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Amiko: I am Amiko... and I am a LEGOholic
I'm Amiko. I've just signed up here as it's time to admit that I'm a LEGOholic. I've been on the wagon for a few years, having managed to kick the habit just after the Star Wars Episode III Lego releases.
However, I've slowly crept back into buying, treating myself to the Millennium Falcon as a 'one off' - I'm sure people here will understand that a LEGOholic can never again 'just have the one' without going nuts and stalking Toys R Us etc for more, more, MORE!!!! Since the Falcon, I've decided to 'do Endor', along with a bit more Hoth.
It was mainly Star Wars LEGO with me... but...
I recently finally got around to watching Harry Potter and got a cheap copy of 'Building a Magical World' (the LEGO Harry Potter book). That three quid seemed like a bargain at the time, but what followed has been a nightmare of wallet swallowing proportions as I rush around, trying to pick up the releases from 2010 onwards before they vanish (only to reappear on ebay for the price of my soul).
Oh yeah... Harry Potter goes on a train, right ? Soooo, I must now get the Hogwarts Express and a train track...
...maybe a powered train system for the Express to run properly...
...and some nice shops etc for said train to visit...
...maybe a woodland in between...
...new woodland police in there perhaps... ?
I'm here for advice on how to deal with the cravings really... lol
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Unfortunately you've come to the wrong place for 'help', all you'll get is encouragement to buy more!
I'm very good at bowing to peer pressure!