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Well lego coasts loads and kids are always losing bits. So why not try "I cant believe its not lego" for just a quid.
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#1
will have to have a look for theses,
#2
dose it fit normal lego bricks
#3
larrylightweight
dose it fit normal lego bricks

No, these are chunkier and the little nobbly bits are higher. They're fantastic though - we've got tons of real Lego, but the kids often play with this instead as it's just plain blocks with some wheels so they can make what they want with it rather than Lego sets which are model kits. We bought 4 packs and stuck it in a box - not the same worry if you lose a bit either. These are also easier to undo.
#4
sound more like mega bloks
#5
Good find op. Will have a look at these.
#6
I don't think anyone would have to try too hard to believe it's not LEGO, pretty cool if it comes in the colours shown in the picture though.
#7
larrylightweight
dose it fit normal lego bricks
Actually the shape looks different. But the main difference between LEGO and "competing" products is the material. LEGOs are made from ABS, which is a high quality thermoplastic material with excellent accuracy. Competitors use cheaper but inferior material such as PP. You get what you pay for.
#8
You can also get little not-LEGO sets in Poundland with little not-LEGO people, they're actually pretty good :)
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I have a load of this and it is cheaper, but my kids use it to build towers, and other bits, they love it.
#10
I have a load of this and it is cheaper, but my kids use it to build towers, and other bits, they love it.
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collectorcol
larrylightweight
dose it fit normal lego bricks
'does' (_;)

Wow how did you pick up that and miss the OP spelling mistake, shame on u!
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larrylightweight
dose it fit normal lego bricks
'does' (_;)

Wow how did you pick up that and miss the OP spelling mistake, shame on u!

"shame on you"
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dj_lloyde
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collectorcol
larrylightweight
dose it fit normal lego bricks
'does' (_;)

Wow how did you pick up that and miss the OP spelling mistake, shame on u!

"shame on you"

Its called an abbreviation grandpa.
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MrPuddington
larrylightweight
dose it fit normal lego bricks
Actually the shape looks different. But the main difference between LEGO and "competing" products is the material. LEGOs are made from ABS, which is a high quality thermoplastic material with excellent accuracy. Competitors use cheaper but inferior material such as PP. You get what you pay for.

I don't think anyone was contemplating any serious construction projects with this material.
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larrylightweight
dose it fit normal lego bricks
'does' (_;)

Wow how did you pick up that and miss the OP spelling mistake, shame on u!

"shame on you"

Its called an abbreviation grandpa.

Actually its not an abbreviation son, got anything else you want to get wrong?
#16
This is ideal for keeping in Nannies' toybox! We have a large tupperware box full of this stuff and the kids love it.... and there are no tears if it gets lost as it's only a £1 to buy another load. Bargan!
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collectorcol
larrylightweight
dose it fit normal lego bricks
'does' (_;)

why do you feel the need to correct this persons spelling, what if they are dylexic
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saadz2k5
collectorcol
larrylightweight
dose it fit normal lego bricks
'does' (_;)

why do you feel the need to correct this persons spelling, what if they are dylexic

Dyslexics (not dylexic) need all the help they can get. And it's "person's".

This has been a free public service.
#19
Wow! A penny a piece!

(I really hope I haven't made spelling/grammar mistakes. It appears to me those grammar-Nazis are out for blood.)
#20
Full stop after the close bracket?
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Raspberry-Pi case, here I come :D
#22
Fab and only 95p at our Poundland in Dudley (price wars with the 99p store!)
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dj_lloyde
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larrylightweight
dose it fit normal lego bricks
'does' (_;)

Wow how did you pick up that and miss the OP spelling mistake, shame on u!

"shame on you"

Its called an abbreviation grandpa.

Actually its not an abbreviation son, got anything else you want to get wrong?

I presume the missing apostrophe in your reply was a deliberate attempt to blend in...
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I always tell my lego, you're not trying hard enough, stop coasting.
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dj_lloyde
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larrylightweight
dose it fit normal lego bricks
'does' (_;)

Wow how did you pick up that and miss the OP spelling mistake, shame on u!

"shame on you"

Its called an abbreviation grandpa.

Actually its not an abbreviation son, got anything else you want to get wrong?

An abbreviation (from Latin brevis, meaning short) is a shortened form of a word or phrase. Usually, but not always, it consists of a letter or group of letters taken from the word or phrase. For example, the word abbreviation can itself be represented by the abbreviation abbr., abbrv. or abbrev.
#26
Bargain!! Chav Lego for those that cannot bring themselves to purchase the real thing!
#27
Awful fall apart with a feather touch ( do not connect correctly)
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collectorcol
larrylightweight
dose it fit normal lego bricks
'does' (_;)

Wow how did you pick up that and miss the OP spelling mistake, shame on u!

"shame on you"

Its called an abbreviation grandpa.

Actually its not an abbreviation son, got anything else you want to get wrong?

An abbreviation (from Latin brevis, meaning short) is a shortened form of a word or phrase. Usually, but not always, it consists of a letter or group of letters taken from the word or phrase. For example, the word abbreviation can itself be represented by the abbreviation abbr., abbrv. or abbrev.
It's not taken from the word or phrase. The presence of the letter u in the word you is irrelevant, it's not the same u. As evidenced by there being no c in see, and there being no numbers in the words to, for or ate.
#29
Rubisco
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collectorcol
larrylightweight
dose it fit normal lego bricks
'does' (_;)

Wow how did you pick up that and miss the OP spelling mistake, shame on u!

"shame on you"

Its called an abbreviation grandpa.

Actually its not an abbreviation son, got anything else you want to get wrong?

An abbreviation (from Latin brevis, meaning short) is a shortened form of a word or phrase. Usually, but not always, it consists of a letter or group of letters taken from the word or phrase. For example, the word abbreviation can itself be represented by the abbreviation abbr., abbrv. or abbrev.
It's not taken from the word or phrase. The presence of the letter u in the word you is irrelevant, it's not the same u. As evidenced by there being no c in see, and there being no numbers in the words to, for or ate.

But there is a "u" in you, which would make it an abbreviated form of the word, or shortened if you prefer.
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collectorcol
larrylightweight
dose it fit normal lego bricks
'does' (_;)

Wow how did you pick up that and miss the OP spelling mistake, shame on u!

"shame on you"

Its called an abbreviation grandpa.

Actually its not an abbreviation son, got anything else you want to get wrong?

An abbreviation (from Latin brevis, meaning short) is a shortened form of a word or phrase. Usually, but not always, it consists of a letter or group of letters taken from the word or phrase. For example, the word abbreviation can itself be represented by the abbreviation abbr., abbrv. or abbrev.
It's not taken from the word or phrase. The presence of the letter u in the word you is irrelevant, it's not the same u. As evidenced by there being no c in see, and there being no numbers in the words to, for or ate.

But there is a "u" in you, which would make it an abbreviated form of the word, or shortened if you prefer.
Like I said, it's not the same "u".
#31
Rubisco
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dj_lloyde
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collectorcol
larrylightweight
dose it fit normal lego bricks
'does' (_;)

Wow how did you pick up that and miss the OP spelling mistake, shame on u!

"shame on you"

Its called an abbreviation grandpa.

Actually its not an abbreviation son, got anything else you want to get wrong?

An abbreviation (from Latin brevis, meaning short) is a shortened form of a word or phrase. Usually, but not always, it consists of a letter or group of letters taken from the word or phrase. For example, the word abbreviation can itself be represented by the abbreviation abbr., abbrv. or abbrev.
It's not taken from the word or phrase. The presence of the letter u in the word you is irrelevant, it's not the same u. As evidenced by there being no c in see, and there being no numbers in the words to, for or ate.

But there is a "u" in you, which would make it an abbreviated form of the word, or shortened if you prefer.
Like I said, it's not the same "u".

Exactly how many "u" are there in the English alphabet?
#32
Godwin's Law was invoked many posts back:

emaad
Wow! A penny a piece!

(I really hope I haven't made spelling/grammar mistakes. It appears to me those grammar-Nazis are out for blood.)

Ergo, this thread is dead.

Edited By: omgpleasespamme on Jun 25, 2012 01:18
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collectorcol
larrylightweight
dose it fit normal lego bricks
'does' (_;)

Wow how did you pick up that and miss the OP spelling mistake, shame on u!

"shame on you"

Its called an abbreviation grandpa.

Actually its not an abbreviation son, got anything else you want to get wrong?

An abbreviation (from Latin brevis, meaning short) is a shortened form of a word or phrase. Usually, but not always, it consists of a letter or group of letters taken from the word or phrase. For example, the word abbreviation can itself be represented by the abbreviation abbr., abbrv. or abbrev.
It's not taken from the word or phrase. The presence of the letter u in the word you is irrelevant, it's not the same u. As evidenced by there being no c in see, and there being no numbers in the words to, for or ate.

But there is a "u" in you, which would make it an abbreviated form of the word, or shortened if you prefer.
Like I said, it's not the same "u".

Exactly how many "u" are there in the English alphabet?
What's the alphabet got to do with it? How many instances of the letter "u" are there in use in the English language?

Take a look at the image for this deal.
http://www.statichukd.com/images/threads/1250370_1.jpg
I'm sure that you can see 2 bricks that look the same, having the same shape and the same colour. Are they literally the same brick?
#34
omgpleasespamme
Godwin's Law was invoked many posts back:

emaad
Wow! A penny a piece!

(I really hope I haven't made spelling/grammar mistakes. It appears to me those grammar-Nazis are out for blood.)

Ergo, this thread is dead.
You mean Godwin's Law was proven (you know, like the Law of Gravity) then the thread went on regardless because it's not that type of law...
#35
LongPockets
saadz2k5
collectorcol
larrylightweight
dose it fit normal lego bricks
'does' (_;)

why do you feel the need to correct this persons spelling, what if they are dylexic

Dyslexics (not dylexic) need all the help they can get. And it's "person's".

This has been a free public service.

Actually, it's "persons' " in that context if you want to get picky about it.
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I knew a dyslexic once, he went to a toga party dressed as a Goat. (_;)
#37
cheaper then buying a house for real:)
#38
djhazardous
LongPockets
saadz2k5
collectorcol
larrylightweight
dose it fit normal lego bricks
'does' (_;)

why do you feel the need to correct this persons spelling, what if they are dylexic

Dyslexics (not dylexic) need all the help they can get. And it's "person's".

This has been a free public service.

Actually, it's "persons' " in that context if you want to get picky about it.

If you're going to be picky, it's best to be correct. "...this persons' spelling..." makes no sense.
#39
ooohhh cheap enough to finally build a lego desk
http://www.ericharshbarger.org/lego/images/desk/desk_21.jpg
#40
bojangles
ooohhh cheap enough to finally build a lego desk
Except it wouldn't be a Lego desk, would it?

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