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# Tuesday, 02 June 2009

I am not a kid, though I wish I am. I like Lego a lot, though I am not sure if I wish I have not. But this blog is about my daily struggle with lego, and I hope some folks would read it.

Let me start by sharing my sentiments on my lego playing experiences, like everything else on earth, there are always pros and cons to everything, and lego should not be an exception, so I feel like listing down the goods and bads about being infested with AFOL syndrome.

Top 5 good things about being an AFOL
- Having a hobby after all
- Have an area of interest in common with the Kids
- Owns something that most likely won't depreciate
- Create miniatures of things that one can't really have in reality
- There is something nice to look forward to at least (especially when you are rejected for....)

Top 5 bad things about being an AFOL
- $$$$$
- Losing spaces to lego sets
- Long term tension with spouse
- Have to act like a smuggler when bring home a new set
- When passing away, would leave over a heritage of treasure that the family will dispose like crap

Tuesday, 14 July 2009 03:36:02 (China Standard Time, UTC+08:00)
This is so true, especially the lack of $$$. My wife is a Saint, but even her patience has limits.

Dr. S.
Wednesday, 15 July 2009 16:53:01 (China Standard Time, UTC+08:00)
I can't agree more with you on all the pros and cons. I thought I'm the only one who smuggles lego home. ROTFLOL

I'm AFOL too. Just couldn't imagine how a kid could afford such expensive toys. So, it's dreams come true for me now :D.
Jimmy
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