Sometimes we see stuff that has no real connection to the world of gadgets, but that we just have to share.
While hunting down the latest technological marvels at the London Toy Fair we called in on Lego, while there is no update to its MindStorms robotic set, it has announced that it is launching a SpongeBob Square Pants lego range.
The range will come complete with SpongBob's house, the Krusty Crab and of course SpongeBob and his trusty friend Gary (pictured above).
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