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Strange and Potentially Triggering Souvenirs You've Purchased
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Strange and Potentially Triggering Souvenirs You've Purchased
I have a strange fascination with odd and potentially illegal souvenirs. Think like ivory pieces, bear bile (not for consumption), rugs/decorative furniture made from endangered animals, etc. If you can't legally import it or "purchase" it in your country (like the BS ivory purchase ban in the US), all the better!

I'll be honest, I really want an ivory keyed piano and a rug made from a tiger or polar bear.

What are some souvenirs you've purchased and brought back to the west that are strange or better yet would trigger an environmentalist?
02-22-2019 02:13 PM
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RE: Strange and Potentially Triggering Souvenirs You've Purchased
My buddy was visiting me in Bogota, we found this really cool goat leg that had been hollowed out and made into a booze flask, it had the hoove on it and everything, painted with a Colombian flag and a strap to carry around, it was probably 2' long. He didn't end up buying it because I told him the authorities in Canada would probably seize it, even if they didn't the goat leg flask would definitely trigger some enviro-weenies.

God damned them all, I was told we'd cruise the seas for American gold, we'd fire no guns-shed no tears, now I'm a broken man on a Halifax pier, the last of Barrett's privateers!
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