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Here Are 16 Awesome Uses For LEGO You Never Thought Of. #10 Is Straight Up Awesome.

FEBRUARY 28, 2014

Since 1949, LEGOs have been a part of our lives, making walking barefoot through our children's toy rooms a dangerous minefield. (Studies will soon show that stepping on a LEGO brick while barefoot is the most painful thing a person can experience, second only to childbirth.) As of 2013, LEGO has produced 560 billion bricks, contributing to all of the amazing kits that have been built over the years, from Star Wars to Simpsons. LEGOs were made so that children could think outside of the box and build whatever their hearts desired. So, it makes sense that some people came up with some pretty cool things you can build with LEGO:

1.) A heart friendship necklace.

2.) Adorable structural repair.

3.) Fun home design for kids (and adults).

4.) An awesome educational tool for kids.

5.) Actual buildings made of LEGOs.

6.) Prosthetic legs for our animal friends.

7.) A custom key holder, so you'll never lose your keys again.

8.) An awesome cell phone charging station.

9.) A simple cell phone dock.

10.) Custom-made knife block (that you should please, please keep away from children).

11.) A computer case that you can build to your specifications.

12.) Cool cuff links for your wedding day.

13.) Adorable night lights for your child's room.

14.) Nerdy houses for your pets.

15.) Sort-of comfortable furniture for your home.

16.) An adorable gift box (and an awesome idea for an engagement ring box).

I'll never look at a box of LEGOs the same way again. I feel a little silly just following the instructions. By now, my entire home could have been built out of LEGO. (H/T Mashable) Have you ever looked at LEGO bricks this way before? Share this article with others by clicking the button below.

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