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Re: Brick Injuries

Postby Justin M » Mon Feb 25, 2013 10:39 pm

As everyone else has said, just the normal raw fingers, sore teeth, stepping on the occasional brick, etc. It seems I've been pretty lucky overall after reading what's happened to a few of you. :lol:
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Re: Brick Injuries

Postby AK_Brickster » Mon Feb 25, 2013 10:44 pm

soccerkid6 wrote:...my younger brother, however, once sat on one of my castles and suffered a sore rear end :P (the castle suffered only minor damage)

That's called the "Quality Construction Test". :roflol:
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Re: Brick Injuries

Postby richardanthonyc » Tue Feb 26, 2013 9:02 am

One of the residing memories of my childhood was my mom constantly screaming "Richarddddddddd" when she got out of bed and stepped on a brick or a pirate hat :lol: I seemed to always escape lego related injuries until recent years where due to the size of my collection I have had a fair few stepping on bricks moments
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Re: Brick Injuries

Postby Brickninja » Tue Dec 03, 2013 8:26 pm

Nothing that serious that I can remember, except having a memory of getting a bunch of lego mars mission for my 8th birthday...My fingers were raw for the next couple days. :?
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Re: Brick Injuries

Postby Sir Erathor » Wed Dec 04, 2013 4:34 pm

Lol! I was once in a real building frenzy, non-stop for 3 hours and I thought it was 10 minutes. I tried to pull two bricks apart (not plates, mind you) and they seemed to be properly stuck. I gave one last yank and the brick pulled back into by hand, cutting it quite nastily! I told my friend and he said 'It's not that bad'... I then showed him the cut ;)
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Re: Brick Injuries

Postby Brickninja » Fri Apr 11, 2014 12:49 pm

Just a few minutes ago my sister tried to jump over a large pile of Lego, and landed short of where she was trying to jump in a "splits" kind of pose, right onto some Lego.
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Re: Brick Injuries

Postby richardanthonyc » Tue Jul 15, 2014 8:00 am

richardanthonyc wrote:One of the residing memories of my childhood was my mom constantly screaming "Richarddddddddd" when she got out of bed and stepped on a brick or a pirate hat :lol: I seemed to always escape lego related injuries until recent years where due to the size of my collection I have had a fair few stepping on bricks moments


The Irony of this post is that I spent the weekend shouting my kids names as I kept randomly stepping on pieces of lego :twisted:
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