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Lego rules! :smile1: anyways i dont have much to say on the subject :smile1: Just felt like making a post to see how many others loved playing with lego and if they had anything to share about it. So umm, tell us how big your collection is, how many peices you can stick up your nose, if you know where i can find cheap lego, pictures of stuff you have made, etc, etc :D (yes, this is just a evil scheme so aj can come steal all your legos)
 

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Lego Lego Lego!

I love playing with lego! It's so much fun!

I have a spare room with atleast 9 boxes filled with legos. (which I'm going to give to a family member)
 

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6 years of my childhood was spent playing with Legos. Many hours every day, until I was 10 or so, I guess. I still have them in a big box in the spare room upstairs, and won't give them away because they're kind of like an heirloom now. Like the family flatware, or Granny's wedding ring.

Sometimes I still pull them out and play with them for a while.
 

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LEGOs are the perfect non-electronic toy. Seriously, I could spend entire days playing with just LEGOs and not get even slightly bored. I build small and big stuff. I built simple and complicated stuff. Then I though up a fantasy scenario where said construction would be destroyed and smashed it. Then I started over with something new.

I guess I have about a full bathtub worth of LEGOs. Haven't played with them in a long time now though. The closest I've come is beating LEGO Star Wars.
 
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I have a 5 gallon bucket full of Lego's , Some new , some so old they had the chew marks from when i was 4ish lol. So yeah I like my legos, anyone else ever get in trouble when your parents stepped on a Lego brick that you didn't put up?
 

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I have 5 whole stacker drawers filled with lego, and brio and playmobil in the other - I could spend hours on end playing with and making things with lego - And occasionally still do :D
 

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I have a MASSIVE amount of star-wars themed legos, including my clone army and custom dropship.
 
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Legos have got to be my favorite toy. Has anybody else seen the Mythbusters where they build a giant Lego ball?
 
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woah, some of you have lots of lego, i'll be around soon to steal it all, muhahahehepee *giggles*

It's awesome how everyone saves and tresures their lego forever. My boyfriend and I have been dating for over 5 years but still havn't merged our lego collection because we'd both want it to stay at our own houses so we can play wif it there *giggles*. I bet when we get married we'll need a prenuptial agreement saying who had what lego peices :smile1:
 

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Love legos, I need to start playing with mine more, and i'll be sure to put some pics in the gallary one what I tipicaly make. :D
 

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I'd have to say yes, though we didn't have Legos as such back in the 1950s. We did have other interlocking plastic building sets roughly equivalent to the Lego sets of today. American Plastic Bricks was one such set with the "bricks" having pins and sockets to interlock them together. Another set I can't remember the name of had pieces shaped similar to cement blocks used in building construction. Again they employed square raised ridges on the tops that fit snugly into the hollow bottom of the next block. Maybe one of the other '50s kids on ADISC remembers what they were called.:)

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I loved lego when I was younger. In fact, I stlll like to mess about with it when I get an opportunity, even though all my old stuff has been put up in the attic so I never get to mess with it. I must say though, I didn't like how it was going. For me it was going to much for fancy sets with fancy pieces and storylines and stuff - it could be just as fun with loads of various coloured bricks in squares and rectangles, with the occasional fancy bit stuck on for fun. I stopped buying new stuff about 2 years before I actually stopped playing with it any more because there wasn't enough space in my bedroom to keep it.
 

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Ok...new Lego question: :D

What was your favorite Lego series? Like the Star Wars series, Technic series, Legoland, etc...

My favorite was the auto chassis #8860. It was out before the start of the Technic series, so it was sometime in the early '80s when I got mine, and I built so many different things with it. The next Christmas, I got the electric motor set, so I put the car chassis back together just so I could motorize it.





*sigh*

Makes me feel all reminiscent and stuff.
 
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What was your favorite Lego series? Like the Star Wars series, Technic series, Legoland, etc...

i love the lego city type sets, cant remember names, could get police station, fire station, etc. :D i got a lego train one too, those are kinda cool as well. but mostly im old school when it comes to lego peices and like the good old standard type bricks, hehe

on another note a tb/ab meet to a legoland theme park would be awesome while diapered of course! :laugh:
 
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OMG I <3 LEGOS
They're one of the few toys I still have; most I had to get rid of when I moved some time ago. Mainly for transport cost.

I have a huge tub full of them :D
 

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What was your favorite Lego series? Like the Star Wars series, Technic series, Legoland, etc...

Massive star-wars nerd here. All of my legos have a Sci-Fi theme of some sort.


i love the lego city type sets, cant remember names, could get police station, fire station, etc. :D i got a lego train one too, those are kinda cool as well. but mostly im old school when it comes to lego peices and like the good old standard type bricks, hehe

on another note a tb/ab meet to a legoland theme park would be awesome while diapered of course! :laugh:

I now have the urge to play with my legos in only a diaper. Curse you!
 

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Before I got into football and rap music (see profile pic), I was obsessed in this. This was 10 years of my life that I don't regret but it was all that. I would say I have like 4 30 gallon containers of pieces and probably that would be too little. I was mostly interested in Star Wars and Bionicle sets. Yea its goin back. I have unfortunately grown out of my legos but I try my best in staying with the Bionicle storyline.
 
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I now have the urge to play with my legos in only a diaper. Curse you!

hehe, yeah thats aweome to do :D makes me feel so kidish, lol.

maybe i'll post some pictures of me playing wif legos once i get enough access on the forum to upload pics :smile1:
 

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Yep, lego blocks and hot wheels/matchbox cars were some of my favorite toys. I played with them for quite a while.
 

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I used to like them but i had a bad experience involving legos, now they sort of make me cringe.
 
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