Discussion in 'General' started by true_gamer, 5 Jun 2012.
All my LEGO® is in a big bucket in the garage, my favorite regular LEGO® set I had was this one.
It could detatch into four seperate parts and rearranged.
I had that one as well. LEGO is just hands down the greatest toy ever invented.
I still have my box of it upstairs in the attic, should add more to it if I ever get the money. Bought some technic kits last year, great fun.
For me? My imagination. I live in the sticks in SE Ireland, not affluent and didn't get a huge amount of stuff as a child, so I made things myself instead.
Made a pulse rifle from Aliens out of wood (with working grenade pump-action) and just ran around the deer pens pretending to shoot all kinds of gribbleys. Used to build my own "Jurassic park" out of 6" concrete blocks and some small plastic dinosaur models
My Raleigh Burner BMX
So many adventures with both items, and I've still got a bike (albeit a motorbike) and my wife still buys me lego as a "stocking filler".
Got to love that girl. She's so cool....
thinking of micro machines...i STILL have the supervan city...and the super truck city...and the stunt city...and the fire truck city
in dire need of a clean but all pretty much in perfect condition
Oh yeah, I had one of those.
for those that love lego
the lego digital designer
build your own sets with unlimited lego, as complicated as you want
then once your done you can get your own instructions with it
and after a few mouse clicks. you can litterelaly buy all the peices you need to make that particular set be it a tiny car...or a complete lego mindstorms set...
I have the original ones in my loft.
And when the Green power ranger became the white power ranger.
i moved house a few weeks ago and found a box full of original power ranger toys, all boxed. will post pics tomorrow
Cool! Have seen how much these are going for on eBay? (Worth a mint at the mo!) I'm keeping hold of mine for a bit longer.
I loved my Lego. I could build whatever I wanted. It was a really a great toy for me.
Still remember looking round my house trying to find it before Christmas when my mum and dad weren't there.
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