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We have a Lego room now. It was the safest way to deal with 4 kids getting multie Lego sets each birthday from class friends combined with all the Legos I bought when I had a fair amount of discretionary income and no dependants.
 

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I was more of a Playmobil kid but my son is a Lego fan through and through. And I love piecing them together with him. I’ve even eyed their “adult” stuff (like the Technic line) with interest, though prices scare me still.
 

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And it doubles as security if you sprinkle it before your windows and upon their sills. The more you know! :shade::coffee::star:

(And those sets should be Red Dwarf & Labyrinth respectively)
 

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Aww... I grew up on Lego. I would play for hours just building robots and spaceships. I still think about getting myself some of the old classic stuff. That said it's a feker to walk on in the morning like a d4 caltrop.

Then my parents gave all my lego away to some relatives when I was 15. Boy, was I not pleased. :smile:
 

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So we have the inside of the Teletubbies house, the Stark's robot from Iron Man 1, the Village People, a mispainted Tardis and that looks suspciously like a goose.

I have no idea what playset this is meant to be.

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Too many specialized pieces these days, in my day we just had bricks and we liked it that way!
 

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That was the first Lego I ever got. Long after it was gone, I still had one of the little red dudes in his helmet
I never had it. My best friend next door did. I had smaller space sets.
 

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I never had it. My best friend next door did. I had smaller space sets.
I already posted about my love for the old space Lego in some other thread; I managed to keep up with the Lego Classic Space line upto about 1982/3.
 
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We are a Lego family. I regularly get Star Wars sets for birthday and Christmas, and my favourite is the Creator pirate ship.

I spend way too long and money at Firestar Toys.

I have a 'custom' Blade Runner minfig, some modified Three Musketeers and Cardinal's Guards, plus a few other assorted figs. Never quite enough to fully game with though (in the RPG sense).
 
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