Listen, I love LEGO. And if I could build a LEGO woman and take her on the bus with me without soliciting funny looks from all the other, REAL crazy people while we partook in a little heavy petting, I 100% would. Unfortunately, I tested the waters with a mannequin and it's a no-go. But did that stop Parisian designers Simon Pillard and Philippe Rosetti from buying a kitchen island from IKEA and covering it with 20,000 LEGO bricks? IT DID NOT! And, damnit, it won't stop them from contracting salmonella either.
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Lego Kitchen [thecoolhunter]
Thanks to Amber, who made an island out of K-Nex and keeps dropping her cereal bowl through the damn thing.
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