Turn one of the blocks upside down and you’ve got a watering trough for a spider, my friend!
You can use the Lego people to teach your young child what people don’t look like.
You’ve got the Lego baseboard in your hand. You’ve got an itch in an inaccessible part of your body. Nature, take your course!
The grey ones can be used as makeshift tombstones for recently-deceased goldfish or hamsters.
You can coat a Lego brick with tree frog venom. I don’t know why you would, but if you were so inclined, I wouldn’t stop you.
A handful of Lego blocks thrown in front of a skateboarder is a great way to demonstrate how inertia works.
You can use the square blocks as replacement keyboard keys for a shiatsu finger massage with every finished spreadsheet.
Using Lego blocks and your living room floor, you can create words that can also cripple anyone walking there in the dark.
They can be hollowed out and fitted to the gums for some truly startling dentures.
Lego blocks can be used as crude water detectors: Just throw one a little ways and listen carefully. If you hear a tiny splash, you’ve got water nearby. If you hear a muffled thud, you’ve got earth nearby. If you don’t hear anything, you might be in outer space… or more likely you’ve simply gone deaf…