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Lego addicted

Some Symptoms of LEGO Addiction
Extracts from :
? 2001 Monica Wilbur

- You can't walk from one end of your room to the other without getting bricks stuck in your toes.
- You have serious, heart-to-heart conversations with your Darth Maul mini-fig.
- You think carrying a Han Solo mini-fig in your pocket makes you more manly.
- You find bricks in your underwear drawer - and you KNOW how they got thee.
- You go to the store for a candy bar and come back with three LEGO sets, no candy bar, and a big stupid grin on your face.
- You pat down your friends before they leave your LEGO room.
- You think that if Hansel and Gretel had dropped LEGO bricks instead of bread crumbs, life would've been easier on them.
- Your dentist finds a 1x2 LEGO plate wedged between your molars.
- You wish they made a "patch" for plastic addicts like yourself.
- You take baths with your LEGO models.
- You want people to throw mini-fig heads, not rice, at your wedding.
- You've dreamed of building a walking, talking "mini-me" entirely out of LEGO bricks and having it do your evil bidding.
- Your idea of Survivor is to go without messing with your LEGO collection for over 24 hours.
- You force everyone at your family reunions to look at your album of custom model photos.
- You've fallen asleep on your pile of LEGO bricks and woke up with little divots all over your cheeks.
- You sniff the bricks as they come out fresh from their sealed plastic baggies.

Plural of Lego ?

Extract of : http://www.multicon.de/fun/legofaq.html.

While most people point out that they just say LEGOs, lunatic@netcom.com (Lunatic Johnathan Bruce E'Sex) dug out:

One catalogue, dated 1980, has the following on its back page:

Dear Parents and Children
The word LEGO(R) is a brand name and is very special to all of us in the LEGO Group Companies. We would sincerely like your help in keeping it special. Please always refer to our bricks as 'LEGO Bricks or Toys' and not 'LEGOS.' By doing so, you will be helping to protect and preserve a brand of which we are very proud and that stands for quality the world over. Thank you!
Susan Williams replica uhren
Consumer Services (Susan's name is a pseudonym for the service dptmt.)

Matthew Miller, mattdm@mattdm.org, added:
The above quote from the catalog is often cited as evidence for "Lego" as the proper plural, but in fact that is misreading it. Trademark law in the US at least is easiest if the trademark is used as an _adjective_. The point they're trying to make is that you should say "LEGO Bricks", rather than calling the product itself either "Legos" _or_ "Lego".

In fact, they seem to assume that "LEGOS" is the natural plural, since that's the only one they bother to correct. So, in formal usage, both "Lego" and "Legos" are wrong.
To me, that means people shouldn't make such a big deal about it in informal use!