…a box of Wild Things decks. They might be my favorite Girl series ever! Thank you Rick and Megan and Andy and the Girl family.
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I wouldn’t mind riding one of those myself…I see a “We Love You So ” giveaway coming on…
KW and Doug are my faves! Brilliant decks.
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These boards are so cool! Can’t wait to pick up one at Palace 5ive here in D.C. Can’t wait for the movie, I know it’s gonna be awesome!
Cannot wait to own those.
no max?? aaaaaah.
Got mine with KW early last week… so cool. I hate to betray my lowly-stocked bank account, but I might just have to get the rest of the Wild Things decks too. To keep KW company and all.
My brother wants one lol. They’re cool too bad I can’t skate -_- *tear*
My son worked on the film, and he’d love one of these! Does anyone know if I can I organise one from Melbourne, Australia? (There doesn’t seem to be a link at ‘girl’)
It would be a dream to own one of these. I am in love.
My son would love one…..Where can we pick one up? Also from Australia.
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you go to google and put girl skateboard deck i have the one with the bird !!!!
well you gotta look for them
this is the link
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Spike Jonze’s feature film rendition of Maurice Sendaks classic story Where The Wild Things Are has hit movie theaters worldwide.
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