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how do minifigures why they don't the lego people?

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edit: oh my god

 

 

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Ben24x7

Grammer: 0.6/10

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Ayliffe

minifigs are just exo-skeletons for tiny people confirmed confirmed

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Pereki

How could you forget this classic?!

 

also, that mixels one is amazing. the ribcage and hips are just leg bones stacked on top of each other horizontally

 

and for bonus 'somewhat related' round,


 

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this guy in mnog

 

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CrashDSB

My head hurts just thinking about this...

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Avery

Most of these things were clues to Galidor and we are at fault for not exposing LEGO in time. You all better start paying attention before they release another cancerous humanoid theme.

 

That LU Commercial reminded me of this:

 

EDIT: You forgot to include these

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Starrocks923

The expression on the head monument behind Pippin Reed says it all.

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ProfessorBrickkeeper
6 hours ago, Pereki said:

and for bonus 'somewhat related' round,


 

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this guy in mnog

 

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so human to how do bonklers

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Xir
9 hours ago, Terrev said:

LEGO Universe UK TVC

So basically one half of a LEGO hand is 4 fingers, and the other half is one thumb. That doesn't look all too reliable on its own to be honest, we better start growing more thumbs!

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Ben24x7
49 minutes ago, Xiron said:

...we better start growing more thumbs!

 

Or we can split our middle finger(s) in half, no one seems to use those except for a certain rude gesture.

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Ayliffe
25 minutes ago, Ben24x7 said:

 

Or we can split our middle finger(s) in half,

 

GEE THANKS FOR PUTTING THIS LOVELY IMAGERY IN MY HEAD JUST BEFORE I GO TO SLEEP

 

:P

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jamesster
5 hours ago, AaronBurner05 said:

EDIT: You forgot to include these

I wanted to include more but ran out of space in my paint.net canvas and it felt like a good place to stop for one post. :P Some other things:

 

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Adventurers media did stuff like that a lot though, so if we listed every example we'd be here all day.

 

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TT and the curious case of the lowered pants:

 

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jamesster

this was just uploaded and I feel it belongs here

 

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Pereki
On 5/13/2016 at 5:30 AM, Pereki said:

this guy in mnog

 

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Update: someone pointed out this is actually a reference to The Adventures of Tintin. It's called the Arumbaya Fetish.  

 

And it goes deeper! Tintin based it on a real-life Chimu sculpture. 

 

so what I'm saying is that bionicle has a chima idol secret

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jamesster
56 minutes ago, Pereki said:

so what I'm saying is that bionicle has a chima idol secret

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Avery

Sorry to bump. I found this in the instructions to 1383-1 Curse of the Pharaoh. I figured I should post it here:

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Jessietail

the tongue was preserved within the mouth cavity and did not decompose with all the other flesh. the orbits can move because zombie magic.

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jamesster

there's plenty of examples of this throughout the TT games but I think this one is my new favorite

 

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Avery

I already knew about this, but I just thought about it as I was replaying the GBC port of LI2

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Yajmo

Not sure if this belongs here but:

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jamesster

Eh, those are just real toys done in the style of bendy minifigures. Not weird human/minifigure stuff or anything that draws attention to how minifigs "work", at least not more than any other case of them being bendy.

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DistrictToTheFuture
On 8/1/2016 at 11:53 PM, Aparkee said:

Sorry to bump. I found this in the instructions to 1383-1 Curse of the Pharaoh. I figured I should post it here:

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and I found this in a random .WIB file in LEGO Island 2

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ProfessorBrickkeeper

Sorry for reawakening a seemingly dead topic, buuuuuuut...

 

 

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These official images from the LEGO Education StoryStarter Curriculum Pack raise some questions I never wanted to ask.

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TheBillionTonBrick
22 hours ago, ProfessorBrickkeeper said:

Sorry for reawakening a seemingly dead topic, buuuuuuut...

 

 

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These official images from the LEGO Education StoryStarter Curriculum Pack raise some questions I never wanted to ask.

 

No wonder it got discontinued.

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aidenpons
18 hours ago, TheBillionTonBrick said:

No wonder it got discontinued.

 

I don't think that's entirely true - some googling later, the idea seems to have lived on in the Comic Book Makers.

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