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42369 clicks; posted to Main » on 04 Mar 2006 at 11:16 PM (16 years ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook



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2006-03-04 8:54:21 PM  
I would love to drive the lego car. Although replacing thousands of pieces after a fender bender would probably be a biatch.
 
2006-03-04 8:58:47 PM  
That's somewhere between awesome and scary.
 
2006-03-04 8:59:41 PM  
If the Lego real doll isn't on it then the list is totally bogus

/DRTFA
 
2006-03-04 9:01:27 PM  
Didn't some guys build LEGO machine that could beat Super Mario Bros?
 
2006-03-04 9:07:33 PM  
That is too cool. For some reason the difference engine really strikes my fancy!
 
2006-03-04 9:24:03 PM  
El Morro: probably be a biatch.

But cheap.
 
2006-03-04 11:09:24 PM  
I respect the Lego prowess.

I am currently hollowing out a piece of my kids lego to hold my old usb jump drive. damn i love my dremell.
 
2006-03-04 11:20:57 PM  
That difference engine is awesome.
 
2006-03-04 11:21:01 PM  
I once fantasized of making a dj mixer from legos...
 
2006-03-04 11:21:35 PM  
The USB Lego Thumb stick got an honorable mention?

I could shove a thumb drive in a Lego brick with no talent at all.
 
2006-03-04 11:23:48 PM  
[image from badgas.co.uk too old to be available]
 
2006-03-04 11:23:49 PM  
I'm a fan of the Han Solo in carbonite one. That's just too awesome for words.
 
2006-03-04 11:24:48 PM  
Difference Engine FTW!!!

damn.
 
2006-03-04 11:25:01 PM  
This guy is my hero. Another page. Functional, working, useful Lego creations.
 
2006-03-04 11:25:03 PM  
How long before we have a full sized lego house, with all the working parts?
 
2006-03-04 11:25:41 PM  
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2006-03-04 11:26:37 PM  
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Winnar.
 
2006-03-04 11:27:01 PM  

I would love to drive the lego car. Although replacing thousands of pieces after a fender bender would probably be a biatch.


still cheaper than a body shop.

I think the real downside of a LEGO car is that LEGO bricks are not watertight joints.
 
2006-03-04 11:27:11 PM  
How could they possibly forget the Lego Rubik's Cube Solver?
 
2006-03-04 11:30:33 PM  
is it just me or do the pics of the lego volvo look totally fake?
 
2006-03-04 11:33:01 PM  
There is a fine line between genious and insanity... sometimes you find you'll cross the line several times in your life.
 
2006-03-04 11:33:19 PM  
#9 Lego Han pwns. It should be higher.

/Not a star wars freak
 
2006-03-04 11:35:13 PM  
quite cool, thanks.
 
2006-03-04 11:37:06 PM  
What about the Ron Jeremy life size Lego likeness?
 
2006-03-04 11:37:46 PM  
What about a lego dildo, ribbed, for her pleasure?
 
2006-03-04 11:40:03 PM  
What about a lego dildo, ribbed, for her pleasure?

With pleasure-enhancing studs!
 
2006-03-04 11:43:19 PM  
those "pleasure enhancing" studs are more like "oww! stop!" studs
 
2006-03-04 11:44:46 PM  
Unavailable for comment...

[image from drew.corrupt.net too old to be available]
 
2006-03-04 11:48:36 PM  
I take it the LEGO web server is one of them
 
2006-03-04 11:52:02 PM  
None of those things are very strange, even made out of Lego.
 
2006-03-04 11:54:53 PM  
I think this should have made it

Lego Mosaic of Gollum
 
2006-03-04 11:55:22 PM  
The difference engine thinger blew my mind more than a little. But I LOVE the Lego Escher.

Funniest Lego is either The Brick Testament or Brokeback Mountain (in Lego.) I only wish they had done more Brokeback Mountain lego scenes... my favourite is "It's Nobody's Business But Ours."

/too lazy to link
 
2006-03-04 11:55:56 PM  
http://cgi.ebay.com/Lego-Mosaic-of-Gollum-Smeagol-from-Lord-of-the-Rings_W0QQi temZ6259186287QQcategoryZ73508QQssPageNameZWDVWQQrdZ1QQcmdZViewItem

Apparently, html went wrong.
 
2006-03-04 11:56:14 PM  
Really, is there such a thing as a non-strange Lego creation? Lego itself is pretty weird. For one thing, it has no plural. What's with that? It's like sheep and sheep.
 
2006-03-04 11:59:53 PM  
I agree- the Rubik's Cube solver should be on that list, as should the Brick Testament
 
2006-03-05 12:01:59 AM  
I respect the Lego prowess.

I am currently hollowing out a piece of my kids lego to hold my old usb jump drive. damn i love my dremell.


I originally read that as '...a piece of my kis leg to hold....'

I about spit milk.
 
2006-03-05 12:02:34 AM  
What about a lego dildo, ribbed, for her pleasure?

With pleasure-enhancing studs!


I stand erected...er..uh...corrected.
 
2006-03-05 12:02:59 AM  
Seconding (thirding?) the Brick Testament as a truly great Lego creation! (link pops)
 
2006-03-05 12:03:20 AM  
Peter_Stickums: is it just me or do the pics of the lego volvo look totally fake?


click that page that its from, it tells all about it (its not drivable) - but real.
 
2006-03-05 12:06:39 AM  
no lego porn?
 
2006-03-05 12:11:30 AM  
El Morro: Although replacing thousands of pieces after a fender bender would probably be a biatch.

Assuming your Lego car is able to SURVIVE said fender bender. It problably doesn`t have the best collision rating.

\exuse the ` in leau of an apostraphie, Firefox is farking up on me again and opening the search function whenever I hit either slash or apostraphie...
 
2006-03-05 12:14:01 AM  
Omegamerc

The Lego crazy stairs is amazing!
 
2006-03-05 12:18:35 AM  
How big of a geek does it make me if I admit that I think the Han Solo in carbonite Lego thing is the coolest thing I've ever seen?
 
2006-03-05 1:16:45 AM  
Lego Porn

http://drew.corrupt.net/bp/
 
2006-03-05 1:24:32 AM  
Most of the list doesn't hold a candle to this guy's <a href="http://www.texbrick.com/creations">lattice cranes</a> and other projects.
 
2006-03-05 1:33:06 AM  
What about the Lego bong? Comes with its own bricks?
 
2006-03-05 2:03:55 AM  
For years I've been wanting to build a Lego wave- a pitching, breaking ocean wave modelled on Pipeline...

anyone know any free lego blueprint proggies?
 
2006-03-05 2:04:26 AM  
Perhaps not as complex as some of those shown in the link, but BlockDeath always gets me laughing...
 
2006-03-05 2:26:56 AM  
"Boogaarts"

that cracked me up.

Definitely liked the Lego creations though, and Han absolutely should have been higher on the list.
 
2006-03-05 2:35:44 AM  
Heh, maybe I should've submitted pictures of the 5 1/2 foot long lego spaceship I built years ago. It could break apart into several different segments and had all kinds of cool functionality. I gotta break the legos out again one of these days, but I just don't have the space with all the computer shiat laying around. :(
 
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