July 9, 2011
- Lego Creations
So you think you’ve gone mental by creating the weirdest Lego creations ever.
Well think again. If you haven’t seen the latest Lego art, your mentalness might already be outdated.
This isn’t exactly something romantic because the man carrying this other figure is blue –and nope, we do not actually know what this means.
In our quest for the most mental Lego creations, we came across a blog from Bellingham, Washington. It is about LPRD a type of mental disorder. LPRD also known as Lego Personality Retardation Disorder and it affects adults who are otherwise mature and responsible save for the fact that they were exposed to Lego blocks and minifigs at a very early age.
Although the writer of the blog did not mention that most of the Lego master builders might have this disorder, he made it clear that it could even be an epidemic. If you would like to read more about this epidemic err Lego-related retardation, you may go to Fishandbicycles.com.
Another photo we got from Fishandbicycles.com is this of a Lego kitchen island –amazing isn’t it but many people would ask the homeowners why they used Lego blocks for their kitchen island instead of regular building materials. Now this is something we cannot answer folks but it could be due to Lego Personality Retardation Disorder.
Mental illness should not be taken lightly though since mental illness is a very serious concern. Mental disorder is generally either a behavioral or a psychological pattern or disability. There are many different kinds of mental disorders and they are classified under different categories. It is interesting to note however that the assessment of these illnesses vary across cultures. There is no denying however that mental illness still has a certain stigma. This is of course natural but one has to be thankful that at least people do not persecute those with mental illness anymore.