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The build-on LEGO mug

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While we certainly appreciate mugs that just knuckle down and get on with it, we also like to see a mug with ambition.

Here's a mug that'll turn a bland coffee break into something pretty special. The "Build-On Brick Mug" allows you to be creative and spend meetings building with LEGO and potentially placing your job in jeopardy.

You can even turn your mug into a vehicle (please see below).

It's possible, thanks to playing around, that your drink might end up getting a little cold however.

You can buy your own right here.

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