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playing with legos isn't cool anymore? damn.

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@xerobull: it's called pluralization genius

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I'm still stuck on the Duplos.

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The LEGO Group's own usage suggests "brick" (and sometimes "element") for individual specimens, and "pieces" (translated as abbreviations into other languages) for the box's count.

http://shop.lego.com/pab/?icmp=SHHomeT1_PaB

@mjarndt: I haven't seen "block". Also, LEGO is a registered trademark, not a copyright: The purpose of the term "intellectual property" is to conflate and confuse the different and mutually exclusive legal regimes, so don't feel bad that you fell into their trap.