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Get rid of all inferior toys and hobbies to make room for Legos?
Donate bricks to good friend > Play Brikwars at his house > Argue over something stupid and lose bricks forever
Buy a metal or plastic box, something durable and unlikely to degrade in the soil or get ruined with mud. Then, dig a hole the size of that container. After, put container in the ground, make sure lid isn't too high or too low and cover lid with grass/dirt/boulder.
Ben-Jammin wrote:I suppose that this could work for if I was going to buy a house or apartment or something to help store my lego. I'll probably spend the rest of my existence alone anyway so that won't be a problem. I actually like this idea better than keeping them at the storage facility-place down my road; I don't trust their dumbasses one bit...
Make sure you contact your city hall for permission and make sure it's a place where flooding is rare.
I would also look up help from the internet first.
start building up rather than out. make a gigantic skyscraper that uses most of your pieces but doesn't take up much floorspace.
morganm wrote:Get rid of all inferior toys and hobbies to make room for Legos?
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