All of us have probably at some point sat and built with the world’s most popular toys – Lego!Â Like the damned have probably also most trampled on some Lego piece of mistakes and sworn higher than the unit can sound.Â The Danish toy grows for what passing year, and last year they went even beyond Barbie when it comes to being the world’s most popular toy.Â With that said, there are ten interesting facts about Lego you should know about the small colorful plastic pieces.
10 Interesting Facts about Lego you did not Know
01)Â Â When the Danish man Kirch Ole Christiansen founded what today is Lego was it thought that it would be calledÂ “Automatic Binding Bricks”Â , but the insistence that the name was not sufficiently conspicuous was changed instead to “Lego”.
02)Â Â On average, owns all the people on earthÂ 86Â Lego bricks each.
03)Â Â Six pieces “eights” (that is, eight knobs on) can be put together with each other throughoutÂ 915,103,768Â different combinations.
04)Â Â Only aboutÂ 18Â Lego bricks perÂ one millionÂ will fel producer or are unable Legos hard durability tests.
05)Â Â If Lego mini figures would be a real population, it would be the world’s arguablyÂ biggestÂ population group.Â OverÂ four billionÂ mini figures are in our homes.
06)Â Â During the Christmas season, it sold about 28 Lego packets of different types perÂ second,Â worldwide!Â There is a lot of it, and to actually understand how much it is, we can put it like this instead: it’s 1680 sold packagesÂ per minuteÂ , or 100,800 Lego Package every hour!Â 2419200 bought and sold during the Christmas shopping worldwide.Â Then consider the massive productions Lego actually!
07)Â Â Lego is – believe it or not – the world’s largest tire manufacturers.Â Admittedly, in miniature form.Â Every year, a little more thanÂ 306 millionÂ tires of various kinds.
08)Â Â The world’s tallest Lego tower was built with the help of over half a million Lego bricks and was all overÂ 34 metersÂ high.
09)Â Â There is a reason that Lego minifigures are colored yellow.Â The company believed that yellow was the color that was mostÂ neutralÂ to religion and skin color.Â In recent years, however, Lego started to produce dark-skinned and Asian Lego figures, but only if they are based on a specific person, otherwise they are always yellow!
10)Â Â The reason that aboutÂ Lego does not manufacture military Legoset because the founder, Ole Christiansen Kirch, did not want the children to play and be inspired by the war.Â Lego other words, a happy toy!