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The place for asking questions! I need an adult...mod
I actually wanted to do a thread called..."What was the last movie you saw?" but figured, "Better not!"
I think once the rest of the sets I want are released, I'll finally be quiet. Until next year! :-P
Sounds like a brillant new subforum theme!
You can check out anytime you like, but you can never leave! ;-)
"Brick Hotel?" or "Hotel Lego?" I stumbled in here by noodling on the net and found out that I was an AFOL, not an weirdo with a strange, overwhelming attraction to a toy for children.
Such a lovely place (Such a lovely place)
Such a lovely face
Plenty of room at the Brickset Lego Forum
Any time of year (Any time of year)
You can find it here
I honestly can't remember how I got here. I think I was trying to find a way to track my "haves" and came across the site... but I don't know if I made that up or not!
[EDIT] Oooo, wait, I think that's right... it was exam revision time and I think I was too hungover to concentrate, so I started organising instead (my go-to procrastination activity). I wanted to know what kind of information I should keep track of in my Lego inventory, and found Brickset.
I did and I loved the set and became a member
When I realised the database contained pretty much every set I had when I was little, I was sucked in even further. First I found #6080 King's Castle (I never knew that was its name!) and I then spent a few more hours reminiscing over all of the other sets I recognised from that era - not just ones I owned, but also ones that I remembered from poring over LEGO catalogues in the 80s, dreaming to own many of the sets that I never ever did.
I wish I'd kept all my LEGO catalogues from the 80s. I'd love to re-experience that peculiar feeling of desire that they lorded over me! :)
Im sure i clicked on Brickset has i was already a member of the database side so thought why not.