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post #21 of 25
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because the pieces are so specific (fit only in such a way to make a space shuttle or pirate ship or...),

 

I think this is completley untrue. Just because the piece is the bottom of a pirate ship, doesn't mean  it you can't use ot for something else. Most ofthe special pieces are used in differnt ways in differnt sets. I have one child who tends to make the sets to the plans, and one who will make the set to the plan once, break it down and invent , invent , invent. over and over and over.

post #22 of 25
My dd wanted a big set for her 16th birthday. She had a great time building it and wants another for Christmas.

My 14 year seldom plays Lego anymore, but did recently get them out when her friends were over and they all built together and talked.
post #23 of 25

I didn't play with them as a child but got into them as an adult.  I think for me it is just like jigsaw puzzles.

post #24 of 25

ROTFLMAO.gifDh is almost 24 and is getting lord of the rings Lego for his birthday this year. He just loves the stuff, has a huge tub at his moms which he and our boys play with when we go to visit. He spends hours with the kids building such awesome things. I think it will be a life long love.

post #25 of 25

My 18-yr-old sons both asked for Legos for Christmas.

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