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Centenary reenactment of July 1st, 1916...in LEGO's(!)


Beechhill
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I agree that this is quite well done but is it suitable for the age range of young children who play with Lego to watch?

Anne

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Please forgive my sense of humour but.......I wasn't talking about the antics us adults get up to when no one's looking. :w00t:

Anne

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That is good. I dunno how politically correct children's games are meant to be nowadays, but I can remember back in the early 1950s wreaking great carnage in battles between my model cowboys and Indians Native Americans.

Moonraker

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Please forgive my sense of humour but.......I wasn't talking about the antics us adults get up to when no one's looking. :w00t:

Anne

Indeed not:-)

Edit: I used to think, that when we got a house, I'd have a room for such antics. Turns out that apparently that room is 'for guests' and that I'm not allowed in there due to 'making a mess'.

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Do what I did and get a shed summerhouse! Great for war games providing you don't aim too high! I reckon the footage in this is probably aimed at adults to show just how imaginative LEGO can be.

Moonraker, I dressed my next door neighbour's little boy, who was younger than me, as a Native American Indian while I played a cowboy wearing his cowboy hat (maybe that's why they moved away :devilgrin:

Anne

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Originally LEGO was made to be non-violent. The chap that invented adored any weapons for lego. It started with pirates and knights and now anyhting goes. the WW1 chaps are after market DIY jobs.

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