questionsare you ever too old for legos?

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You are never, ever, too old for Lego.

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Never too old, but now it's easier to play on the table instead of the floor. :)

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Maybe I don't understand the question, but what does age have to do with playing with legos?

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I was at Legoland last week with my grandkids. It's not my thing, but the grandkids had a great time. I'm so old that my best memories are playing with Tinkertoys, Lincoln logs, and erector sets.

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I don't "play" with lego anymore, but I do build things on occasion. I love my .

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Just bought a Lego Captain America yesterday that I plan to put together + keep on my desk. Originally thought it was on sale, but when it wasn't, went ahead anyway. Sometimes you just need to build/do something fun.

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Never too old, ever. I still love to play with Lego, and I don't know if I'll ever stop.

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Too old to play with them? Nope. Too old to get obsessed to the point where you practically steal them and sell them to make profit? Yes. Yes indeed.

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I played Legos back back in the day when they weren't expensive as a kid.... and sets that cost hundreds and thousands of dollars didn't exist (at least to my knowledge)..

I walk into lego stores today and while it is cool, I always think to myself, "I have a great career job with a nice salary.... but I can't bring myself to buy this Deathstar..." and I walk out empty handed every time..

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One is never too old for Legos. I have a few sets myself. In fact, I think it's time to dig them out...and hopefully the cats won't try to eat them!

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Serious engineers, serious Legos -- just saw this jet engine + figured it was a must share here ; )

http://dvice.com/archives/2012/07/why-we-love-leg.php

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You are always too old to STEP on a Lego.

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@rlapid2112: Yep. Two motors turn a gear that pushes the firing pin back, which loads the first "round". Once the round is chambered, the firing pin gets pulled forward by rubber bands (the blue ones at the back), launching the projectile and resetting the machine for the next round. It's fully automatic (about one round per second) and fires farther than you'd think.

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I was hoping the #1 answer would be someone just saying "No"

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Are you kidding? Legos only get BETTER as you get older.

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You're only too old when you give up on trying to get the pieces apart.