How many Legos does it take to set a world record? More than 100,000, if you're keeping count. Henrik Ludvigsen, a Lego enthusiast, enlisted the help of 80 other Lego fans to put together a Lego train track that stretches out to 2.485 miles. It took six hours to piece it all together, and once it was done, there was one thing left to do: set the Lego train in motion. The train completed the track in four hours, and the team grasped the Guinness Record for the world's longest plastic toy train track when it got to the end.
Looks like growing up really is about doing everything you couldn't do as a kid.