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extra pieces

big expensive model over time from small kits.
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Looking in the shop, most construction block toys have the super big models, very expensive, and the cheapest small models. My thought is to have extra pieces in the small kit. These small extra pieces indicate a larger model that, with the collection and saving of the small sets, builds one big expensive model. Although, slightly cheaper because of the extra pieces.

Saving for something has to beat instant gratification especially with learning along the way.

wjt, Oct 05 2019


       Sort of "Buy a Rutan Long E-Z kit, get a 787 tailfin included" ?
8th of 7, Oct 05 2019

       //Saving for something has to beat instant gratification// Instant gratification always seems to get a bad rap.
MaxwellBuchanan, Oct 05 2019

       This is a very good idea. How did it make it past security?   

       It was hidden inside the kit of parts for another idea, stupid.   

       Please, do try to keep up.
8th of 7, Oct 05 2019

       Well we can't have that now can we.
The excellent ideas will start rubbing off against the crappy ones and we'll just end up with fifty shades of great.


       ...and if my immune system hadn't rejected assimilation I wouldn't have to make mistakes in order to learn now would I?   

       I blame genetics.   

       [8th of 7] The Rutan's wing could be the tailfin of the 787. Extras would be parts not capable to be built from the small kits.   

       //Instant gratification always seems to get a bad rap.//A social issue of a complex nature.
wjt, Oct 06 2019

       probably genetics...   


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