The LEGO house built by James May for his BBC program Toy Stories was recently demolished after nobody stepped forward to buy and preserve the plastic abode. I would have, but I don't have the money. Or pants (pants? where I'm going I don't need pants). I'm going back to the past! Anyway, this is a little gallery of the demolition. Allegedly the blocks (which were actually donated by LEGO) are going to be used for charity builds in the future. So yeah, that's a silver lining. But not a silver panty liner! Which, haha, HORF HORF HORF HORF HORF.
Hit the jump for several more shots of the sadness.
Lego House Gets Destroyed--You Can Cry Now [gizmodo]
Thanks to AndyMac, Victoria, Kyle, Tofu Butcher, Oli, The Newologist and Nigel, who would have hit that like a wrecking ball. I'm talking sexually. You all need help.
This is a LEGO stop motion ad I've seen on television at least forty times in the past week. Maybe you have too. But if you haven't, here you go -- consider it a late Christmas present. One that sucks but you can't return. What can I say, I'm a giver.
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Remember the full-size LEGO house that was built and then subsequently demolished (there are kids in Africa that have to play with dirt, GOD!)? Well the episode of James May's Toy Stories featuring the house finally aired, and this is part of it. I particularly liked the LEGO... / Continue →
James May, co-host of the British Top Gear television series, is going to attempt to build a full size, two story house entirely out of LEGO bricks.
As part of his BBC series James May's Toy Stories, he plans to build a two-storey house in the middle of Denbies Wine Estate in ... / Continue →