The ‘You Make It, We Skate It’ YouTube Crew Try To Skate On A Skateboard Made Of LEGO

The Braille Skateboarding channel are back with another episode of their popular series.

Screenshot: YouTube (via – Braille Skateboarding).

Imagine a world without LEGO. You can’t do it, can you? It’s like imagining a world without gravity, air to breathe, or red hot nickel balls. LEGO was there for you when you were younger, and it’s there for you now you’re a fully fledged adult with responsibilities; responsibilities like paying taxes, mowing the lawn, and buying your own clothes. Yes. LEGO is a constant in your life. It might be a while since you sat down with your Dad and tried to build the Millennium Falcon from scratch, but thanks to the internet you can still get LEGO dosages on an almost daily basis.

We recently posted a video that demonstrated precisely what happens if you try to go bare-foot running on a load of LEGO and so, with that in mind, here’s what happens when you try to go skateboarding on a skateboard made of LEGO. It’s from the Braille Skateboarding channel, whose ‘You Make It, We Skate It’ YouTube series you’ll no doubt already be familiar with.

Screenshot: YouTube (via – Braille Skateboarding).

Shove-its, kick-flips and general skating at the park are the order of the day for the skateboard made of LEGO. That is, until it almost inevitably starts to fall apart. Still, in its defence, the LEGO skateboard definitely holds up much better than the glass skateboard. If you haven’t seen the glass skateboard video, let’s just say it nearly results in the channel’s main dude getting stabbed in the neck by a shard of broken glass.

In no particular order, here are some other things we’d like to see the ‘You Make It, We Skate It’ crew try and skate: optimism, fear itself, a rainbow, a Super Nintendo Entertainment System, an old bottle of Châteauneuf-du-Pape, your mum, a chainsaw, your dad, six rotten bananas, a hard boiled egg, a dinosaur, and some glued-together falafel. Over to you, lads. Make it so.

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