What if Lego could be the source of a sandwich?
After all, we know Lego is the world’s most popular building toy.
The toy company has built up a cult following with its Lego Ideas website and the Lego® Creative Community website, which lets fans create their own Lego creations.
The site has a theme of Lego Ideas, and has been used to post photos and videos from the company’s events and promotional events.
The idea of a Lego submarine is one Lego fan’s favorite Lego concept.
It seems like a logical idea.
Lego is building submarines.
A Lego submarine has to have a submarine in it, right?
The Lego submarine concept is one of the most popular Lego concepts around.
But what if Lego were the source for a Lego sandwich?
According to the Lego Ideas community, Lego submarines could have sandwiches on them.
That would be a lot better than having a submarine sandwich with lettuce, tomato, and tomato sauce.
The Lego Submarine Sandwich would be the perfect way to go about filling up your Lego submarine.
What are the most famous Lego submarines?
There are currently at least four Lego submarine models in use by Lego.
They are the Lego Sea King, the Lego Star Destroyer, the LEGO Batmobile, and the LEGO Star Cruiser.
They have been built by the company for several years, and they are the only ones that are built to a specific design.
The most recent one, the Star Destroyer 2, has a new look.
Its new design has a boat and submarine in the middle.
A submarine sandwich would work on any of these boats.
So what would you get with a Lego sub?
There would be lettuce, tomatoes, and tomatoes sauce.
You would be able to choose your favorite sandwich, but you would also be able get some new toys to add to your Lego creations that aren’t in the submarine.
The new submarine would be an “unassuming” boat with no submarine attached.
There would also not be any fish or other food in the sub.
It would look like any of the other Lego boats.
You might also want to add a few extra accessories like a flashlight and a battery pack.
If you want to try your hand at building your own Lego submarine, check out our article on how to build a submarine using Lego.