Awesome Lego Facts
1. The Lego company was originally called Billund Maskinsnedkeri.
2. Lego bricks can be used 37,112 times before they won't stick to other pieces anymore and lose clutch power.
3. The facial expressions on Lego figures have become increasingly angry over the last 30 years.
4. By 2019, there will be more Lego figures on Earth than people.
5. "Lego" comes from the Danish phrase "leg godt," which means "play well".
6. There are only 40 Lego Master Builders in the world that are payed by Lego to build sculptures.
7. Lego men have those little holes in the top of their head to allow air to pass through should a child ever get one stuck in their throat.
8. LEGOs can support 4-5 times the weight of a human without collapsing and are strong enough to support a LEGO tower around 2.2 miles high.
9. If all the Lego bricks ever manufactured were clipped on top of each other, they would make a tower ten times as high as the distance to the Moon.
10. There are more than 915,000,000 ways to combine six standard Lego bricks.
11. Out of every 1,000,000 LEGO bricks manufactured, only 16 are rejected.
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