May 28, 2011

During a heated discussion regarding childhood toys...

24 comments:

  1. Endless possibilities are boring.

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  2. brb, mourning the death of imagination and creativity...

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  3. World of Warcraft is so much better than Minecraft. I don't want to have to build all that stuff. Forget Minecraft.

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  4. As X-Entertainment has proven, they are best when they work together.

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  5. Fuck Legos? No no no, fuck YOU, my friend.

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  6. He probably like Duplos as a kid, too. *eyeroll*

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  7. Movies are do much better than books. I don't wanna have to imagine all that shit. Fuck books.

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  8. Wait a sec:

    Assembling bricks = Imagination? Really?

    Playmobil = To siege the princess medieval castle with pirates, vikings, egyptian axes united in a single army of destruction.

    Oh, well, you can keep your pedantic "imagination".

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  9. Reminds me of a twenty minute debate my friends and I had about would you rather receive an etchs-a-sketch or a pail full of silly putty as a present.

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  10. You can't fuck an etch-a-sketch.

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  11. What is the obsession with Americans referring to Lego as "Legos"? It makes me bloody cringe everytime I hear or read it.

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  12. My legos...let me show you them.

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  13. Any American who knows to say LEGO and LEGO bricks rather then LEGOS wouldn't say fuck LEGO.

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  14. How the hell did "so" get changed to "do?" Damn legos must be clogging up my keyboard.

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  15. Dude's obviously never played with Playmobil. Some of the nicer stuff has almost as much build intensity as LEGO...

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  16. I love that he uses the present tense.

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  17. Those of you who say 'Legos': do you also say 'Playmobils'?

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  18. @Anon 4:59 - Any idiot who criticizes others for saying "legos" should know better than to use the word "lego" as a noun. It's an adjective. LEGO bricks, LEGO sets, LEGO models.

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  19. It's also fun to annoy haughty Europeans! legos legos legos

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  21. No. 1 way to troll other Lego nerds on a toy forum I go to. Call Lego bricks "Legos" as the plural. I'm so posting this on there to start shit.

    Um.. not that I go on toy forums about Lego or anyth.. sigh.. It's too late, ain't it?

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  22. "What is the obsession with Americans referring to Lego as "Legos"? It makes me bloody cringe everytime I hear or read it."

    And it makes me cringe every time a Brit says "bloody".

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  23. I'm so British I have to get angry at Americans for not being British!

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