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Makes sure that it's loaded with moonshine. 😉

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a few days ago I got my Apollo 11 LEM set and over a few days put it together.

here's a few photos as I put the sections together. I added a few MiniFigs for fun

https://www.instagram.com/p/ByV9uvlHNsV/

this is after the bottom part of the LEM was finished

https://www.instagram.com/p/BybJ1_IHdUV/

little pranksters playing around

https://www.instagram.com/p/ByeVZ4mnuwn/

completed set

https://www.instagram.com/p/BygSxGrHcIR/

and today Mom got home and I'm EXHAUSTED.

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I saw some Legos at Target. They had some expensive ones as well.

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the word "LEGO" doesn't have a plural. There's no "LEGOS", only LEGO

FYI 😀

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Fucking fingers trying to type as fast as I think again. Just don't work. 🤣

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Georgiaboy wrote:

Fucking fingers trying to type as fast as I think again. Just don't work. 🤣

LOL, 🤣 no worries

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Then why are we, as a society, constantly referring to playing with Legos? My phone's keyboard has Legos so it must be a word. My phone loves me and would not lie.

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I'm just passing on LEGO lore.

I know people verbally say "LEGOS" but within the club, the correct way to speak about them is "pieces of LEGO" or "bricks"