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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.

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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.

Did you hear that the Cubs won the World Series for the first time in 100 years? So did their fans, and they came out in full force this morning for a massive parade in Chicago.

Watching this city come out for their team is a bit more than we can bear, so let's let the pictures do the talking. Check them out:

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Looks like Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade will be black listed for parent's with small children for a few years.

Thanks to strong winds in Manhattan during the annual parade, the people walking with the Barney float lost control. The giant balloon swayed into a street light, puncturing a giant hole in Barney's side. #Rest In Pieces

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