Dunno why, when I picked that rectangular piece at that time, I wonder how can the small circle under it can stick to other Lego?? So I test it, and test it, keep testing it, and at the end, I cannot manage to assemble a Lego tyrannosaurus like the one pictured on the Lego bag.. hurmmmm... X-(
image credits: emrank.
Is it me or I am way too behind? I was one of the guy who not yet finished watching the Star Wars movie until now, but in internet world, I see Star Wars is a legend. Star Wars brings fond and scientific memories from old time, and the only thing I remember and envy is the T robot. What model is it? Wait, I'll check in Google.
Nope, it was not T model. It's R2 D2 model, hoohoo... X-(
But I know the guy in C-3PO is a very thin guy~~ X-)
Enough of that, let's watch the mix of Lego and Star Wars in "The Fastest and Funniest LEGO Star Wars story ever told" Youtube video~~
When the home made is turned into technology.. err.. weaponry...
I lost my words when I came back to this post.. This is a pre-post with content written ahead of posting time, what can I do.. my bad..
Bonus: Lego beyond my building capabilities...
image credits: Stéfan.
There you go, fast and furious versus fast but dangerous~~
P/s: Lego belongs to LEGO.
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