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#4
Picture 065..........men on deck, 2nd one from the left at the back, hair needs trimming.............does this bloke know nothing about the miltary ?
 
#5
Impressive stuff..... One of the memorys I have of lego was when I threw up into a bucket load of it when at play school. At the end of the session a spew filled bucket with lego floating in it was presented to my mum who had to clean every last bit so it could be used by the other kids again. Does this bloke have an older brother who comes along & smashes up his work every day ?

Regards LT.
 

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#8
Bl00dy hell. Can you imagine how much a thing like that cost in bits and man(child?)hours. I can honestly say I wouldn't have the patience!
 
#9
I heard the procurement boys are using it for a plan of the new carriers, apparently it's better than theirs.
 
#10
Only things missing are some Bootnecks daisychaining and holding hands and a missile negligently discharged.
 
#11
It must be 8 feet long! He built a destroyer as well. God, if he keeps going he'll have a bigger navy than us.
 
#12
No-one can be this sad, surely? How much time would you have to waste making this crap up?
 
#13
Thought Lego didn't do 'WAR' toys?

Far too much time on this chaps hands methinks, maybe a wife and kids would cure these strange tendencies
Sure Pentwyn/yannie would oblige
 

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#17
Ventress said:
Thought Lego didnt make grey or brown bricks, cos the kids would use them for war models!
They have made grey bits for years - all those Space Lego toys that my big brother and I made as kids. Lots of greys, blacks and whites!

(God, I'm getting old)
 
#18
This man has never ever had sex!
 
#19
Is this our response to argentine posturing on the falklands?:

Don't mess with us, we've just expanded our carrier force 33%!!!
 

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