Giant construction Legos.

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  • evilmonkey2
    1 Week(s) Ago

    We actually got these at work as part of a team building exercise we did at our department's retreat (we had to make a castle). Afterwards we built a couch (uncomfortable) and a fireplace for Christmas. Now they've sat in this huge block in the corner taking up space and reminding us that we'd rather have just all gotten $50 as a Christmas bonus.

  • TheMartianDetective
    1 Week(s) Ago

    I have these in my office, we used them to build a meeting room. Not as nice as they look on video.

  • FoxAffair
    1 Week(s) Ago

    "How's that start up going?" "We built all the offices with giant Lego blocks and went bankrupt."

  • switchup
    1 Week(s) Ago

    Cool concept but holy crap expensive! The most basic desk you can buy from them is over $400

  • somuchcatses
    1 Week(s) Ago

    Build anything you want! Like walls! Or walls! Or even a Wall!

  • PickleTickleNoHomo
    1 Week(s) Ago

    This is something I'd buy a bunch of, and not know what to do with. Then it'll take up a bunch of space and I'll end up throwing it out. But I still want.

  • soon2Bintoxicated
    1 Week(s) Ago

    I wonder if you need one of those brick separator tools to get 'em apart...

  • GibsterThe3rd
    1 Week(s) Ago

    And you thought the regular ones were expensive: imagine what these cost!

  • BillionTonsHyperbole
    1 Week(s) Ago

    That's a no, dawg.

    -Every building inspector

  • Tyqmn
    1 Week(s) Ago

    "...in any shape, size, or pattern!" Yeah, as long as it's pretty much rectangular.

  • BerylCY
    1 Week(s) Ago

    They will make a wall you cannot lean on

  • f_n_a_
    1 Week(s) Ago

    Yeah... but what stops me from going all ‘kool-aid’ man on one of those walls?

  • RocketQ
    1 Week(s) Ago

    More plastic shit. We'll be eating these in our fish in the not too distant future.

  • jetfire1115
    1 Week(s) Ago

    My question is why did it flashed to someone playing ping-pong?

  • Charm-Anderson
    1 Week(s) Ago

    Oh yes, please more plastic!

  • pateens
    1 Week(s) Ago

    Can you insulate them? I want make a sweet ass LEGO cabin.

  • MisterEChops
    1 Week(s) Ago

    LEGO is already plural.

  • decredent
    1 Week(s) Ago

    More plastic!

  • TheUnrulyRight
    1 Week(s) Ago

    Yeah, I doubt they meet OSHA, ADA, building code, or fire code when considering commercial applications.

  • ShiftAndWitch
    1 Week(s) Ago

    "these plastic blocks..."

    nah you're goin backwards bro.

  • PrequelPooDoo
    1 Week(s) Ago

    Fuck you environment... take this!

  • AHirsc00
    1 Week(s) Ago

    Is there any chance these could be made out of recycled plastic?

  • KingDadDadDad
    1 Week(s) Ago

    Don't want to step on one of those bad boys in the middle of the night.

  • smandroid
    1 Week(s) Ago

    How do you prevent them from tipping over, especially if they're used to build large walls?

  • Putrumpador
    1 Week(s) Ago

    Make them affordable and from sequestered carbon dioxide and you've got a deal.

  • AlexdeMeurers
    1 Week(s) Ago

    Last I looked into these they were so outrageously expensive that it was cheaper and easier to just build real walls, so I don't really know about using it as a building material. Could be wrong tho.

  • krovek42
    1 Week(s) Ago

    I wish I could have been there in the meeting where they came up with this ad. Like "ok how do we describe how giant LEGO would work without using the word LEGO?"

  • CrookedHillaryShill
    1 Week(s) Ago

    Great, except the part where they're not connected to the floor in any way, and can be pushed and knocked over.

  • TheDarkSwordsman
    1 Week(s) Ago

    It's really cool until you realize it's $7.30 a brick, and forget about shipping enough to build walls or castles.

    Maybe if your business had a disposable income... But still.

  • Jacoolh
    1 Week(s) Ago

    *Lego

  • littleblackfox3000
    1 Week(s) Ago

    Too much plastic! We need to remember what fills the ocean and garbage dumps. Building is so bad for the environment especially these plastic bricks. Yuk. I don’t care if they are young and it’s a cool idea. The world is dying and we need to just cut back in this sh&t

  • SovietBaconTheFried
    1 Week(s) Ago

    *Lego

  • ultranoobian
    1 Week(s) Ago

    I want to know the flammability rating on those bricks

  • wallypinklestinky
    1 Week(s) Ago

    Soo.. we recycle everything into these fuckers?

  • iAmCleatis
    1 Week(s) Ago

    Plastic. PATHETIC

  • modswillburninhell
    1 Week(s) Ago

    how heavy are they?

  • iloathebeer
    1 Week(s) Ago

    plastic Plastic PLASTIC!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • somedepression
    1 Week(s) Ago

    Landfills full of giant plastic legos

  • squirrelwithnut
    1 Week(s) Ago

    Regular Legos are already expensive as fuck. These must cost an entire country's GDP.

  • aa2051
    1 Week(s) Ago

    inhales

    Lego*

  • jelly_ni-
    1 Week(s) Ago

    This would be good if the bricsk could be made from recycled plastic