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I don't know why, for some reason I can't help to see 'Legos' as incorrect when referring to the plural of Lego. In fact, when I talk/write about Lego, a single piece to me is a *piece* of Lego (or a Lego brick), the plural of which is pieces of Lego. The collective noun (?) to me is *Lego*, as in a box of Lego, as opposed to a box of Legos.
I'm not having a go at anyone,of course, I just find it interesting that many people use *Legos*, while others use *Lego*. Is there an official way to say it? Lego style guide or something?
BTW, I'm no expert when it comes to spelling, grammar, or language (although I'll fight for the serial/Oxford comma till the death ;)