Legos Quotes by Maria Popova, Ayelet Waldman, Ilona Andrews, Pete Wentz, Chris Hardwick, James May and many others.
You enrich people with creative resources, and over time, these Lego bricks that end up in their heads eventually build this enormous, incredible castle.
By the time the children go to bed, I am as drained as any mother who has spent her day working, car pooling, building Lego castles and shopping for the precisely correct soccer cleat.
What happened to the alpha-wolf?” “LEGOs.” “Legos?” It sounded Greek but I couldn’t recall anything mythological with that name. Wasn’t it an island? “He was carrying a load of laundry into the basement and tripped on the old set of LEGOs his kids left on the stairs. Broke two ribs and an ankle.
Here’s the thing about hair; I think most people think that I have Lego hair, like I can just take it on and off in one piece, and that’s not quite the case – although pretty close.
I’ve seen nerdists make tributes to their obsessions out of Legos that are like works of art. It just goes to show you how pervasive this stuff has become in our culture. It really is an ideology that you can subscribe to now.
There are all sorts of things embodied in the Lego brick – geometry and mathematics and truth and proportion and shape and colour… It is a faintly spiritual activity that everybody connects with.
LEGO has essentially taken the concrete block, the building block of the world, and made it into the building block of our imagination.
A girlfriend? No thanks, I’d rather play nintendo and build my lego set!
What do Harley-Davidson, LEGO, and Apple have in common? They’re all based on communities.
I think LEGOs are one of the best toys ever developed.
Considering LEGO’s considerable brand equity, you might expect that the company must have a marketing budget in the billions. Not so. In fact, LEGO’s marketing budget is so modest that if I recorded it here, you’d probably think it was a typo. LEGO doesn’t do its own talking; it lets LEGO maniacs talk for it.
And I knew that there was some dark corner of me that would enjoy using magic for killingвЂ”and then long for more. That was black magic, and it was easy to use. Easy and fun. Like Legos
[Before introducing the nominees for best animated film] If you’re at the awards party with the guys who made the Lego Movie, now would be a good time to distract them.
I have a huge Lego collection – I have a really big Lego collection. We’re talking pretty darn large. I also have a huge collection of original stainless steel Thomas the Tank Engine train toys. Beautiful little trains; they’re my favorite thing in the world.
My sons and I thoroughly enjoy Legos. We go to the toy store every week for more. I never want to take what we build apart; I want to put it on a shelf. My wife is starting to get a little annoyed with the Legos lying around.
The Lego Movie: Merely a great film, or the greatest film ever in the history of cinema?
Damien is a friend. Their boy-girl Lego doesn’t click, he would say.
I’m not sure what I was good at as a kid. I was good at playing with Legos.
The fact that you can take LEGO bricks from thirty years ago and they still snap together with the same new LEGO brick that comes out, I mean what type of product can span generations like that, there is something really special to it.
This is the fourth movie that I’ve done with this set of director-writers and I’ve learned to trust them at this point, because actually I started on Lego before they did.
One of the reasons I love using LEGO bricks is because it makes the art very relatable and accessible; folks can connect with the art almost on a different level because they have played with it or their kids have played with it.
Everyone who ever walked barefoot into his child’s room late at night hates Legos.
Why do all Republicans need Lego hair?
LEGO has announced that they are shutting down their U.S. factory and moving it to Canada. LEGO employees say it’s their fault because they made the factory too easy to take apart and rebuild somewhere else.
LEGO is universal. So many people enjoy it, from all different walks of life, all different ages, all different cultures. When I was in Africa, I had LEGO bricks with me and I met some people who had never heard of LEGO, they had never seen it before and yet as soon as I gave them a few bricks, they immediately got it.
I wasn’t very good about juggling family and my career. I was interested in who was coming to the children’s birthday party, what my son was writing. I was thinking about Legos.