Lego Friends Carry Case  £14.44 inc p&p @ Lego
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Lego Friends Carry Case £14.44 inc p&p @ Lego

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Found 1st Oct 2014
The cheapest I've found, the next price is £16.10 with free p&p on Ebay. Lego friends is a female-orientated range of lego with lots of little tiny bits and pieces to stand on (more than most lego I think). I found this neat case for keeping all those irritating bits together, so the young builder can hopefully cart the blessed stuff off to Nan's house. Nowt more to be said really. Buy it if you need one!

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Original Poster

not sure why someone would vote it cold, without pointing to a cheaper identical product or giving a negative review of the product.

Hear from me my daughter loves lego friends

Looks pretty small?

Lego friends, ..quality compared to regular lego (with females included) is not good, more like polly pocket, ..just get your girl into lego without the endless search for pink bricks, YOU create gender issues to young kids by introducing them in the first place.

what do you want next "pink mud"? for more inclusive mud pie fights!? oO

Keep this crud out of the simple joy of lego.

MR GUS

Lego friends, ..quality compared to regular lego (with females included) … Lego friends, ..quality compared to regular lego (with females included) is not good, more like polly pocket, ..just get your girl into lego without the endless search for pink bricks, YOU create gender issues to young kids by introducing them in the first place.what do you want next "pink mud"? for more inclusive mud pie fights!? oO :(Keep this crud out of the simple joy of lego.



The colour for Gender is much the same as noticing the colour of skin, a state of mind and social upbringing as well as a sense of belonging. There has always been a divide, it used to be that all children wore 'dresses' and the blue/pink associations were the opposite, blue for girls / pink for boys: Source O and Santa also used to be Green (yes he exists :D).

I agree with the quality of the products though, stick with mainstream Lego, much better.

Original Poster

I suppose it depends if you rely on your children's toys to reinforce gender, rather than creating an environment where all children can investigate what it is to be themselves. My youngest daughter loves this stuff. She wants to be a scientist, she chooses her clothes out of the boys' department and has short hair, she also likes building little pink houses, then she gets the other Lego out and builds a robot to knock down the little pink house. She makes experiments, uses her metal detector, puts her teddies in dresses and plays with the action man and tank inherited from her dad. My guess is that makes her pretty normal. I buy pink lego if that's what she fancies for her birthday, I really don't remember trying to decide what I wanted for my 10th birthday on the basis of value for money. We totally ignore the pink and blue zones in the shop, just as we ignore the promise of free gubbins in boxes of cereal. If you explain how advertising works to your kids then they are more likely to be free from its grubby paws.
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