hachihyaku said:Weren't there a bunch of those in a jungle somewhere?
If I remember right, there was a whole bunch of them sitting in the middle of a jungle, so the best explanation I can come up with is a natural phenomenon of some kind. After all, pebbles are round
AMSTERDAM (Reuters) - A giant, smiling Lego man was fished out of the sea in the Dutch resort of Zandvoort on Tuesday.
Workers at a drinks stall rescued the 2.5-metre (8-foot) tall model with a yellow head and blue torso.
"We saw something bobbing about in the sea and we decided to take it out of the water," said a stall worker. "It was a life-sized Lego toy."
A woman nearby added: "I saw the Lego toy floating towards the beach from the direction of England."
The toy was later placed in front of the drinks stall.
Dance Valley 2007 was a great success. I made loads of friends, See photos of some of my friends here.
I know. Don't be afraid to let loose your inner child. :grouphug:Peripart said:I feel awful for saying this, but I can't help being disappointed that the Lego man wasn't actually made out of Lego at all.
Or maybe the 8ft plastic men are real beings? Then this was a corpse washed up at sea, and when we play with Lego, we're actually toying with the dead children of these beings. Oh, the horror!Pietro_Mercurios said:Charles Fort would spend at least a chapter, contemplating the immense giants and their mighty toddlers, living in aerial citadels, invisible to us, from whence a child's toy could fall to Earth, in such a fashion.
Pietro_Mercurios said:Charles Fort would spend at least a chapter, contemplating the immense giants and their mighty toddlers, living in aerial citadels, invisible to us, from whence a child's toy could fall to Earth, in such a fashion.
Experts are trying to identify a huge metal container that has been washed up on a beach in the Western Isles.
The tank, which is 27m high, has no markings and is thought to have fallen from a ship before being washed up on the west of Benbecula.