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I totally did not dream about a set I found in a store which had among other parts 3L motors and 2 receivers for 5,82€

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I totally did not dream about a set I found in a store which had among other parts 3L motors and 2 receivers for 5,82€

Heh, totally wet dreams :devil:

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I totally didnt get pissed off today when some people told me to do vidoes and models more like Sariel does... Because apparently if you dont do stuff like he does you are wrong in all aspects of life....

P.S. Nothing against Sariel he's cool but everyone has its own style...

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Those prices for flex axle 19L in black/white are a true bargain and they are highly available.

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TLG should totally expand their color coding of pins and axles and add colors like pink, lime green etc. We can never get enough different colors in a model!

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These PF wires are always the perfect length!

I always leave room for a receiver/battery box.

I've never ever cut pneumatic tubing.

My motorized models never have visible wires!

I can totally make a 9-wide independent suspension with drive, steering, and accurate suspension geometry!

I wish I had more System bricks...

Someday, I'll make a model with all these rubber band holders...

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  • "I have way too less black connection pins"

Completely serious: I nearly ran out of pins earlier this year. If you build something big enough, you WILL run out of black pins, even if you have over 9000 of them!

not so serious (maybe some repeats? sorry):

"I will get round to inventorying my collection"

"I never make any mistakes while building a set"

"I will put some money in my savings account this paycheck"

and for me personally:

"I'm sure they won't mind if I cut a hole in the roof so the top of the tower will fit!"

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This is the last set I'm going to buy this year...

or at least until the next wave comes out...

OK. This is the least set I'm going to buy this year that is $100+...

from this wave...

so any of those $5, $10, $13, or $20 sets is ok...

or that $60 set I wanted all summer.

Edited by m0dulo

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Al mine ships floats and sail perfectly.

Never haved spend more than €3000.00 at one moc.

I always have calculated the parts right and have no leftovers.

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Look forward every year to seeing the new Technic sets almost a year before they are in store. (sarcasm)

Will NOT be watching the 2015 topic. (Not sarcasm)

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I've never been disassembling a LEGO Technic set and run into something a quick application of the Brick Separator Tool couldn't take care of.

And I definitely need more brick separators.

I can't be the only one who thinks all those contest turtles are ugly, can I?

Edited by rollermonkey

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Allanp reaaaaaaaaaaallly like LAs!

Yeah, because they are mechanically authentic replicas of real life hydraulics, they are not painfully slow when operated manually, they are not painfully slow and do not do all of the gearing down for you when motorised, they are always powerful, just look at how the outriggers quickly lift 42009 off the ground and the whole concept of using an LA in place of a pneumatic is a great idea.

Sorry guys, couldn't resist. I'm going to have a wash now, I feel unclean!

Edited by allanp

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