Geeks love LEGOs: it’s a known fact. If you’re reading this blog, there’s a better than 75% chance that you have, at some point, built something out of LEGOs. I’m not naming specific models ( Space , anyone?), but we’ll say something .
Still, now that we’re getting a little older, our LEGO habits are perhaps not as ostentatious as they once were. How can you shown off your devotion to the delightful Danish diversion without either: a) scattering plastic bricks around the house, b) having children, or c) both.
LEGO ice cubes; that’s how. Created by the original plastic brick-maker itself, you can pop out a 2×5 tray of 2x4s in the time it takes you to convert water into ice . Just $8 for a silicone tray, and remember, the only thing better than LEGO ice cubes? LEGO ice cube popsicles .