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Many things used in film production aren't used in equivalent real life situations. For another example, a macho man wearing makeup to look normal under stage lights. Sometimes feminists find it unrealistic for a character to be missing hair in a historical/apocalyptic scenario, but that might be explained by the actress' real life condition, and not wanting to worry about level-of-hair continuity.
Back on topic - I think BrickLink says you can take a preassembled minifig, disassemble it and list the parts as new, but is silent on the reverse.
The bidding on this #10179 seems just a little OTT...
£5600 - used and discoloured:
£50 for a box seems a bit extreme. :)
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They are selling Legos that they are buying from over people and having it shipped directly to their buyer. No checking weights of the actual legitimacy of the lego they just bought/sold.
All that, without ever actually seeing it.
- I analyze hundreds of listings a day and evaluate every single one of them to determine the actual quantity of LEGO that they include. I subtract out estimated weights for any of the following...
- Shipping shortages.
- Packing material.
- Knock-off (non-LEGO) brand pieces.
- Junk and other types of toys.
- Bins and boxes.
- Bionicle and DUPLO pieces (even though these are LEGO most bulk buyers would rather not have them included).
Title: "AUTHENTIC LEGO SDCC THE COLLECTOR SAN DIEGO COMIC CON MINIFIG"
bottom of the description: "No refunds because it's Fughazi." (Fughazi means fake)
I looked up other meanings of Fugazi and the other clear definition was as a military acronym that would make no sense in his context.
(I just blew my mind.)
Misleading? Most definitely! Wrong? That's actually arguable...
Are they saying there is an ass-ton? Or did someone use them for toilet paper?
First glance it looks ok. Then noticed:
1. Description points out there is an incorrect piece in a 100% complete set.
2. Look at image 5. That croc does not come with that set. That is an old style croc and a manky one at that.
3. Look at the background of the images. The Lego may be smoke free and pet free, but it probably isn't spider free!
What means this?!?!
@Pitfall69 noted. For sets you are keeping that is fine. Not for when you are selling. That is deceptive.
received an 8010 NISB with a slight blemish on the box. seller didnt specify that i will get a free wifebeater as a bonus with that. packaging by some ebay sellers never stops to amuse me. regardless the item arrived as described at half price of what these go for nowadays, with a freebie.
I'm being extra careful to use the right pieces when building Brick Bank in case I end up selling it.
FYI: 'wife beater' means a sleeveless tank top, stereotypically associated with angry men, now a neutral fashion choice, but still a weird name. Louis CK said that's like "child murder shorts". I suppose clothing works as package stuffing and might be a way to dispose of clean but unusable pieces.
The title says collection but it's only one ship, that is far outclassed by it's remakes, and doesn't have the box. But dont worry it's in good condition which warrants the $500+ price tag!