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A Hidden Roll of Correction Tape Lurks Inside This Fake LEGO

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Brick-Brick Correction Tape is a fake-o Lego that hides a roll of correction tape. If you have more than one, you can snap them together like Legos.

The website says, “It is funny that you can’t realize it is a correction tape by its outlook.” My outlook is: isn’t correction tape is all but obsolete, what with the developments we’ve made in the wonderful world of computing? Who needs this in 2008? Low-level government functionaries in third-world countries? Old West barkeeps with handwritten ledgers? Clumsy scrapbookers?  Luddites?

This concept is decidedly lower tech than other Legoriffic products like these. Still, anything that even looks kind of like a Lego is pretty cool in my book. Now I just have to figure out a way to work correction tape into my daily activities and I’ll be all set.

Meanwhile, you can get one of these for $7 here. They come in green, yellow, red, or black, but you don’t get to pick which one you get, you just get a random color. Order a whole bunch and you can click them together to make a correction-ready, rasta-themed desk array.