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Full-size functional caravan built in LEGO

Full-size functional caravan built in LEGO

(2:14) World record for the largest caravan built with interlocking plastic bricks, ie. LEGO. Verified by Guinness World Records in Bordon, UK, October 8, 2015.

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Guest: one more time (784 days ago)

I don't get why people do this. Not saying they shouldn't - they do no harm. But why? Is it because it's hard to do? Then why not do it with one hand tied behind your back as well. Is it art? Probably - but that simply returns us to "why?" Oh well I'll just crawl back under my rock now.

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I don't get why people do this. Not saying they shouldn't - they do no harm. But why? Is it because it's hard to do? Then why not do it with one hand tied behind your back as well. Is it art? Probably - but that simply returns us to "why?" Oh well I'll just crawl back under my rock now.

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WalterEgo WalterEgo (784 days ago)

Steve Jobs said he wanted to make a dent in the universe. Maybe building LEGO caravans is a dent an ordinary person can achieve.

But if LEGO paid me to build that caravan, I'd jump at it. I'd do it for minimum wage. What a brilliantly odd job that would be.

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Steve Jobs said he wanted to make a dent in the universe. Maybe building LEGO caravans is a dent an ordinary person can achieve.

But if LEGO paid me to build that caravan, I'd jump at it. I'd do it for minimum wage. What a brilliantly odd job that would be.

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TheBob TheBob (784 days ago)
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They've built this one for PR (for his company, Bright Bricks - and for the caravan exhibition and then the Lego exhibition.)

The people I don't get are train spotters or people who "spot" Eddie Stobart lorries (like you, I'm not saying they shouldn't, I just don't get it)

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They've built this one for PR (for his company, Bright Bricks - and for the caravan exhibition and then the Lego exhibition.)

The people I don't get are train spotters or people who "spot" Eddie Stobart lorries (like you, I'm not saying they shouldn't, I just don't get it)

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