Lego plan to ditch plastic and use REAL BRICKS

Written by Carl LaFong

Wednesday, 27 March 2019

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The new Lego Brick

AWESOME plastic brick manufacturer, Lego, have decided to ditch ties with dirty oil companies, who pollute the planet by supplying all our everyday needs.
A spokesman for Lego, a Mr Metalbeard, told this reporter, "We've had enough of these oil-producing companies warming our planet, and providing fuel, and goods for everybody in the world. I don't know who they think they are." He went on to say, "from now on we will be making our Lego bricks from clay, which will be fired at a high temperature in large oil-fuelled furnaces."

The plan is to use miniature REAL bricks instead of the colourful plastic ones of old. "It's time to move on", he said, "Plastic has had its day - the era of other stuff is upon us."

Each kit will come complete with a set of tiny clay-based, general-purpose bricks, a 2 ounce bag of mortar mix, a small Hod, a spirit level, trowel, and piece of string.

A Greenpeace spokesman, speaking from aboard his private jet, announced, "This is great news - it's one in the eye for these oil companies and two in the bush for common sense."

The story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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