Very nice! I cannot say I have seen that set. I may have to look for it. I did get the Lego Movie 2 set with Benny the Spaceman. I felt sorry for Benny in the first Lego movie because his builds always fell apart.
In the Walmart here in Derry, NH, there was a $3.00 mark-down on it.
If I say combine it with a couple other small sets, I could probably make a "Mash-Up" type vehicle that looks out of the "MAD MAX" movie series.
For a while on Facebook, I was friends with disabled actor, Quentin Kenihan who was one of the minor stars of "MAD MAX: FURY ROAD".
He had Osteogenesis Imperfecta, but passed-away late last year.
I’ve always been a big fan of LEGO! Although it isn’t something I normally integrate into ‘little’ time (I’m more of an adult fan). But I guess it would be fun to try building a set when I’m having a padded session.
LEGO was my absolute favourite toy back when I was little. Moreso, it's the perfect toy in my opinion, since you can either create exactly what you bought by following the instructions step by step, or you can create whatever's on your mind from one set alone or a seemingly infinite amount of stuff by combining it with other sets, based on your own imagination and there's always more coming up. I still love it and bought myself a LEGO Advent calendar two years ago. Good stuff.
Legos are some of my favorite things to play with, my only complaint is that they are so expensive. A couple christmas's ago my hubby gave me the Simpsons house and it was like $200 and it took me about 4 days to put together. I loved every second of it but for 4 days of fun and about $10 worth of plastic it should be at the very most half that to include licensing and design.