>limiting your selection to two pieces
> y'all cravens don't even build legos
> 2x2 cribs be flaky as a honky dick
> layin 2x4 on top of each otha ain't got no nigga who can slam em down
> 2x2 is a ho, and 2x4 pimp be smacking dat ho
>2x2 is more flexible
No its not you fucking idiots, its just smaller, and it allows for shitty buildings.
2x4 is superior, you can make connected corners, overlapping walls, stronger structures all together etc.
2x2 can't do half the things 2x4 can. Its a terrible piece.
2x2 is the king of blocks, the prince of toys, destroyer of the worlds..... you have been all brain washed by the 2x4 liberal media. If you were to just open your eyes you would see how glorious the 2x2 for what it is....GOD
This thread makes me really want to buy some legos.
Is just common sense, anon. 2x2 gives greater flexibility and dexterity. Sure it's not as large as its counterpart and thus you don't benefit from economies of scale/mass production/bulk buying, but it more than makes up with its interchangeability.
you can still do overlapping walls and connevted corners stupid bitch. and it will be stronger because of attached small pieces.
2x2 MASTER RACE
Mega bloks are the best, prove me wrong faggots
>More kid friendly
>probably wont choke on the tremendous bits.
>It could potentially take someone hours to complete a structure set of this size with tiny legos.
That's an incorrect statement since you cannot fix togheter two towers of 2x2 to make a 2x4 united tower without placing a 2x2 piece in the top of them which would destroy your wonderfull idea of making a uniform 2x4 tower.
2x4 is the best. 2x2 is only for details.
Any other answer is equal to candy-ass.
Also, what about 2x3
if your support is based on a 1x2 overlay, your structure is very weak. 2x4 allows a 2x2 overlay with which to support the next block. And a 2x2 isn't as flexible despite its small size. If you build a4x4 platform, each 2x2 is hanging on to the supporting 2x2 with onle 1 corner each. That's a recipe for disaster. a 2x4, however, means that the base holds on to each 2x2 with either a 2x2 portion each, or a 1x4 portion each. Get with it fagets
i preciate this effort but the only difference will be the 2 percent spaces at corners. 2x2 overlap wall will still be the strongest i guess. and about more elobrated structures 2x2 will be more useful anyway.
That 2 spaces at the corners need 1x1 pieces, that are rare. Not talking about what would happen if the structure is tall.
With 2x4 blocks, the only problem are wall ends, that only needs 2x2 pieces. You know. Detail pieces.
it will hold shit, thats why ppl don't use gigantic bricks instead of small ones while building things.
>requires 3 blocks for a 2 block job
really? did you ever saw an actual lego piece?
this is a retarded diagram
the 2x2 wall would fall apart, there's absolutely nothing holding them together horizontally. Even if that somehow is what you're going for, you could then just slide the 2x4 over 2 places and use even dimensions like a normal person.
I bet you used to build spaceships with just any random color block you slut
The random colors are used because the stupid bitch I quoted can't see shit. The diagram is made to make him see that 2x2 walls are SHIT. And I think 2x4>2x2. Read entire posts, you stupid shitfuck.
I always used nice, logic colours for my spaceships, by the way.
What in gods holy name is wrong with you
Don't mind me. I'm just building some awesome with my Nanoblocks.