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 scrub brush/loofah. Cute, James, but I think I'll stick to exfoliating the good old fashioned way: with a gas-powered belt sander. Now, where'd I put that 60-grit?
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.
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