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Brickset Bonus Ball - Win Wintermas wonders
Apologies for missing last weeks draw, but here we are again back to the usual draw.
This week as it is Wintermas you can win #30028 Christmas Wreath and a #30603
Usual rules apply just answer the question and 1st 59 get a number for a chance to win.
This weeks question is "What was your favourite ever Christmas present?"
Mine was a Scalextric set with a JPS Lotus 77 car. It was a fantastic thrill and the smell of a sort of burning that the cars would give off still reminds me of Christmas. Oh but the number of arguments it caused as it was a joint present for me and my brother. Thinking about it now makes me want a Scalextric set again.
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my dad is a smart arse so the year I asked for s GameCube he got me one...but hid it in an Xbox box...
3 years ago my wife surprised me with a pair of handmade fur trimmed bison gloves. It was one gift in my life I had absolutely no idea I was getting but couldn't have been a better gift. It's -27 degrees C here in the middle of North America today so they are as relevant today as they were when I got them.
Although they do make it difficult to build Lego...
Definitely a bike. Always wanted a Raleigh chopper but ended up with a racer which I covered many, many miles on.
It was second hand and I had to share it with my brothers, but we played this for hours.
From Lego when I was a kid, probably #6285 Black Seas Barracuda and #6276 Eldorado Fortress. Those cannons really added an extra dimension. Somehow both managed to survive the endless volley of cannonballs they exchanged!
Oh for the thrills of swapping cassette bases games in the playground.
I was even building it on the back seat of our car heading down the M4 on the way to our family's.
And the fun of copying these by hand ... it was worse than getting lines.
LEGO #6970 Beta I Command Base
Hornby Duchess of Sutherland OO gauge locomotive
Mamod Cream Steam Roadster
Commodore Amiga 500
I can't decide which one I liked the most, as each was perfect at that point in time.
That or the WWF ring and wrestlers.
That make me seem like I loved fighting and stuff. Nothing could be further from the truth.
I loved the Falcon but that ship was something different to everything that had gone before and it got swooshed about and played with more than any of my other Star Wars toys.
Probably had some impact on the fact that when I first got back into Lego full time I overlooked Red Five and brought Slave 1 at RRP (something I have mild regret over due to the EOL of Red Five the following year).