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Also found a small sealed Lego shipping box the other day amongst my box pile in the loft. It had 4 x white Batman keychains and a Flower Cart poly. Trawled through my purchase history and looks like it was sent when my Santas Workshop was cancelled back in the January sales.
Feels like free Lego!
what does that say ?
There is a such thing as not enough display space and a lack of storage room.
Anyway a few years went by, people came and went, I moved to various places, the usual sort of growing up thing. Lego was still a large part of my life as it is for all of us but I had a large bunch of it sitting in my room unsorted and in the way. Just after my 18th birthday I found the set again as I was finally sorting my collection out and sure enough my 8 year old self finally got an answer; I adore Lego.
It was interesting to find a time capsule like that but I wish it could have been an unopened Cloud City. You can't win them all. Moral or the story: clean your rooms and stop buying duplicates you don't need, you might already have some.
the duplicates I have were probably gifts. or sets I won. well, I didn't mind having a bunch of bat lords, for the dragons...