Here's a story from the U.K. that's getting attention in the United States because of the great photographs. TV personality James May created a house made of Lego blocks in Dorking, England, for a program called Toy Stories. According to this Daily Mail story, May agreed to live in the house for a few days -- and then the house was scheduled for disassembly. That sounds like fun! The two-story home was made from at least 3 million Lego bricks -- at one point May appealed for members of the public to bring their unused bricks to the job site and donate them to the project.
Would you live in a Lego house?
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