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Received my Downtown Diner plus freebies on Friday :-))
Had the house to myself for the afternoon while Mrs and Little Miss Speedman went shopping. They returned with #75195 For £10 from Tesco. So that will be built once I've finished cooking a Sunday roast!
Phew - what a whopper!
Yes! After 2½ weeks, it's finally here!!!
Top marks to TrU - despite the long delivery time, Ninjago City arrived in absolutely perfect condition (in its original, sealed Lego shipping box packed inside a second massive box padded out with air cushions) :-))
And luckily, I got an elephant girl! Yay!
I also got another 2x3 brick girl, but I don't mind have a few of those in my spares collection as I like them so much :-)
There were two cowboys and a cat, both of which I already had - but the race car guy and the dragon were both ones I needed!
it's a tease. A real tease. All these sets that I want but I can't buy due to being a tourist.
I did buy a couple of magnets and key rings. Surprised the minifig magnets aren't glued together and is just a normal mini fig on a magnetic base. I put the statue of liberty up on the fridge and 2 minutes later brushed past her and knocked the flame out of her torch. Had to move it around to a spot where it won't be knocked off hopefully.
Anyway since being back I've gotten on with the Force Awakens Millennium Falcon and will be making a start on the other sets I have in the to build pile.
The other items were bought elsewhere.
That carpet even looks freshly vacuumed, which makes it even more amazing as a LEGO room!
(Also, *cough*, if you're looking to get rid of any of those Team GB boxes/sets, feel free to hit me up ^.~)
Figs are always available. :)
An almost empty mancave. Just think though, that picture is the almost blank canvas, call it a basecoat, or foundation, for so many stories, exclusives, and most importantly friendships that have been built alongside the bricks and figures in there now. ;o)
I bet there's not a single thing in there that doesn't have a story all of it's own. :o)
This was it mid clean out
Everything that was moved out went into my kids rooms (They were at school)
Then for Easter, my wife made me a new lampshade for the room!
Its still crowded as hell, but at least I get to see most of it!
@Muftak1 - CALL THE FUZZ! There appears to be a gentleman attempting to break into your neighbour's house!
My day has already started with some building, just a tiny bit, but wanted to show my mother-in-law the cool nanofigures. Really impressed with this set.
Bought this beauty at the Brighton Store last August on AFOL Day :-)
I am already slightly perturbed by large number of stickers to be applied. But I shall soldier on regardless ...
that my friend is a oxymoron!
Honey, I shrunk the Minifigures!
I realise the nurse doesn't have exactly the right head (the mouth is not the same as the picture), the pirate is a recent one from the Chess set, Benny isn't an old spaceman, but it's as close as I can get with the figures I own.
I know this is a question, but that's my Lego Status currently! :)
Carrier pigeon ;)
I'm also concerned I managed to go over the spend to get the minifig factory without buying a single set!
Sets go into properly labeled Ziploc bags. I'm not sure if I will ever rebuilt some of these sets (e.g. #75100 First Order Snowspeeder) and I should just add them to my part collection instead.
One step at a time I guess :-)
#75103 got taken apart last night. I remember enjoying the build and I thought it looked good as well.
From your previous post: My TIE and A-Wing are still on display; I really like them.