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2013-06-12 2:43:01 PM  
I still imagine my old pirate sets smiling merrily as they gut and are gutted by the blue and red soldiers.
 
2013-06-12 2:43:14 PM  
Lego isn't really Lego anymore--too many specialized pieces in the sets at stores-----you have to order the real Lego directly from them.
 
2013-06-12 2:44:16 PM  
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2013-06-12 2:44:50 PM  
FTFA:

Forget about those happy LEGO characters from your childhood.

When I was a kid Legos were bricks, not characters.  Get off my lawn.
 
2013-06-12 2:45:43 PM  
ftfa: "LEGO representatives were not immediately available for comment "
- but when they are available, they will comment (also ftfa): "Last year, global sales increased by 25% to 23.4 billion Danish kroner ($4.2 billion). "

/turn the faces around, and they are smiling.
 
2013-06-12 2:45:54 PM  

ski9600: FTFA:

Forget about those happy LEGO characters from your childhood.

When I was a kid Legos were bricks, not characters.  Get off my lawn.


Came here to say exactly THIS.
 
2013-06-12 2:46:01 PM  
B-B-But they don't look right when they're smiling away in the little outhouses I made!
I need poop-makin' facial expressions for realism.
 
2013-06-12 2:46:53 PM  
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I had these as a kid (the old wooden ones, not the plastic ones).  They were usually pretty happy about things it seemed.
 
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2013-06-12 2:47:28 PM  
FTFA: New research by robot expert Christoph Bartneck at the University of Canterbury in New Zealand shows the number of happy faces on tiny LEGO figures is decreasing.
"We cannot help but wonder how the move from only positive faces to an increasing number of negative faces impacts on how children play," he said in a statement.

Do people really get paid to study this stuff? At least it's New Zealand wasting their money on this.
 
2013-06-12 2:47:28 PM  
License to do research... revoked!
 
2013-06-12 2:49:33 PM  
Really? I have to say our "happy" Lego figures when I was a kid had a buttload of weapons. We just had to BUILD them. Let's not delusion ourselves that somehow we are more violent today then we were 30 years ago because Lego dudes now have pre-fab blasters and ninja swords.
 
2013-06-12 2:50:14 PM  
I still remember the big smiles on my Lego policemen as they roughed up perps at the Lego police station.
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2013-06-12 2:50:52 PM  
That's because old Lego sets pretty much only had generic smiley faces. Maybe a female one or a sunglasses one tossed in, but generic nonetheless. Even the pirates were pretty happy, IIRC.

Now that they have a lot more licensed properties, they have a lot more roles to fill for bad guys and such.

/seriously, this has to be the most painfully stupid 'but think of the children' article I've seen in ages
//and I've seen some stupid ones
 
2013-06-12 2:54:23 PM  
I had pirate Legos.  The pirates and the sailors had pistols, rifles, and cannons if I recall.  So they smiled when they blew each other up.
 
2013-06-12 2:54:57 PM  
Wow lady. Un-bunch those panties and jump up and down until all that sand falls out of
your vag.
 
2013-06-12 2:55:44 PM  
Meh, my Legos smiled as they enslaved the moon people of taris 6. Or when they joined massive space battles with the forces of centuri prime.

/ mom let me have too many sci-fi books when I was little
 
2013-06-12 2:57:43 PM  
New research by robot expert Christoph Bartneck at the University of Canterbury in New Zealand shows the number of happy faces on tiny LEGO figures is decreasing.

"We cannot help but wonder how the move from only positive faces to an increasing number of negative faces impacts on how children play," he said in a statement.

Why is a robot expert researching legos?  And how does that statement qualify as 'research?'

This is the stupidest thing I've read all week
 
2013-06-12 3:02:00 PM  

Sarsin: Really? I have to say our "happy" Lego figures when I was a kid had a buttload of weapons. We just had to BUILD them. Let's not delusion ourselves that somehow we are more violent today then we were 30 years ago because Lego dudes now have pre-fab blasters and ninja swords.


Right.  When I was little, me and all my little male friends could incorporate the most innocuous toy into an imagination fueled game of violence.  War, cops and robbers, cowboys and indians, whatever.  We didn't even need ANY toys to play violently.  We had our imaginations.

I could use my sisters gizmo doll and turn it into a murderous monster(without even having to feed it after midnight or anything!)  Our play was inherently violent.  Maybe it was because of the shows we watched, but it definitely was not because of the toys we had.
 
2013-06-12 3:02:52 PM  
My brother and I hardly had any of the specialized Legos. We just had a huge box of the basic ones.

And we mostly made weapons out of them.
Lego guns, Lego fighter jets, Lego space fighers, Lego battleships, Lego fortresses.

We once spent the afternoon making lego swords. Then after a huge buildup we squared off against each other and smashed them together. They both exploded in a glorious hail of Lego shrapnel.

Our best weapons were the Lego balistas. We basically built launcher tubes that fired pens and pencils using a ton of rubber bands.
The goal of the game was to destroy the other players launcher first. Imagine the early '80s game "Crossbows and Catapults" but with more power. A lot of design went into trying different configurations that could support more rubber bands or be more resistant to the other players ordinance. Amazingly, we still have both our eyes.
 
2013-06-12 3:03:43 PM  
"We cannot help but wonder how the move from only positive faces to an increasing number of negative faces impacts on how where my next grant is coming from. Better drum up some fear over children play," he said in a statement.
 
2013-06-12 3:04:16 PM  

gnosis301: I still imagine my old pirate sets smiling merrily as they gut and are gutted by the blue and red soldiers.


Not to mention being dismembered and eaten by lego sharks.


Sarsin: Really? I have to say our "happy" Lego figures when I was a kid had a buttload of weapons. We just had to BUILD them. Let's not delusion ourselves that somehow we are more violent today then we were 30 years ago because Lego dudes now have pre-fab blasters and ninja swords.


I remember cutting and filing the big swords to make awesome saw-back daggers and wave swords. Those plastic cocktail toothpick swords looked cool, but they broke all the time.

/pirates were my favorite because of the skeletons.
// and the scuba divers.
 
2013-06-12 3:05:05 PM  
My little Lego guys were always smiling as we launched them at the Lego castle as human catapult ammunition.
 
2013-06-12 3:05:32 PM  
What the hell is a LEGO?

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2013-06-12 3:05:37 PM  
They won't be destroyed until they start making lego surprise buttsex faces.
 
2013-06-12 3:08:15 PM  
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2013-06-12 3:09:00 PM  
I never had the imagination to do anything with legos other than injure my mom.  Spread the old 1's and 2's across your bedroom floor, shut off the light, and scream like you're in pain.
 
2013-06-12 3:10:05 PM  

Carn: They won't be destroyed until they start making lego surprise buttsex faces.


There's already at least one that's close- look up the 'Hazmat Guy' collectible minifig...
 
2013-06-12 3:10:24 PM  

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I had these as a kid (the old wooden ones, not the plastic ones).  They were usually pretty happy about things it seemed.


I remember torturing the little girl one.  Tied her up in the castle dungeon. did the most horrible things my 5 year old mind could muster.  She really seemed to enjoy it.

/ unfortunately, I am not making this up.
 
2013-06-12 3:11:19 PM  
IIRC lego people were introduced when I was in my lego phase*. It was the greatest thing since sliced bread at the time, at least to me.

* or maybe I just found out about them late, this was back in pre-internet days
 
2013-06-12 3:17:33 PM  
I like the new faces. The old ones looked like they all were drugged out on lithium....
 
2013-06-12 3:19:37 PM  
I recall quite clearly that my GI Joes and Ninja Turtles were all smiling and never carried weapons or did anything violent.

I can also assure you that exposing children to no other emotions will prevent them from ever feeling them in the future, and if they somehow manage to feel angry or sad, they will be well prepared to deal with those emotions thanks to years of hugs and gold stars.
 
2013-06-12 3:20:24 PM  

szyska: I like the new faces. The old ones looked like they all were drugged out on lithium....


Looked like? Who are you to judge, man? You don't know! You weren't there!

/the Lego wars of '86 were hell, pure hell
 
2013-06-12 3:20:41 PM  

ski9600: FTFA:

Forget about those happy LEGO characters from your childhood.

When I was a kid Legos were bricks, not characters.  Get off my lawn.


This. Since when do Legos have faces?

dnrtfa
 
2013-06-12 3:20:49 PM  
The LEGOs I had when I was growing up had no faces nor arms....

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2013-06-12 3:24:59 PM  
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I remember my knights smiling joyfully as they slaughtered their neighboring lords, bandits, and the Saracens...
 
2013-06-12 3:26:00 PM  
What is this journalist on about? There are plenty of different characters in the Lego world - My son has lots of smiley characters but also lots of bad guys too - it helps with the stories he makes - plus maybe she needs to actually do  a bit of journalism and discover Lego Friends - a range that's so sickeningly smiley and twee that only 6 year old girls could love it...
 
2013-06-12 3:26:07 PM  

Ashyukun: Carn: They won't be destroyed until they start making lego surprise buttsex faces.

There's already at least one that's close- look up the 'Hazmat Guy' collectible minifig...


Ahahahaha!  Would it be appropriate to get this for my lego loving nephew?
 
2013-06-12 3:26:49 PM  

Langdon Alger: Lego isn't really Lego anymore--too many specialized pieces in the sets at stores-----you have to order the real Lego directly from them.


Go to a Lego store and buy block by the can off the big wall o' blocks. They also have a CAD program you can download to figure out what blocks you need in advance.
 
2013-06-12 3:27:08 PM  
Don't worry, all the angry Lego people will burn in Lego Hell with the rest of the sinners!

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I remember my knights smiling joyfully as they slaughtered their neighboring lords, bandits, and the Saracens...


Who can blame them? The joy of battle and all that. My knights were most often kidnapped and locked in dungeons on Pirate Island, where monkey guards held pistols to their heads.
 
2013-06-12 3:32:49 PM  
I spent my childhood wishing Lego would give us more options for faces, my child gets to live my dream, and now some clown wants to mess it up for them.  Go helicopterparenting!
 
2013-06-12 3:38:32 PM  

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I had these as a kid (the old wooden ones, not the plastic ones).  They were usually pretty happy about things it seemed.


Except this guy:

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2013-06-12 3:40:23 PM  

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I remember my knights smiling joyfully as they slaughtered their neighboring lords, bandits, and the Saracens...

Who can blame them? The joy of battle and all that. My knights were most often kidnapped and locked in dungeons on Pirate Island, where monkey guards held pistols to their heads.


I got one of the LEGO pirate ships later...they joined forces with the knights to fend off these invaders...

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2013-06-12 3:43:45 PM  

highendmighty: ftfa: "LEGO representatives were not immediately available for comment "
- but when they are available, they will comment (also ftfa): "Last year, global sales increased by 25% to 23.4 billion Danish kroner ($4.2 billion). "

/turn the faces around, and they are smiling.


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2013-06-12 3:46:08 PM  

Carn: Ashyukun: Carn: They won't be destroyed until they start making lego surprise buttsex faces.

There's already at least one that's close- look up the 'Hazmat Guy' collectible minifig...

Ahahahaha!  Would it be appropriate to get this for my lego loving nephew?


It's generally regarded as one of the best of the collectible minifigs- I'd say almost any of them are great gifts for the LEGO enthusiast or generally anyone who used to play with them. The Hazmat Guy definitely has the best facial expression of the lot though, however you'll likely need to get it from eBay or a shop like bricksandminifigs.com or brickpicker.com since the series it's from has long been discontinued...
 
2013-06-12 3:48:28 PM  

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And pirates! Aargh!
 
2013-06-12 3:48:54 PM  
We had Lego Atlantis.  Had a nice wide creek between the railroad tracks and a steep hill.  got a nice flat wide piece of lumber and tied it to the banks.  Then we built a small Lego city on it.  Made little lego boats (which floated :D) and had attacks from giant frogs (real ones).

Eventually, the Gods (my brother and I) got angry at the hubris of Lego Atlantis.  We destroyed the beaver damn up stream and sent the city to it's doom!

Then we got angry at ourselves for losing a good bit of our Lego.
 
2013-06-12 3:54:01 PM  
There were also no Black LEGO people.
// The only difference between Lego men and Lego women was a wig.
/// what message did THAT send?
 
2013-06-12 4:00:59 PM  
Shouldn't people be worrying more about how negative real life situations affect kids rather than little toys? Real life situations can't be prevented, while little toys can always be taken away. If they're this worried about little toys affecting their kids, then it just shows that toys and other things have more influence to them because they probably don't let their kids go out and experience the real world.
 
2013-06-12 4:09:05 PM  
Legos rule until you step on one. Anyway what makes lego-land so wonderful, and why all the little lego weapons, some of them are pissed about something
 
2013-06-12 4:11:53 PM  

mungo: What is this journalist on about? There are plenty of different characters in the Lego world - My son has lots of smiley characters but also lots of bad guys too - it helps with the stories he makes - plus maybe she needs to actually do  a bit of journalism and discover Lego Friends - a range that's so sickeningly smiley and twee that only 6 year old girls could love it...


My daughter has a bunch of the Lego Friends sets. I think she just likes having girl minifigs. She plays with my son, and so far the girls have been construction workers, scientists, hunters, ninjas, and space explorers. The Lego Friends" boutique" got outfitted with computer equipment and weapons to be a space station on Mars. She told me they left the lipstick at home because they needed more room for food and weapons.

I'm not sure where I was going with that besides "cool story bro".
 
2013-06-12 4:14:22 PM  

Sarsin: mungo: What is this journalist on about? There are plenty of different characters in the Lego world - My son has lots of smiley characters but also lots of bad guys too - it helps with the stories he makes - plus maybe she needs to actually do  a bit of journalism and discover Lego Friends - a range that's so sickeningly smiley and twee that only 6 year old girls could love it...

My daughter has a bunch of the Lego Friends sets. I think she just likes having girl minifigs. She plays with my son, and so far the girls have been construction workers, scientists, hunters, ninjas, and space explorers. The Lego Friends" boutique" got outfitted with computer equipment and weapons to be a space station on Mars. She told me they left the lipstick at home because they needed more room for food and weapons.

I'm not sure where I was going with that besides "cool story bro".


Whatever it is that you're doing raising your children, keep doing it!!

(and buy them more Legos)
 
2013-06-12 4:22:00 PM  
Don't think for a second that because the old figs only had happy faces, we only played with them in happy scenarios. My brother and I would go into all-out war. The only difference is that instead of displaying some honest anger, our yellow-faced space warriors all had that goofy grin.
 
2013-06-12 4:27:10 PM  
Glad I grew up in the mid late 60's.  We had Tinker Toys, Lincoln Logs, Bricks, and Erector sets.  Oh and something called playing outside.

/Didn't know what a Lego was.
 
2013-06-12 4:32:49 PM  

Baby Face Fister: Glad I grew up in the mid late 60's.  We had Tinker Toys, Lincoln Logs, Bricks, and Erector sets.  Oh and something called playing outside.

/Didn't know what a Lego was.


Legos were something a friend of mine had. There were no characters, just blocks. They were cool for making stuff for G.I. Joes to crash through.
 
2013-06-12 4:33:11 PM  
When I was a kid, all we had was the local Surpise Zone.
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Oh, how we'd dig for hours for little treasures and trinkets. The best stuff we'd bring home, and if we got enough, we would get a bowl of rice to share. It wasn't all fun and games though. The seagulls where highly territorial and would bite us, and the red bags from the hospital would poke our little hands something fierce. But one magical day I found a piece of cardboard. I put it on my head and pretended I was a starship captian and I had discovered a new land. I laughed and scampered around for hours until my father saw I was no longer collecting shineys and beat me with a cactus.

What are these Legos everyone is talking about?
 
2013-06-12 4:35:09 PM  
I'm younger so I grew up with angry LEGOs and they definitely are what made me a sociopath.
 
2013-06-12 4:40:49 PM  
Today's LEGO characters are looking increasingly angry and carrying more weapons, indicating an important shift in the way kids play and interact with toys that companies have stopped caring about anything but keeping their shareholders happy.
 
2013-06-12 4:42:21 PM  
Please someone show that coont this site and film the reaction
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2013-06-12 4:42:28 PM  

PsyLord: The LEGOs I had when I was growing up had no faces nor arms....


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/THE HORROR!


I started playing with Lego before the mini-figures, or any people for that matter. First they had bigger heads and articulated arms, a whole bigger scale. But no bodies, so you just put them on a column of the 2x2 squares. Then they came out with this little faceless guy with the shoulders and feet, but no arms or legs. When the space men came out, I couldn't have them grinning like psychotic idiots as they engaged in savage combat so I usually turned their heads backwards and put the helmets on so the faces were blank.
 
2013-06-12 4:45:59 PM  

Ashyukun: Carn: They won't be destroyed until they start making lego surprise buttsex faces.

There's already at least one that's close- look up the 'Hazmat Guy' collectible minifig...


Oh yeah, there's buttsex coming.
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2013-06-12 4:56:33 PM  

AngryJailhouseFistfark: Ashyukun: Carn: They won't be destroyed until they start making lego surprise buttsex faces.

There's already at least one that's close- look up the 'Hazmat Guy' collectible minifig...

Oh yeah, there's buttsex coming.
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He's one of my favorites... cause look, it's a hazmat dude.

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/love the details
//wish the head was double-sided so you can change the expression
 
2013-06-12 5:16:21 PM  

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I remember my knights smiling joyfully as they slaughtered their neighboring lords, bandits, and the Saracens...


I think my sister and I had all of those, and a couple more besides. Ah, the good old days...
 
2013-06-12 5:18:00 PM  
Oh, and also... you ever stop and think maybe WE'RE what's 'destroying our children'?

/if the problem is everyone else
//maybe it's you that is the problem
 
2013-06-12 5:20:21 PM  
I ran across this one quite a while ago.  Pretty cool!  I'll kick you off at Genesis 1:1 to get you started.
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2013-06-12 5:28:09 PM  

ski9600: I ran across this one quite a while ago.  Pretty cool!  I'll kick you off at Genesis 1:1 to get you started.
http://www.thebricktestament.com/genesis/creation/00_gn01_01-02.html


http://www.thebricktestament.com/genesis/reubens_incest/gn35_22a.htm l

Hahaha
Thanks for the entertaining link
 
2013-06-12 5:53:14 PM  
LEGO thread? LEGO thread!


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2013-06-12 6:03:18 PM  
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I didn't know there was a Lego figure of Ned Stark.

Sarsin:
Really? I have to say our "happy" Lego figures when I was a kid had a buttload of weapons. We just had to BUILD them. Let's not delusion ourselves that somehow we are more violent today then we were 30 years ago because Lego dudes now have pre-fab blasters and ninja swords.

Yeah... it wasn't hard.  One of those astronaut "telescopes" plus an antenna = pintle mounted Browning .50.  A lot of my Lego creations had those...

OnlyM3:
Please someone show that coont this site and film the reaction
BrickArms
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As much as I generally agree... I wouldn't buy Brickarms for kids.  1) they're not cheap, 2) they're just a little too militaristic, 3) I'd have to share.
 
2013-06-12 6:31:02 PM  
Bring on the hovercraft parents.
 
2013-06-12 6:34:39 PM  
I just dug up some Lego guys from my mother's basement for my nephew.  All of them smile.  But let's be honest; when killing a man, it's best to put on a happy face.
 
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2013-06-12 6:43:14 PM  

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And pirates! Aargh!


I remember buying that ship at Toys 'R Us in the 90's.  Spent like $120 of my hard earned money when I was like 10 maybe.  So many adventures.
 
2013-06-12 7:44:19 PM  
 
2013-06-12 7:48:20 PM  

gweilo8888: szyska: I like the new faces. The old ones looked like they all were drugged out on lithium....

Looked like? Who are you to judge, man? You don't know! You weren't there!

/the Lego wars of '86 were hell, pure hell


They only won because Loc Blocs were far less durable, and less pointy.
 
2013-06-12 8:14:01 PM  

Skywolf the Scribbler: Red Baron
Eiffel Tower
Taj Mahal
Grand Carousel
Tower Bridge
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5197 pieces!

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2013-06-12 8:20:32 PM  
What happened?

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2013-06-12 8:37:04 PM  

PsyLord: Skywolf the Scribbler: Red Baron
Eiffel Tower
Taj Mahal
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Tower Bridge
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5197 pieces!

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Holy mother of fark if I owned just one LEGO set...
 
2013-06-12 9:03:10 PM  
My kids have some pretty baddass Lego sets. We had blocks and when we finally got a set of wheels, we thought we won the lottery.

/ actually, I don't remember getting any wheels.
 
2013-06-12 9:24:19 PM  
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LEGO THREAD!

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2013-06-12 9:26:21 PM  
I received the space missile command for Christmas in 1978. The minifigs had the original smiley face. Here are my recalled narratives:

1. Mutiny. The whites think we should do it this way; the reds think we should do it that way.

2. Cataclysm. We were not expecting that solar burst that is frying us. Aaaaarghhh.

They smiled through it; but I knew different.
 
2013-06-13 12:08:19 AM  
These days it's trendy to claim you "naturally" have an angry resting face.  It's catching on to the Lego people too.
 
2013-06-13 12:14:01 AM  

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LEGO THREAD!

This is one of my more recent eBay purchases. I was most pleased.


I had that one.

That entire Ice Planet series was amazing, if for no other reason than the neon orange chainsaws. I had those Pirate and Knight sets posted earlier in the thread, too.

/introverted and latchkey kid, childhood was a combination of Legos, books, and vidya
//explains a lot about how I turned out
 
2013-06-13 12:21:39 AM  

PsyLord: The LEGOs I had when I was growing up had no faces nor arms....

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♫ Oh please God kill me.....♫

/THE HORROR!


My god, I'd forgotten that! Yes, mine were the same when I was little.
 
2013-06-13 10:19:27 AM  
Akin to the "Surprised Buttsex" is the "Unwanted Doggystyle"

Eve does not appear to be enjoying this.

http://www.bricktestament.com/genesis/the_descendants_of_seth_and_ca in /01_gn04_25.html
 
2013-06-13 10:28:39 AM  
Hey now, this Brick Testament's a good time. This, from Revelations:

http://www.bricktestament.com/revelation/children_to_be_killed_as_war n ing/rv02_14b.html
 
2013-06-13 10:37:39 AM  

AngryJailhouseFistfark: Hey now, this Brick Testament's a good time. This, from Revelations:

http://www.bricktestament.com/revelation/children_to_be_killed_as_war n ing/rv02_14b.html


The Brick Testament is awesome. I want to get the physical copies.
 
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