ILLEGAL LEGO TECHNIQUES 2



LEGO pieces can be connected, but that doesn’t mean you should do it.
Illegal LEGO Techniques can permanently damage your LEGO bricks!
Check this video to find out some examples of Illegal LEGO Building Techniques and why you shouldn’t use them.

I’m Tiago, former LEGO Model Designer turned LEGO Youtuber so I live under the impression of knowing a thing or two about LEGO. You should SUBSCRIBE for more semi-decent LEGO related videos.

Here’s Part 1 of the Illegal Lego Techniques Series ► https://youtu.be/jWtZUzkvQ2E

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