Exclusive Look Inside the LEGO Factory

Submitted by: eugenius 8 years ago Misc
http://gizmodo.com/5022769/exclusive-inside-the-lego-factory

Ever wonder how your LEGOs are made? These 3 videos will show you everything you"ve ever wanted to know.
There are 38 comments:
Male 382
Toys from my home country, I`m so proud.
Lego rules.
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Male 26
@mcgovern1981:

Great, now I need to explain the difference between grammar and spelling!!

Additionally, if you took time to learn even a small amount of grammar, your amazing comeback would be far more understandable.

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Male 603
Now the robots are building their own parts. If they figure out how to read the Lego instructions and put them together (an impossible task for me and most other adults), they won`t need humans anymore.

We`re so screwed.

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Male 106
It`s fake. LEGO comes from Legoland.
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Female 486
And I don`t know anyone here who pronounces words like lego, laygo. It`s only the posh English butler stereotypes on TV.
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Female 486
So for where im from, a million plus people say it a certain way, therefore it is correct. here we call soda, pop. No one else in the world as i understand it calls it pop, but that`s just how it`s called here.

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Soda?! Pop!! It`s a fizzy drink!

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Male 14,330
I thought they were German not Danish I know the difference as for the the mistype I`m sure your the only one who cares..

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Male 26
@mcgovern1981:

It doesn`t take an expert to know the difference between some European countries. I know they`re not part of the USA but there is a world out there.

And dare I mention that it is "condescending" or would that be too much...?

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Female 1,412
Lego is amazing, the little plasticy pieces looked so cool. I wish I was a kid again so I could spend all day trying to make a lego house and trying to pull the flat pieces off the big pieces.
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Male 528
I`ms dones readings alls thes comments nows. I`ms goings tos gos drinks 5s cokes ands builds 4s fishes ands 7s sheeps runnings throughs as Danishs fields ins Germanys withs mys Legos.
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Male 14,330
Oh Danish whatever I`m not a Lego expert but my father did make some of those thousands of injection molds. Quick everyone obey the British or they`ll be condisending know it alls oh wait...
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Male 98
jesus bigred...
i think your friend choking from lego(s) must have made you an angry person.
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Male 1,584
SirKevin, you are a moron. Telling people they are wrong for not speaking with the same accent you have.
And no, americans don`t say "laygo" they say lego.
infact "laygo" sounds more like something someone with a british accent would say. because i`ve noticed they dont really pronounce short e`s they kinda say them the was canadians say "eh"
ans also, i do believe legos is correct.
Point being: just because you dont like an accent or it`s different than your`s doesnt make it wrong.

Anyway.
Am i the only one who expected the lego factory to be more colorful?

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Male 9,306
Freaking awesome!
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Female 60
That was pretty damn cool.
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Male 26
@itsallfake:
Who`s being pretentious? It`s LEGO, simple as that. Pissed does mean drunk (Inebriated) and blagged doesn`t even mean robbed!

It`s not my fault that you don`t understand these things, please don`t blame me.

@McGovern1981: by German, I presume you mean Danish?!

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Male 474
I understand lego is a brand, like q-tip. But where i come from, if i have a handfull of them, we say q-tips. not "handfull of q-tip brand cotton swabs". And we don`t say "handfull of lego brand building blocks". We don`t say i have 5 coke brand soda cans, we say, 5 cokes. So for where im from, a million plus people say it a certain way, therefore it is correct. here we call soda, pop. No one else in the world as i understand it calls it pop, but that`s just how it`s called here. Now if i lived where you live i am sure i would tire of people correcting my speach and would speak how you speak. until then however, i will always refer to them as legos...
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Male 334
I bet someone with too much spare time is going to try and build that same factory with LEGO bricks...
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Male 14,330
@teph2112
I realize lego is a German company but they make some of the stuff for that in this country not 3rd world. I know this because some plastic injection molds they were made by my father.
Also,
LEGOS
LEGOS
LEGOS
LEGOS

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Male 197
Oh em gee I just had a toygasm.
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Male 4,393
all the litte LEGO heads.....
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Male 2,440
LEGOS
LEGOS
LEGOS
LEGOS
LLLLLLLEEEEEEGGGGGGOOOOOOOSSSSSSSS!

Honestly, who gives a $h*t if someone likes to say it with an S? You see, K`NEX never has that problem. It already sounds plural. : P

And I know that everyone secretly wishes to have all the Lego crap they could ever want. You all were 8 years old at some time in your life.

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Male 650
If Lego was American, they would be made using third world slave labors =P
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Male 650
Imagine the guy who had to design that
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Male 474
Stop being pretentious, i don`t tell you that it`s not "pissed" it`s anebriated. It`s not "blagged" it`s robbed. Just because a million brits say it don`t make it right either, but i dont go out of my way to make a point to correct you either...
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Male 26
itsallfake:

Just because a lot of people say or do something doesn`t make it correct.


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Male 45
Shut the hell up all of you.

If the man wants to say pronounce it his way, and you want to pronounce it your way. So be it!

If you were my kids, you`d be screaming CPS CPS! from all the whipping I gave because of your b!tching.

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Male 19
The plural of Lego is Lego not legos.
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Male 592
The cathedrals looked amazing.
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Male 474
I understand lego is a brand, like q-tip. But where i come from, if i have a handfull of them, we say q-tips. not "handfull of q-tip brand cotton swabs". And we don`t say "handfull of lego brand building blocks". We don`t say i have 5 coke brand soda cans, we say, 5 cokes. So for where im from, a million plus people say it a certain way, therefore it is correct. here we call soda, pop. No one else in the world as i understand it calls it pop, but that`s just how it`s called here. Now if i lived where you live i am sure i would tire of people correcting my speach and would speak how you speak. until then however, i will always refer to them as legos...
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Female 1,212
AWESOME.
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Male 45
Interesting....

As a child I always wondered how they made the things that killed my friend by choking. They must of tasted really good.

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Male 240
But LEGO is a plural word, like sheep and fish. You never say, oh look, twenty sheeps, and the same should never be used for lego! Plus I`ve noticed american pronouncing the E with an accent, like Laygos. That is bad and wrong. Anywho, I love Lego! It made my childhood complete. And that factory is like a dream place. With dreams in it.
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Male 474
i was using legos in a plural sense. as in billions of legos a year...
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Male 26
It`s LEGO not legos!
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Male 453
goood but the vids are veeery short.
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Male 474
Legos: Brought to you by... DAMN DIRTY ROBOTS!
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Male 1,620
Link: Exclusive Look Inside the LEGO Factory [Rate Link] - Ever wonder how your LEGOs are made? These 3 videos will show you everything you`ve ever wanted to know.
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