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Is using the term "Legos" always wrong?

You can say "Legos" if you want to. But for The LEGO Group it's an important matter, because if people start saying "Legos" about similar products produced by other companies, LEGO might lose their ...
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You know you have been LEGOing too long when

I know i have when my kids get tired of waiting for me in the Lego store & leave me to go to Starbucks
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You know you have been LEGOing too long when

You know you have been LEGOing too long when you have permanent stud prints on your fingers (That's technically a tattoo pictured, but you get the idea)
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You know you have been LEGOing too long when

When you've been waiting almost 40 years for your favorite colors to become real. The Lego Movie 2 colors (teal and aqua!!!) and the teal brick separator are like a dream come true.
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What were the most and least popular LEGO themes?

By definition, the popular themes are the ones that sell well, and the unpopular ones sell less well. TLG are in the business of selling LEGO. It makes business sense for them to offer for sale ...
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You know you have been LEGOing too long when

When you're correcting anyone and everyone that says "Legos" regardless of their age. When you're editing every question and answer I post to correct Lego to LEGO. :P When your Lego collection is ...
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You know you have been LEGOing too long when

...when you´re a dedicated AFOL and cannot laugh about Lego jokes
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Is using the term "Legos" always wrong?

(I feel like this should be pinned to the homepage or something, as I've seen this question a LOT.) Here is a link to their official policy statement: https://www.lego.com/en-us/legal/legal-notice/...
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