Ask and you shall receive. Jesus Diaz has worked with LEGO to put together answers to all the great questions LEGO fans threw his way earlier this month.
A few favorites:
I want you to ask the Lego gang for the definitive answer on the plural for Lego bricks. Is it, as we Brits say, simply Lego, or is it, as some Americans insist, Legos?
Actually both the Brits and the Americans are wrong—but are all forgiven! “Lego” is an adjective and is not meant to be a standalone name. It should always be Lego bricks, Lego building, Lego products, etc.
Why do Lego look so delicious but taste so bad?
As your parents probably told you when you were young, there are some things that shouldn’t be eaten. Lego bricks are one of them. Please keep them away from your mouth.
Read Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Lego on Gizmodo.