LEGO Figures Sure Have Changed [Pic]

Submitted by: kitteh9lives 4 years ago in Weird

Childhood crushed in 3, 2, 1.....
There are 17 comments:
Male 23
Maybe it`s Lord Humungus from The Road Warrior?
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Male 10,855
more nastiness:
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Male 329
Rule 34
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Female 1,478
Does this count as erotic asphyxiation, too?
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Female 394
I almost want some of these. I think it`s because it looks like it has a smiley face on his tummy. With a harness for a nose and some chest hair as a toupée.
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Male 594
No more picking up LEGO pieces when you`re done, now you can just yell "It puts itself in the box!" and all is good..
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Male 333
Well that adds a whole new meaning to Lego being Danish for "play well". Oh and is there a whole Gimp`s Den playset to go with the figures?
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Female 8,043
Bremir, should one describe Fords as Ford cars? How about Macs as mac computers? Just because it is a proper noun doesn`t mean it can`t (or shouldn`t) be pluralized. If I say bring me the LEGO, do I mean one LEGO or the whole box? If I say bring me the LEGOs you know I want more than one.
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Male 14,331
@Bremir

Go play with your LEGOS!!!!!!
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Male 2,099
Sorry. I get it now. You mean I should say Legoes. Sorry
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Male 2,099
@Bremir, but then how do I say Legos?
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Female 8,043
Damn Bremir, passion for the LEGOs getting to you? Chill, it`s a toy.

I found this for you:

English

Etymology
From Lego

Noun


A tower made from Lego blocks
lego (countable and uncountable; plural legos)
A set of LEGO pieces.
A LEGO piece.
Something made from such pieces.
I made two lego robots.
I made two legos that looked like robots. (only in the USA)
[edit]Usage notes
Usually uncountable outside the USA.
Often used attributively, especially outside the USA with plural sets, pieces, or objects.

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Male 761
I think someone needs a break from the internet.

Seriously, no one cares that much about LEGO`s.
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Male 1,197
my kind of lego
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Female 9,557
Looks like Gerry`s order came in.
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Male 392
LEGO, not "Lego`s" or "Legos". There is no such thing as "Lego`s". It`s just LEGO. And before anyone argues that fact, "Lego`s" is plain and simply an American term you will not hear anywhere else around the world because the ******* product is called "LEGO".

At no point will you ever see the company, or anyone else around the world add an S to the word. Anyone who uses the term "Lego`s" or "Legos" is a goddamn dumb ****.
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Female 8,043
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