Wednesday, January 19, 2011

Wordless Wednesday

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14 comments:

GrammyMouseTails said...

someone is enjoying there Legos! my boys played with them even as they reached adulthood, if they were out & seen ;)

scrapchick said...

How fun! Happy WW!

Brit Gal Sarah said...

LOL I loved Lego as a child!

Life Ramblings said...

my kids love lego too. My son enjoys building things using his imagination. He can be very creative with them.

Sukhmandir Kaur said...

Ah the simplicity of living life as a lego :)

catsynth said...

Cute! I loved Legos as a kid (and its still one of my favorite toys).

PippaD aka Mummy said...

Lego men are always showing off doing their wheelies...

Yogi♪♪♪ said...

We love Legos in this house. In fact my post today also has them.

lina said...

I love legos! :)

Con Artist Trickster said...

I still remember my first and only Lego set, almost twenty years ago. It formed a castle ford, with some horsemen and siege weapons. It's all gone now. Too bad.

rainfield61 said...

So this is the lesson learned: only street racing in a Lego world.

AVCr8teur said...

This was one of many scenes I saw at the local Lego exhibit. It inspires creativity, humor, and patience.

GrammyMouse: Isn't it wonderful that adults can play with Legos too?

Scrapchick: The things you can build with Legos are endless.

Brit: Ones never too old or young to play with Legos.

Life Ramblings: It's nice to see Legos are everywhere and many countries.

Sukhmandir Kaur: We can make Legos into anything.

Catsynth: Sounds like many people have had Legos in their life one time or another.

PippaD: Haha, Legos have their own personalities too.

Yogi: What did you guys build?

Lina: The possibilities are endless. Raimie probably likes it too.

Con Artist: You can rebuild your fort and this time keep it in a glass case so no one will touch it.

Rainfield61: It's not quite legal if you get caught by the Lego police.

Ryan said...

Well this takes me back, I had a construction site Lego.

Louis la Vache said...

Trés amusante!