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Via: BBC Radio 1
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Will Arnett has one of those deep, enviously smooth, unforgettable voices that never fails to fill a room with sheer awesomness. I'd have a hard time holding a conversation with the guy because I'd be picturing BoJack Horseman the whole time, but is that even a bad thing? Anyways, what we have here is a fine display of Arnett putting his talents to great, comedically-inclined use.

Via: FHM Philippines
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Brick Burger in Manila, Philippines takes the idea of building your own burger very seriously.

They have developed a new burger that looks like a Lego, and I’m torn between nostalgic delight and horror at the idea of a red or black bun. It’s really these colors that gross me out.

But the burger itself looks pretty good. The bun is shaped like a Lego brick, and after years of stepping on those things, you can finally eat them. Revenge is a dish best served with lettuce, tomato, and ketchup.

H/T Mashable

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Via: China Daily
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How did you celebrate the New Year? Get drunk? Thought so.

Well, not to make you feel bad, but this dude put together a 200,000-piece Lego Rooster for a Lego float to celebrate the Chinese New Year and the Year of the Rooster.

via Pop Key

Commissioned by the Hong Kong Tourism Board, the rooster stands at six-and-a-half feet tall (that’s taller than my dad!) and took five people a month and a half to complete.

Andy Hung, Hong Kong’s only certified Lego Professional builder says, "I wanted to use Lego pieces that resonate with people from the East and impress my audience.

Congratulations, Andy, you’ve succeeded. Now get on that float and take a bow.

trolling donald trump legos Everyone Loves This Guy's Saga of a Twitter Interaction With Trump, Even If It's Fake
Via: @ZAKagan
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Haters are saying it's photoshop but we're holding out hope that someone is telling Donald Trump to keep what's really important (the LEGO Bionicle series) in mind when making policies. 

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