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1. S@H / SAH
S@H / SAH : Shop @ Home, the online LEGO ShopS@H : LEGO Shop at Home, where you can buy LEGO online and direct from the LEGO company. In the UK you can find the site at More…
2. SHEFOL
SHEFOL : SHE Fan Of LEGO
3. SHIP
SHIP : Significantly Huge Investment in Parts. A very large LEGO creation ā€” particularly a LEGO space creation. As used in the LEGO space fan community, a SHIP is generally at least 100 More…
4. SIGFIG
SIGFIG : A signature minifig that represents a user in online communities.
5. SNIR
SNIR : Studs Not In a Row
6. SNOT
SNOT : Studs Not On Top - a building technique where pieces are rotated so that the studs on the bricks don't face upwardsSNOT : Studs Not On Top. A building technique that places LEGO More…
7. SPUD
SPUD : Special/Single Piece/Purpose Ugly/Useless/UnLEGOish Design/Decoration
8. STAMPs
STAMPs : STickers Across Many Parts : stickers that come with sets and are applied across multiple bricks. This renders it nearly impossible to deconstruct a set and reclaim each piece More…
9. Studlessness
Studlessness : A technique that hides the studs by using non-studded pieces.
10. Swooshable
Swooshable : A quality that allows a LEGO creation to be picked up and flown around a room as the builder makes flying noises.