piltogg wrote:Talk of raving penis hordes frighten space-sailors everywhere, causing entire civilizations to become peaceful and friendly.
Silverdream wrote:samuelzz10 wrote:IVhorseman wrote:If somebody can tell me how to use a Hairbrush and a Push-broom I'm all ears.
Seriously, I've had these things since like 1998 and haven't used them as anything other than what they are ONCE.
you could use the hairbrush as the stuff an officer wears on his shoulders on a bigger scale
Warhead wrote:my head burns with War.
Tzan wrote:Quantumsurfer wrote:I generally agree with TzanWarhead wrote:I agree with QuantumSmurfer.
I agree with Warhead.
Bragallot wrote:Colette wrote:I remember there was a flickr group somewhere dedicated to finding other uses for the troll POOP.
The Fantasy trolls are great. The cave troll is a different story.
mgb519 wrote:Seriously, you are now the first ever forum superhero.
aoffan23 wrote:I've said it before, and I'll say it again. If you can't find more than one use for a part, you're not Legoing properly. This excludes POOP figures (like good ol' BURPman).
If you think that specialized parts can't be used as anything else, then take a look through this guy's photostream. I personally enjoy finding alternate uses for specialized parts, and challenge myself every time I get a new one in a set. It really helps stimulate my builder's brain. I recently used a ray gun piece for a robotic claw, made a flagpole out of a steering wheel, rod, flag and microphone, and I frequently use revolvers as angled joints. I just acquired two of those giant plastic olive green wheels from a Chima set, so I'll see what I can do with them.
The only way these parts limit creativity is through lack of effort. It takes a lot more creativity to make a coat rack out of guns that to pile up some 1x1 bricks and say it's a coat rack.
IVhorseman wrote:...It's waaaay too big for minifig epaulettes.
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