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Brik Books Build-on MacBook Cover Adds Glorious Blocky Bulk

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Sometimes having a job is complete bullshit. We all have those days when the boss is being a dick and you don’t feel like working as much as you feel like rubbing hot sauce in his eyes and then beating him with that shitty copier they force the entire office to use. You could fake diarrhea and go home, but you can’t do that too often before people start to wonder about your intestinal health and try talk to you about seeing a doctor. An easier, and much less violent method to kill time in the office to have your MacBook covered in this Brik Books Build-on MacBook cover.

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It won’t make your boss not be a dick, but it will give you something to play with at your desk, as you build stuff on your notebook like it was a fancy LEGO base plate. The cover is compatible with LEGO, Mega Bloks, and KRE-O. It doesn’t come with any building bricks; you will have to provide your own.

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There are plates that snap onto the MacBook Air 11″, MacBook Air 13″, MacBook Pro 13″, and 15″ MacBook Pro. I’d assume they will pretty much fit any notebook in these dimensions with enough glue or tape. ThinkGeek has the cover for $59.99(USD) right now.



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