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Postby Hob Took » Mon May 05, 2008 1:06 am

So this is what I miss when I don't check the announcements section enough :) . I'll be praying for you to both have an very long and happy marriage. I have only been to a couple of weddings, and they weren't so great, but I'm glad yours was. I still wonder why it always gets so hot in the church? Anyway, yet another congratulations. Make that two CONGRATULATIONS!!! :P :P :P

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Postby Voran_the_Scholar » Wed May 07, 2008 2:32 pm

Glad the wedding went well, Thomas.

Are you happy to have a new sister(in law)?

Congratulations again to the newly-weds.
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Postby Danielas » Wed May 07, 2008 3:07 pm

Heres some tips for happy kids...
1 Introduce them to Lego as soon as posable.
2 When they turn 4 quit giving them Duplos.
3 On there birthdays don't give them any other toy then Legos.
4 Teach them the difference between Megos :x And LEGOs :D early on.
5 Give ME a new castle set every year. :D
Thats my advice for happy kids!(tell me how it works so i will know when i have kids.)
God Bless. Danielas

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Postby Norro » Wed May 07, 2008 3:17 pm

Congrats!

God Bless,

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Postby FullNelson » Wed May 07, 2008 10:51 pm

Danielas wrote:Heres some tips for happy kids...
1 Introduce them to Lego as soon as posable.
2 When they turn 4 quit giving them Duplos.
3 On there birthdays don't give them any other toy then Legos.
4 Teach them the difference between Megos :x And LEGOs :D early on.
5 Give ME a new castle set every year. :D
Thats my advice for happy kids!(tell me how it works so i will know when i have kids.)


I have a feeling thats not a typo...

....It should be Give FullNelson.... :P
Congrats BTW
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Postby Danielas » Thu May 08, 2008 4:17 pm

FullNelson wrote:
Danielas wrote:Heres some tips for happy kids...
1 Introduce them to Lego as soon as posable.
2 When they turn 4 quit giving them Duplos.
3 On there birthdays don't give them any other toy then Legos.
4 Teach them the difference between Megos :x And LEGOs :D early on.
5 Give ME a new castle set every year. :D
Thats my advice for happy kids!(tell me how it works so i will know when i have kids.)


I have a feeling thats not a typo...

....It should be Give FullNelson.... :P
Congrats BTW

I nevr nver nveer neaver...Dont make typos!
Oh a tip for a happy marriage if she dosent want to go to Lego Land every year, Get a divorce and marry someone different...Wait thats not right!...Agin... but if she wants to go to Florida once or twice don't be selfish... just go.
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Postby castlebuilder100 » Thu May 08, 2008 8:25 pm

Danielas wrote:Oh a tip for a happy marriage if she dosent want to go to Lego Land every year, Get a divorce and marry someone different...Wait thats not right!...Agin... but if she wants to go to Florida once or twice don't be selfish... just go.


Hey, the Orlando Lego store has the biggest pick a brick wall of any LEGO store.
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Postby Danielas » Thu May 08, 2008 10:06 pm

castlebuilder100 wrote:
Hey, the Orlando Lego store has the biggest pick a brick wall of any LEGO store.

It is! i have been there before and i dident know it was the biggest!
Sorry for going off topic.
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Postby Athos » Mon May 12, 2008 5:40 pm

Remyth wrote:Anyway, they are heading off to Hawaii today


There's no Legoland or Lego Store in HI... :roll:

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Postby wunztwice » Fri May 16, 2008 9:46 pm

(Copied from update on original post)

Well, We're back!!! The wedding went fantastically well and the honeymoon was fantastic. We've very much enjoyed reading all the comments posted here! Thank you all for the very fond thoughts!!!

I'll be starting another thread concerning the events and yes, the very special LEGO toppers! I also have a bit of other LEGO-ness from the wedding to share, so expect a new thread in a few days concerning all the juiciness!
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Postby Prince Imdol » Sat May 17, 2008 2:15 am

What did you do for your honeymoon? Glad everything went smoothly at the wedding!

Hope you to will have a happy rest of your life together.


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Postby doc069 » Sat May 17, 2008 12:42 pm

Prince Imdol wrote:What did you do for your honeymoon?


Now that's getting a bit personal isn't it? :shock:
Any statements would likely just come up as a string of "megablocks" anyways. :wink:

Congrats on the marriage man. For me it will be 15-years of bliss with my high school sweetheart at the end of this month - may yours at least double that.

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Postby Prince Imdol » Sat May 17, 2008 3:46 pm

doc069 wrote:
Prince Imdol wrote:What did you do for your honeymoon?


Lee



I wouldn't know. I'm only 15. What I mean, is like trips or something. Hope my question wasn't too personal.


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Postby doc069 » Sun May 18, 2008 2:40 am

Prince Imdol wrote:I wouldn't know. I'm only 15. What I mean, is like trips or something. Hope my question wasn't too personal. P.I


Sorry buddy - I was just teasing. Your true meaning was clear.

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Postby Prince Imdol » Sun May 18, 2008 1:15 pm

doc069 wrote:
Sorry buddy - I was just teasing. Your true meaning was clear.

Lee


Oh, haha, I didn't realize that.
Thanks,

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