Legosaurus Rex Finds A New Home

Today’s post is a departure from my usual content, but I hope you enjoy it. It is my way of thanking all the Mr. 1500 readers who stopped by my site last week to check out Mr. 1500’s response to my Random Questions. I hope the below story brings a smile to your face!

I’d love to know what you thought? Is “MSF’s Lego Wonderland” as lame as I think it is? Let me know if you have a better name for my army of Lego characters? 

PS – If you like the Lego characters, consider following me on twitter, I have a whole cast that doesn’t always make it onto this site.


      1. OMG. You are LITERALLY my favorite new blogger. I signed up for your site to get notifications and more fabulous stories from you after this. I’m in love. But I think we have to just be friends. I’m getting the impressions there is a woman in your life?
        Oh yeah, I’m married too. (Forgot about that for a moment…)
        Best if we’re just friends.

  1. Multi-talented you are! I look forward to seeing Legosaurus-Rex in Mr. 1500 land.

    Not sure if these are any less lame, but I tried –

    MSF’s Lego Superworld
    MSF’s Lego Kingdom
    MSF’s Lego Clubhouse
    MSF’s Lego Hero Headquarters

  2. The joke’s on you, Legosaurus. My right leg tastes waaaay better than my left.

    Does anyone have a tourniquet I can borrow? Or one of those little rubber bands that come with some of the Technic sets?

    Thanks much,

      1. Not intended as a slight — you just have a special skill that merits more attention. I mean, the writing thing is okay too, but the LEGOS, that’s where it’s at. 🙂

        1. No offense taken, the sarcasm just didn’t come through in my comment 🙂 I’ve been very fortunate to stumble upon the Lego figures. It’s been quite the hook to draw people in. Hopefully my written posts won’t drive too many people away!

    1. His work is so good, I thought he was using some online tool to create these. Nope, just a very talented dude with Lego, creativity and great photo skills.

      1. Love all of your Lego creations! I am blessed to be able to say I have a recreation!

        You also have an awesome excuse to play with Legos by yourself! #goals

  3. Love it! I’m sure glad no Leg figures were harmed. They’re too cute to get bruised up.

    I’d like to see you get more than MSF in the name – maybe:
    MSFather’s Lego Clubhouse with MSF in bold?

    1. I like the way you think Mrs. Groovy! I think my sons might argue that since it’s their Legos I’ve commandeered, I should emphasize the My Sons rather than the Father, but I like the direction you’re heading!

  4. Excellent fun! I hope you do more of these Lego blogger “docudramas.” I sure enjoyed the story and Lego figures and it’s even funnier since I follow all these guys’ blogs. This post makes me want to dig my Legos out. I kept all my old Legos but when I was a kid, the Legos were plainer. They didn’t have faces or arms or legs or spiky hair. Things have come a long way.

    1. I’ve been building my Lego blogger crew up, have a few more to work with now, so I’m sure I’ll do another “docudrama”. Legos have come a long way since I was a kid too. I remember when my kids first started getting into Legos, I was blown away at how much cooler they were from my childhood. Always a classic toy, but now taken to the next level. Thanks for reading, I appreciate it.

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