"A.A.A. Achille" isn't even close to being the first alphabetically in your collection.
You start using Netflix because it's faster than finding movies in your own collection.
Your quest to own every copy of every star wars movie is almost complete.
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