LEGO fans have definitely already heard of BrickBrosProduction and for good reason. They’re creating the highest quality LEGO stop motion animations around, ones that don’t have “high school nerd” written all over them. This recent release “Lego in Real Life” has a real person in a real kitchen cook a brick based breakfast of eggs and toast with a tall glass of milk accompanying. Everything’s in stop motion, not just the LEGO, so the chef moves the same way you’d see in a time lapse and we have to give him props for making a plastic breakfast actually look appetizing. The video description claims it took three days to film, which is longer than we expected but is still time well spent. Hopefully the LEGO in Real Life style becomes a regular series, because we have a lot of household chores we want to see reinterpreted.

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