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 Author: popsicle View Messages Posted By popsicle
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 Subject: Not an AFOL, or am I?
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Although I've never been a user of Lego, I have for years, supplied those
that create and build with Lego. What that makes me, I dunno. My interest in
Lego is and has always been in the resell or value of it. But in those years,
I have grown to appreciate and admire those that do create and find joy with
Lego.

That being said, there have been a few in the years I've been around you
AFOL types, that have moved me to want to acquire Lego models for display in
our home: Miro's masterful micro MOCs, the Arvo Brother's designs (especially
their Kaneda's Bike) and Brian’s architectural micro builds, to name a few.

Miro was kind enough to sent me one my favorite designs of his; surfer girl.
Which I had my daughter assemble for me to display on my desk. The only Lego
model I’ve ever displayed, as yet.

Adult Fan of Lego? If I’m honest about it, no, not in the spirit of the term.
But an adult fan of those that are

-Cory
 Author: Hurt View Messages Posted By Hurt
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So, you're an AFOAFOL!
 Author: popsicle View Messages Posted By popsicle
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  So, you're an AFOAFOL!

 Author: randyf View Messages Posted By randyf
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In LEGO, popsicle writes:
  Although I've never been a user of Lego, I have for years, supplied those
that create and build with Lego. What that makes me, I dunno. My interest in
Lego is and has always been in the resell or value of it. But in those years,
I have grown to appreciate and admire those that do create and find joy with
Lego.

That being said, there have been a few in the years I've been around you
AFOL types, that have moved me to want to acquire Lego models for display in
our home: Miro's masterful micro MOCs, the Arvo Brother's designs (especially
their Kaneda's Bike) and Brian’s architectural micro builds, to name a few.

Miro was kind enough to sent me one my favorite designs of his; surfer girl.
Which I had my daughter assemble for me to display on my desk. The only Lego
model I’ve ever displayed, as yet.

Adult Fan of Lego? If I’m honest about it, no, not in the spirit of the term.
But an adult fan of those that are

-Cory

I guess that makes you an AFOAFOL (Adult Fan of Adult Fans of LEGO).
 Author: popsicle View Messages Posted By popsicle
 Posted: Jan 13, 2020 11:23
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In LEGO, randyf writes:
  In LEGO, popsicle writes:
  Although I've never been a user of Lego, I have for years, supplied those
that create and build with Lego. What that makes me, I dunno. My interest in
Lego is and has always been in the resell or value of it. But in those years,
I have grown to appreciate and admire those that do create and find joy with
Lego.

That being said, there have been a few in the years I've been around you
AFOL types, that have moved me to want to acquire Lego models for display in
our home: Miro's masterful micro MOCs, the Arvo Brother's designs (especially
their Kaneda's Bike) and Brian’s architectural micro builds, to name a few.

Miro was kind enough to sent me one my favorite designs of his; surfer girl.
Which I had my daughter assemble for me to display on my desk. The only Lego
model I’ve ever displayed, as yet.

Adult Fan of Lego? If I’m honest about it, no, not in the spirit of the term.
But an adult fan of those that are

-Cory

I guess that makes you an AFOAFOL (Adult Fan of Adult Fans of LEGO).

I like it!

But the acronym is a little long... and as "Adult" is redundant, how about FOAFOL
for those in my position
 Author: CowboyAus View Messages Posted By CowboyAus
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 Subject: Re: Not an AFOL, or am I?
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It only takes 1 displayed build and you are an AFOL.
 Author: WoutR View Messages Posted By WoutR
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In LEGO, CowboyAus writes:
  It only takes 1 displayed build and you are an AFOL.

I say: not even that. Taking a genuine interest in the product is enough. Even
if it is mainly for reselling. There are many different types of AFOL. I don't
judge how people "play" with their LEGO.
 Author: popsicle View Messages Posted By popsicle
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In LEGO, WoutR writes:
  In LEGO, CowboyAus writes:
  It only takes 1 displayed build and you are an AFOL.

I say: not even that. Taking a genuine interest in the product is enough. Even
if it is mainly for reselling. There are many different types of AFOL. I don't
judge how people "play" with their LEGO.

Good point. Those in my position can cling to that thought, and consider themselves
members of the club. Thanks!
 Author: WoutR View Messages Posted By WoutR
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In LEGO, popsicle writes:
  In LEGO, WoutR writes:
  In LEGO, CowboyAus writes:
  It only takes 1 displayed build and you are an AFOL.

I say: not even that. Taking a genuine interest in the product is enough. Even
if it is mainly for reselling. There are many different types of AFOL. I don't
judge how people "play" with their LEGO.

Good point. Those in my position can cling to that thought, and consider themselves
members of the club. Thanks!

Welcome to the club.
I never even considered the possibility that you might not be (or feel) part
of it.
 Author: popsicle View Messages Posted By popsicle
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In LEGO, CowboyAus writes:
  It only takes 1 displayed build and you are an AFOL.

I like that. Thanks!
 Author: Macaronis View Messages Posted By Macaronis
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In LEGO, popsicle writes:
  Although I've never been a user of Lego, I have for years, supplied those
that create and build with Lego. What that makes me, I dunno. My interest in
Lego is and has always been in the resell or value of it. But in those years,
I have grown to appreciate and admire those that do create and find joy with
Lego.

That being said, there have been a few in the years I've been around you
AFOL types, that have moved me to want to acquire Lego models for display in
our home: Miro's masterful micro MOCs, the Arvo Brother's designs (especially
their Kaneda's Bike) and Brian’s architectural micro builds, to name a few.

Miro was kind enough to sent me one my favorite designs of his; surfer girl.
Which I had my daughter assemble for me to display on my desk. The only Lego
model I’ve ever displayed, as yet.

Adult Fan of Lego? If I’m honest about it, no, not in the spirit of the term.
But an adult fan of those that are

-Cory


You can sell Drugs on the Street doesn't mean you use them.... So in Essence
you are a Dealer. ADOL. Heh
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In LEGO, Macaronis writes:
  In LEGO, popsicle writes:
  Although I've never been a user of Lego, I have for years, supplied those
that create and build with Lego. What that makes me, I dunno. My interest in
Lego is and has always been in the resell or value of it. But in those years,
I have grown to appreciate and admire those that do create and find joy with
Lego.

That being said, there have been a few in the years I've been around you
AFOL types, that have moved me to want to acquire Lego models for display in
our home: Miro's masterful micro MOCs, the Arvo Brother's designs (especially
their Kaneda's Bike) and Brian’s architectural micro builds, to name a few.

Miro was kind enough to sent me one my favorite designs of his; surfer girl.
Which I had my daughter assemble for me to display on my desk. The only Lego
model I’ve ever displayed, as yet.

Adult Fan of Lego? If I’m honest about it, no, not in the spirit of the term.
But an adult fan of those that are

-Cory


You can sell Drugs on the Street doesn't mean you use them.... So in Essence
you are a Dealer. ADOL. Heh

Equating drug dealing with Lego dealing with your analogy, is to say the least,
interesting. Although, could similar brain chemistry take place when a fan buys
Lego or drugs?

…and how about the chemistry of addiction? I'm sure many here would concede
that weakness with their Lego buying

Like the acronym, though! But sadly I'm not even close to being a doll
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In LEGO, popsicle writes:
  In LEGO, Macaronis writes:
  In LEGO, popsicle writes:
  Although I've never been a user of Lego, I have for years, supplied those
that create and build with Lego. What that makes me, I dunno. My interest in
Lego is and has always been in the resell or value of it. But in those years,
I have grown to appreciate and admire those that do create and find joy with
Lego.

That being said, there have been a few in the years I've been around you
AFOL types, that have moved me to want to acquire Lego models for display in
our home: Miro's masterful micro MOCs, the Arvo Brother's designs (especially
their Kaneda's Bike) and Brian’s architectural micro builds, to name a few.

Miro was kind enough to sent me one my favorite designs of his; surfer girl.
Which I had my daughter assemble for me to display on my desk. The only Lego
model I’ve ever displayed, as yet.

Adult Fan of Lego? If I’m honest about it, no, not in the spirit of the term.
But an adult fan of those that are

-Cory


You can sell Drugs on the Street doesn't mean you use them.... So in Essence
you are a Dealer. ADOL. Heh

Equating drug dealing with Lego dealing with your analogy, is to say the least,
interesting. Although, could similar brain chemistry take place when a fan buys
Lego or drugs?

…and how about the chemistry of addiction? I'm sure many here would concede
that weakness with their Lego buying

Like the acronym, though! But sadly I'm not even close to being a doll

...hope it's apparent that I'm being tongue-in-cheek, here
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In LEGO, popsicle writes:
  In LEGO, popsicle writes:
  In LEGO, Macaronis writes:
  In LEGO, popsicle writes:
  Although I've never been a user of Lego, I have for years, supplied those
that create and build with Lego. What that makes me, I dunno. My interest in
Lego is and has always been in the resell or value of it. But in those years,
I have grown to appreciate and admire those that do create and find joy with
Lego.

That being said, there have been a few in the years I've been around you
AFOL types, that have moved me to want to acquire Lego models for display in
our home: Miro's masterful micro MOCs, the Arvo Brother's designs (especially
their Kaneda's Bike) and Brian’s architectural micro builds, to name a few.

Miro was kind enough to sent me one my favorite designs of his; surfer girl.
Which I had my daughter assemble for me to display on my desk. The only Lego
model I’ve ever displayed, as yet.

Adult Fan of Lego? If I’m honest about it, no, not in the spirit of the term.
But an adult fan of those that are

-Cory


You can sell Drugs on the Street doesn't mean you use them.... So in Essence
you are a Dealer. ADOL. Heh

Equating drug dealing with Lego dealing with your analogy, is to say the least,
interesting. Although, could similar brain chemistry take place when a fan buys
Lego or drugs?

…and how about the chemistry of addiction? I'm sure many here would concede
that weakness with their Lego buying

Like the acronym, though! But sadly I'm not even close to being a doll

...hope it's apparent that I'm being tongue-in-cheek, here


Oh of course... I've been here long enough to know most of the Players. I
stated my relation that while I do not do Drugs or Sell them Lego has always
Be My Non-Drug related Crack. I even start itching when I get around the toy
aisle.
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In LEGO, popsicle writes:
  In LEGO, Macaronis writes:
  In LEGO, popsicle writes:
  Although I've never been a user of Lego, I have for years, supplied those
that create and build with Lego. What that makes me, I dunno. My interest in
Lego is and has always been in the resell or value of it. But in those years,
I have grown to appreciate and admire those that do create and find joy with
Lego.

That being said, there have been a few in the years I've been around you
AFOL types, that have moved me to want to acquire Lego models for display in
our home: Miro's masterful micro MOCs, the Arvo Brother's designs (especially
their Kaneda's Bike) and Brian’s architectural micro builds, to name a few.

Miro was kind enough to sent me one my favorite designs of his; surfer girl.
Which I had my daughter assemble for me to display on my desk. The only Lego
model I’ve ever displayed, as yet.

Adult Fan of Lego? If I’m honest about it, no, not in the spirit of the term.
But an adult fan of those that are

-Cory


You can sell Drugs on the Street doesn't mean you use them.... So in Essence
you are a Dealer. ADOL. Heh

Equating drug dealing with Lego dealing with your analogy, is to say the least,
interesting. Although, could similar brain chemistry take place when a fan buys
Lego or drugs?

…and how about the chemistry of addiction? I'm sure many here would concede
that weakness with their Lego buying

Like the acronym, though! But sadly I'm not even close to being a doll

A while ago, when buying up a store's entire supply of small baggies, I got
strange looks at check-out, and the lady said "that is a lot of baggies". "Yup,
this is to supply the addicts." After a bit I did add that it was a Lego addiction
my clientele suffered from, but she didn't look convinced.

Niek.
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In LEGO, qwertyboy writes:
  In LEGO, popsicle writes:
  In LEGO, Macaronis writes:
  In LEGO, popsicle writes:
  Although I've never been a user of Lego, I have for years, supplied those
that create and build with Lego. What that makes me, I dunno. My interest in
Lego is and has always been in the resell or value of it. But in those years,
I have grown to appreciate and admire those that do create and find joy with
Lego.

That being said, there have been a few in the years I've been around you
AFOL types, that have moved me to want to acquire Lego models for display in
our home: Miro's masterful micro MOCs, the Arvo Brother's designs (especially
their Kaneda's Bike) and Brian’s architectural micro builds, to name a few.

Miro was kind enough to sent me one my favorite designs of his; surfer girl.
Which I had my daughter assemble for me to display on my desk. The only Lego
model I’ve ever displayed, as yet.

Adult Fan of Lego? If I’m honest about it, no, not in the spirit of the term.
But an adult fan of those that are

-Cory


You can sell Drugs on the Street doesn't mean you use them.... So in Essence
you are a Dealer. ADOL. Heh

Equating drug dealing with Lego dealing with your analogy, is to say the least,
interesting. Although, could similar brain chemistry take place when a fan buys
Lego or drugs?

…and how about the chemistry of addiction? I'm sure many here would concede
that weakness with their Lego buying

Like the acronym, though! But sadly I'm not even close to being a doll

A while ago, when buying up a store's entire supply of small baggies, I got
strange looks at check-out, and the lady said "that is a lot of baggies". "Yup,
this is to supply the addicts." After a bit I did add that it was a Lego addiction
my clientele suffered from, but she didn't look convinced.

Always the best anecdotes, Niek!

I can see you trying to backpedal your comment to the completely unconvinced
clerk. Priceless
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In LEGO, qwertyboy writes:
  In LEGO, popsicle writes:
  In LEGO, Macaronis writes:
  In LEGO, popsicle writes:
  Although I've never been a user of Lego, I have for years, supplied those
that create and build with Lego. What that makes me, I dunno. My interest in
Lego is and has always been in the resell or value of it. But in those years,
I have grown to appreciate and admire those that do create and find joy with
Lego.

That being said, there have been a few in the years I've been around you
AFOL types, that have moved me to want to acquire Lego models for display in
our home: Miro's masterful micro MOCs, the Arvo Brother's designs (especially
their Kaneda's Bike) and Brian’s architectural micro builds, to name a few.

Miro was kind enough to sent me one my favorite designs of his; surfer girl.
Which I had my daughter assemble for me to display on my desk. The only Lego
model I’ve ever displayed, as yet.

Adult Fan of Lego? If I’m honest about it, no, not in the spirit of the term.
But an adult fan of those that are

-Cory


You can sell Drugs on the Street doesn't mean you use them.... So in Essence
you are a Dealer. ADOL. Heh

Equating drug dealing with Lego dealing with your analogy, is to say the least,
interesting. Although, could similar brain chemistry take place when a fan buys
Lego or drugs?

…and how about the chemistry of addiction? I'm sure many here would concede
that weakness with their Lego buying

Like the acronym, though! But sadly I'm not even close to being a doll

A while ago, when buying up a store's entire supply of small baggies, I got
strange looks at check-out, and the lady said "that is a lot of baggies". "Yup,
this is to supply the addicts." After a bit I did add that it was a Lego addiction
my clientele suffered from, but she didn't look convinced.

Niek.

Yes! Like when my amazon shopping cart consisted of a small kitchen scale and
a bunch of little baggies.
Imagine if someone's place got raided and all the DEA found was Lego!
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In LEGO, runner.caller writes:
  In LEGO, qwertyboy writes:
  In LEGO, popsicle writes:
  In LEGO, Macaronis writes:
  In LEGO, popsicle writes:
  Although I've never been a user of Lego, I have for years, supplied those
that create and build with Lego. What that makes me, I dunno. My interest in
Lego is and has always been in the resell or value of it. But in those years,
I have grown to appreciate and admire those that do create and find joy with
Lego.

That being said, there have been a few in the years I've been around you
AFOL types, that have moved me to want to acquire Lego models for display in
our home: Miro's masterful micro MOCs, the Arvo Brother's designs (especially
their Kaneda's Bike) and Brian’s architectural micro builds, to name a few.

Miro was kind enough to sent me one my favorite designs of his; surfer girl.
Which I had my daughter assemble for me to display on my desk. The only Lego
model I’ve ever displayed, as yet.

Adult Fan of Lego? If I’m honest about it, no, not in the spirit of the term.
But an adult fan of those that are

-Cory


You can sell Drugs on the Street doesn't mean you use them.... So in Essence
you are a Dealer. ADOL. Heh

Equating drug dealing with Lego dealing with your analogy, is to say the least,
interesting. Although, could similar brain chemistry take place when a fan buys
Lego or drugs?

…and how about the chemistry of addiction? I'm sure many here would concede
that weakness with their Lego buying

Like the acronym, though! But sadly I'm not even close to being a doll

A while ago, when buying up a store's entire supply of small baggies, I got
strange looks at check-out, and the lady said "that is a lot of baggies". "Yup,
this is to supply the addicts." After a bit I did add that it was a Lego addiction
my clientele suffered from, but she didn't look convinced.

Niek.

Yes! Like when my amazon shopping cart consisted of a small kitchen scale and
a bunch of little baggies.
Imagine if someone's place got raided and all the DEA found was Lego!

I hate to say that I'm in a Part Of NY in the North that has some Meth Problems.
I can not even tell you the amount of times I've had to go into Walmart and
get baggies and all I can think of how many times have I been flagged walking
out of Walmart. Its even sad that I told the one clerk that it was for my daughter
sorting Friendship beads.. I don't even have kids. HAHAHA