Friday, 27 December 2013


LEGO has come on a long way since my youth, when as – friends of a part-Danish family – my brother and I were introduced to this LEGO thing years before it was actually sold in Britain. We learned the correct pronunciation – 'lee-go' – years before the Brits incorrectly started calling it 'leggo'...

Something not particularly widely known is that one of the LEGO bosses, Mrs Boland, stayed at our house for a couple of weeks and really liked our English I bought her a tea caddy as a gift.

Anyway, today's LEGO is capable of many more design types than we had back in those days, and one can even make Miku from a specially-designed kit, as demonstrated in the video below...

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