By Mashable Video2014-09-11 15:29:48 UTC

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Listen up, blockheads — this one’s for you.

We go full-Lego in the newest episode of 5facts. No assembly required.

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1. You’re Saying It Wrong

The plural of Lego is not Legos — it’s Lego bricks.

The toy’s creators claim LEGO is an adjective, not a standalone name.

2. Outnumbered


There are 62 Lego pieces for every human being on the Earth. Yes, the planet Earth.

3. Our New Lego Overloads

230/365 - Everyone needs a getaway

In 2011, a life-sized Lego man washed up on a Florida beach wearing a shirt that read, “NO REAL THAN YOU ARE.”

It was apparently the work of Ego Leonard, the alter ego of a mysterious Dutch artist.

It’s not the first time a Lego man has washed up on a beach — others have shown up on the shores of England and Holland as well.

4. Hole in the Head


Image: Flickr, Sunny Ripert

Lego figurines have tiny holes on the tops of their heads so kids can still breathe if they accidentally swallow them.

5. The Force Is Strong


A single Lego brick can withstand 950 pounds of pressure before breaking.

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