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More LEGO Than Your Closet Can Hold

It’s embarrassing to admit, but I use to be a real LEGO nut case.

Mmmm Childhood Memories

Found the above boxes in one of the more accessible closet in the house. There are a lot more stored away somewhere. I have probably 50% of the products LEGO pumped out between the year 1992 to 1996 (and quite a few of the Star Wars line-up in 1999).

If you’ve ever bought or have seen the price tag of LEGO products, you would know that they’re quite expensive.

Without exaggeration, I can probably sell my LEGO sets for thousands of dollars. It’s wild that LEGO can have such high elasticity; just check eBay for some ridiculous prices on hard-to-find sets.

So, don’t ever buy your kids LEGO. If they want to be creative, buy them a coloring book. Your wallet will thank you.

P.S. Turns out, LEGOLAND at the age of 22 = boring.

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