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A Prosthetic Leg and 4 More Bizarre LEGO Creations

LEGO sex machine, anyone?

Everyone knows that LEGOs are the best thing ever created. But while you were busy building intricate Star Wars models, some people were thinking way outside the box, using LEGOs to construct much more, um, interesting items. Like prosthetic legs. Because, obviously. Behold, five of the most bizarre things ever constructed using LEGOs.  

The Prosthetic Leg

Christina Stevens, 31, tragically lost her leg earlier this year after her foot got crushed changing the brakes on her car. After a friend “jokingly suggested” making a prosthetic leg out of LEGOs, Christina naturally decided to go ahead and do it, and the YouTube video she posted last month has already garnered more than 1 million views. Putting the “LEG” in LEGO, am I right?! (We’ll just show ourselves out.)

Bartender Robot

Yes, you got that right. This robot, developed in 2004 by a group of college students in Germany, actually makes cocktails. And it makes jokes while concocting them! It also speaks German. Only German. So while we’re not very confident about its sense of humor, something tells us those cocktails are precise as shit.


Condom Dispenser

You really want to impress your date/girlfriend/wife/other person you use condoms with? Just whip a prophylactic out of the LEGO condom dispenser, and show her you mean business. Especially if your lady friend has some weird LEGO fetish, because that is apparently a thing. In less than 30 seconds, a condom will dispense out of this LEGO machine—which is only, like, 29 seconds longer than it would take to get one out of your bedside drawer using your arm. That is so old-fashioned. You’re welcome, world.

Sex Machine

We tried approximately 10 different ways to write about this, but honestly, the LEGO sex machine is exactly what it looks and sounds like. Just watch the video. Then go take a shower, because this is gross. (Note: Make sure to turn on the volume; the background music is key.)

Octopus Apparatus

The only thing stranger than the fact that this exists is the fact that the video is 17 minutes long. But like anything that’s 17 minutes long, we recommend skipping through most of it. In a nutshell, what we have here is a very complicated LEGO contraption that doesn’t seem to have a purpose. Like, at all. Not even a little bit. Really, if you have any insights into why anyone would ever need or want “octopus apparatus,” period, let alone made out of LEGOs, please do let us know.


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