who likes legos

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Mar 23, 2008

who likes legos by mooney6 at 5:33 PM (4,470 Views / 0 Likes) 46 replies

  1. mooney6
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    my brother realy likes legos [​IMG]
     


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    I used to love LEGO, and after reading William Gibson's latest novel, I have an urge to buy some again ... though for probably a different purpose than I would have used them as a child.
     
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    Legos are awesome.
    I don't think any childhood is complete without a big box of Legos.

    I loved trying to imitate whatever they did on the box cover.

    There's also this other kind which uses magnets. I think it was called K'nex. That rocked too [​IMG]
     
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    yep legos roock muhamuha [​IMG]
     
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    Nah, K'nex isn't the magnetic one ... K'nex is the ones with the long thin stick-like pieces, and the wheel lookin' thing that they click into ... there are a few magnetic ones, though.
     
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    I used to do that too.
    Also got catalogs in the mail, even though I never ordered from them. I would also try to build the stuff in them using whatever I already had.
    By the time I sold them, I had two large cardboard boxes full of just LEGOs. No original boxes or manuals, just the LEGOs.
    Only reason I lost interest in them was because I got a job early on and was finally able to buy myself video games.
     
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    Legos are still awesome. I use to buy like from a catalog that comes every 2 weeks.

    I also like.. bought RockRaiders and LegoLand for the PC
     
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    I loved Legos. It was all the fun of playing with a toy rocket ship, or air plane, or car, or boat, or UFO that you got to build on your own! The local mall has a Lego Store where you can buy a small can to put the Legos you want into. They mainly have red though..

    @above: I LOVED LEGOLAND FOR THE PC, and I ALSO LOVED ROCK RAIDERS (still do, even still am afraid of the levels with a limited amount of oxygen)
     
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    Ain't Legoland a themepark? lol

     
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    LEGO Land is a themepark, and a series of titles on the PC.
     
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    Protip: LEGO not lee-goss
     
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    So what exactly is the point of this thread? Anything to do with NDS games at all?

    That aside, yes I like Lego, though I was never really good at it when I was younger and now... I don't suck as much [​IMG]
     
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    Don't think so. Unless there's a new Lego game for DS.

    I never liked lego, really. By the way, what is the plural of Lego? Lego or Legos? I think it's just Lego, personally. Discuss?
     
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    The plural of LEGO is LEGO.

    Like sheep.
     
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    Since the people over at Lego prefer people to call them "Lego bricks" or "Lego toys", I guess Lego bricks.

    @thebobevil: SERIES?! Please say you're serious and that there's more than 1.
     
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    i still have two giant boxes filled with legos, i'd spend hours building gigantic battlefields and many other random things. [​IMG]
     
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    ya. this thread belongs in the general off topic chat...

    but ne ways i love legos! my brother and i had a huge plastic tub and id always know when hes playing because he'd make and ungodly noise when he raked his hand throught he whole box looking for a 1x1 brick with a handle or something that took 20 minutes to find.
     
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    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lego
     
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    here's a pic
    [​IMG]
     
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    LEGO means 'play well', though I forget in which language.
     

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