Stepping on a LEGO brick can always be quite troublesome, as well as excruciatingly painful. One day you’re busily preoccupied building a model out of LEGO, all while in blissful anticipation in completing the project. Unfortunately however, the very next day you soon discover to your dismay that you neglected to make sure you picked up all the pieces left behind after your previous build, which in turn results in you carelessly landing you foot upon one of those pieces. Which in turn can also result in the cursing of the name of however many deities that currently exist today.
So in order to better prepare yourself, and most importantly of all your foot for the next LEGO brick encounter, here is a comprehensive guide in how to successfully avoid stepping on a LEGO brick:
Step 1: After you've completed your latest build, make absolutely certain to painstakingly locate every last piece, then return said pieces to the designated container.
Step 5: Write a list of steps in how others can avoid stepping on a LEGO brick, then share the list with your friends. Doing this will raise awareness towards the ongoing epidemic of people stepping on LEGO bricks. You can also accomplish this by starting a pointless hashtag on social media. This in and of itself is quite simple, as it requires little to no effort whatsoever. Why take part in a cause and get your hands dirty when you can easily do so from the comfort of your own home?
All this will further aid in the prevention of others from experiencing the horrendous pain that comes from stepping on a LEGO brick.
Believe me, your feet will thank you. However if you have already followed this list and yet somehow still managed to step on a LEGO brick, then our sincerest apologies, this list just isn't for you.
Have a wonderful day.
Special thanks to Potates-Chan for the commissioned image used for this post. You're awesome. :)