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Did you enjoy playing with Lego as a child, or do you still enjoy it now?

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Love Lego. Always have. Always will.
by Vee
I enjoyed playing with it as a child, but I never built anything like the amazing creations you see today.
My son is a big fan of lego
I didn't own any Lego as a child, though my husband did and he still has a lot of his that are now 30+ years old. My kids all adore Lego and we have so much of it storage is becoming an issue!
My youngest who is now 23, LOVED lego. I can't even tell you how much money we spent on lego when he was a kid. I think he had every lego set ever invented.
It was meccano in my day. These days I just trip over it thanks to my grandchildren.
Not when I walk on it at 3am on the way to the loo, not when it's all through the house like confetti …. but I must like it on some level because I keep buying it!
Only because my son loves it so much!
No I don't particularly like to build with Lego, and when I was a child, Lego was not around.

I do however, like to buy it for my grandchildren as it is fascinating what you can do with Lego nowadays -even a film has been made of it!
by Finy
I do yes! As long as I'm not walking on it in the middle of the night on the way to the loo ….. then I think it should all be burnt.

All the kids have had duple and lego, my youngest son will be getting a long of handed down lego, poor child, he'll never know the joy of his own set!
Yes but.. There is nothing more painful than stepping on a block.
Yes, Lego is fantastic, I still have Lego from when I bought for my son (he is now 45 years of age).It outlasted Mechano by a mile.
Lego certainly has its uses. However, it is far too expensive, and I wish that when one's children grow out of it, it could be buried or composted to breakdown into nutrients to fertilise and enrich the soil.
What a great pity all toys do not have that component.
The flip side of its long lasting nature though is that it can be passed down and used by many children. My kids play with my Lego from the 80s.
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