LEGO was my absolute favorite. I got my first set at the age of 3 (around the time my first little sister was born), and I had a full sack of various bricks throughout my childhood. It was the real deal, too (not Duplo or something aimed at younger kids).
Nothing specific comes to mind at the moment, but in general, I'd refuse to promote products or brands that are repeatedly (and knowingly) violating human rights or damaging the environment (without doing something about it).
Hate speech and violence against people, just because of who they are (opinions, sexuality, ethnicity, gender, etc). The only violence I can condone, really, is the type taken in (self) defence against violent acts.
If someone made a statue of you, what position would you choose?
Standing up, with my right leg up on a rock/stool/whatever, and hands and face showing some kind of pride, I guess. I don't really feel comfortable with a statue of myself, actually. I'd rather see a statue of something I've created (or helped create), though.
A light candlelit dinner, maybe just chatting about random stuff with eachother, and then cuddle on the sofa in front of a movie we both like. After the movie, maybe just keep cuddling, keep chatting a little, or wherever the mood takes us, really. All in the comfort of the home, pretty much.
Just don't. Taking someone's life feels like a cop-out to me. It's not really a penalty for the offender, it's more of an easy way out (quick and somewhat-painless). As I see it, there are two better options for long-term prisoners, depending on the crime: rehabilitation, or long-lasting torture (which would only be reserved for criminals that should not return to society for any reason whatsoever).