LEGO is a Danish brand of construction toys that consists of colorful interlocking plastic bricks and other accessories.
Stress by a broken LEGO brick
You will find even one single LEGO brick in every German household. When I was a little boy (early 70s), I brought nearly all my LEGO bricks to my friend to play with - after sometime, his father joined us and when he needed a half-size flat brick he took a full size one and BROKE IT. I cried and this was the last time I spoke to him.
Lutz, Germany - 28 April 2009
The perfect toy
Don't remember a single thing that I did not try to make out of LEGO. No toy can be as much fun as these things! It's the perfect toy. You can play by yourself of even let friends join in. I still won't mind spreading out on the carpet with a set if I could lay my hands on one. I LOVE LEGO!
Maithili, India - 27 April 2009
Was and still is magical
Loads and loads of hours I spent playing with LEGO when I was a kid. Many good memories come up thinking of those times. The competition I had with my brothers: Who builds the nicest house, who the coolest car? The stories we invented playing with the different characters...To me, LEGO was and still is magical. A way of playful expression. Yes, these physical manifestation of the player's ideas are restricted due to the brick's characteristic design - but in a good way. LEGO leaves a lot of space for imagination.
Tanja, Switzerland - 17 April 2009
A little piece of me
Lego is simply a little piece of me and a lot of funny hours. But what about Playmobil?
vivatrinacria, Italy - 22 December 2007
An inspiration to any designer
LEGO - most innovative system I’ve seen. An inspiration to any designer. Simple and clean. I loved it as a kid and love it as an adult.
Buck, United States - 04 January 2007
I still secretly play Lego at 35. what else can I say? But it must be said that Lego is a brand that does not exploit its full potential today. It makes me think, "If I was one of them, all the new things I would propose!" I see problems with their level and style of innovation, as well as the completeness of their product range. Lego is one of those Lovemarks whose summit is left behind. I would love to see all of its glory resurrected.
Zeynep, Turkey - 14 April 2006
The best toy any child could have
This is the best toy any child could have. Nothing gives you the same freedom as a LEGO does. With LEGO you can do whatever you want with the very same pieces for your entire childhood. If I had the money, I would buy it just to never let it go bankrupt. It's my gift to children all over the world.
Alan, Brazil - 09 February 2006
Seriously, they could sell WAY more...
Lego is awesome. But they charge too much, especially for Technic sets in which they never give you enough beams. Seriously, they could sell WAY more, if they lowered the price for their bulk sets or spare parts. I know love doesn't replace revenue, but even though I may not buy their over-priced kits any longer, I still love the brand.
Jeremy, United States - 25 April 2005
Calming, soothing, nostalgic
Legos make a certain sound as they are raked back and forth across the floor. Almost like the ocean, I can still hear them even though it has been years since I've played. The sound is calming, soothing, nostalgic. My brothers and I had a massive pile and we must have spent hours sitting among them. We loved them! I don't think I enjoyed any other toy as much as those Legos.
Anne, United States - 11 March 2005
As I was growing up, I played with LEGO religiously. At the time, I had very few so I would create something and then have to break it in order to build something new (I hate building from the instructions - I would rather build something on my own). Now that I am older and actually have somewhat of an income, I enjoy creating with my LEGO and being able to keep the things that I create. Legos allow me to be creative, but also require me to think inorder to build so complex little devices. Lego's are absolute genius; sure there are similar toys, but none compare to that of the original Legos.
Neelam, United States - 19 August 2004