LEGO is perhaps the ideal toy. It fosters creativity, and from that creativity and freedom flow myriad works of breathtaking calibre. The LEGO fandom at its best is an incredible creative force, producing amazing works of scale and complexity beyond our wildest dreams, rendered lovingly in perhaps the most versatile childrens' toy there is.
That's not the part of the fandom we're here to celebrate.
This one's for the unintentional comedy the LEGO fanbase so often affords. The quirky, offensive, uneducated or otherwise unintentionally funny comments on forums and news sites alike. The fan art and writing of questionable calibre. The hastily slapped together MOCs. The senseless loldrama. And above all else, the people who take it all far, far
too seriously. Ladies and gentlemen, here's to the very bottom of the barrel that is the LEGO fandom.
Now, if you're here looking for the really great stuff from the LEGO fandom, then you're probably looking for our other blog, the Solace of LEGOman Values
. Alternatively, you're actually looking for any number of high-quality LEGO blogs, but hey, more doesn't hurt.
A side note: we (probably) don't hate you. We actually don't hate anything at all! We just find your words or actions really funny, and we're sharing the incredible mirth with the world.