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Old 03-22-2005, 02:38 PM   #16
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Okay, here we go! The full version doesn't seem to be there though!

http://www.studet.fh-muenster.de/~ellow/lego/lego.shtml


Wait, here is the full version in Real format... The side by side comparison video is frick'n hilarious! http://www.macphisto.net/article413.html
I love the side by side version
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haha, alright...i'll post them again


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i love legos!!!!!!!!!!

though they caused many fights between my mom and i 'cause i never cleaned them up
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When I was in London we saw huge Lego Harry Potter and Hagrid figures (about 8 or 9ft tall) in Hamley's toy shop. All I could think of was Kim's lego stages
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though they caused many fights between my mom and i 'cause i never cleaned them up
standing on a piece of lego whilst barefoot
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All thoses wonderful pictures would fit nicely into the MOC (My Own Creation) forum
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If it was socially acceptable for a 28 year old to play Legos, I would. One reason to look forward to having kids. Although they will probably get mad at me for hogging the Legos (and the video games too).
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If it was socially acceptable for a 28 year old to play Legos, I would. One reason to look forward to having kids. Although they will probably get mad at me for hogging the Legos (and the video games too).
I do hog up my kids Legos and the video games. I play The Sims 2 with my three year old on my lap - him directing me on what to do.

I luv Legos - I have a big Lego project coming up. I am in the process of writing and illustrating the storyboard. I'll keep you posted...
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If it was socially acceptable for a 28 year old to play Legos, I would. One reason to look forward to having kids. Although they will probably get mad at me for hogging the Legos (and the video games too).

Isn't it socially acceptable for 28 year olds without kids to play with Lego? It seems to have become more acceptable for adults to collect toys these days.

Although its nothing new. People have been collecting toys like Match Box cars and Tonka Trucks for decades. Many of the mint condition items can be worth quite a bit of money.

With the Internet allowing people to congregate in forums and websites to sell things like eBay, the number of adult Lego collectors is expanding all the time. Just checkout www.lugnet.com, heaps of adults building their own Lego designs there.

Lego has somewhat acknowledged this and over the past couple of years produced sets aimed at adults. Some intended for people 16 and older.
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Isn't it socially acceptable for 28 year olds without kids to play with Lego? It seems to have become more acceptable for adults to collect toys these days.

Although its nothing new. People have been collecting toys like Match Box cars and Tonka Trucks for decades. Many of the mint condition items can be worth quite a bit of money.

With the Internet allowing people to congregate in forums and websites to sell things like eBay, the number of adult Lego collectors is expanding all the time. Just checkout www.lugnet.com, heaps of adults building their own Lego designs there.

Lego has somewhat acknowledged this and over the past couple of years produced sets aimed at adults. Some intended for people 16 and older.
I watched a French show not so long ago about adults who collect Barbie dolls, I know that Bonochick here collects Barbies. I don't see anything wrong with adults collecting toys. My Dad got a train set in London and the morning after we got home he was up first setting it up. I also remember that my little brother took no interest in trains so every Christmas for a few years my Dad bought me train sets and mecano (sp?) sets to play with. He used to play with them and set them up. A friend of my Mum's also buys her daughter games that she likes the look of or things she played with when she was younger. No big deal, I think.
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