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The amount of space will always run out, but you'll always find inventive ways to squeeze in one more set on the crowded shelf.
Your money for LEGO will never run out, but you'll soon find budgeting for food and water just isn't as important anymore.
Welcome to the life of an AFOL.
Good to see someone like me. I too got my very own LEGO around May 2015, the MINI Cooper Mk.VII. Before that I was collecting Shell's exclusive around April 2015. As a petrolhead, I am contemplating between starting with Speed Champions or the regular City sets first. But eventually I chose City, because the stickers and the price of the Speed Champions series is the deciding factor.
But like I've said in my reviews, I am an absentee for 17 years. My last set was the 1997 Divers theme, and the only completely surviving theme in my display. Do you have any previous experience with LEGO?
Currently I am targeting myself to only acquire one set per week. I aim to hoard all the 6-studs wide trucks, the new Construction/Demolition theme.
I hope you enjoy this hobby.
i will be buying sets as and when they are released or i see one that i like and can afford, sets i currently want include
Mercedes Acrocs Truck 3245
and a couple of other trucks
i am also trying to decide whether or not to buy The Big Bang Theory set when its released as i am a fan of the show but i think it may look out of place being displayed
nice to hear from you