BY LESLEY HAULER
Everyone has their own LEGO-related injury story. It usually starts out with you walking around, minding your own business when you step on a tiny LEGO brick and -- all the sudden -- you feel an excruciating pain shooting up your legs through your feet until it overtakes your entire body.
We all know the pain too well.
Apparently, so does LEGO.
A post shared by Christie Blizzard (@studioblizzard) on Nov 17, 2015 at 12:50am PST
According to Piwee, The company and French advertising agency Brand Station have joined forces to create slippers with the magical powers that will protect people from ever having to deal with the same kind of horrifying pain ever again.
— LOOK magazine (@Lookmagazine) November 17, 2015
Sounds perfect, right?
But there's a catch -- only 1,500 pairs of the magical slippers are being produced. The anti-LEGO shoes will then be randomly given to those who have filled out an online holiday wish list located on LEGO France's website.
— Marcus Brown (@marcusbgraphic) November 17, 2015
Brand Station even shared a video on their Facebook page, showing how the slippers are made.
Car vos enfants adorent les #LEGO ... mais qu'ils adorent par-dessus tout partager leur passion dans toute la maison ... cette année, nous avons imaginé pour vous parents LE cadeau ultime pour #Noël : des chaussons LEGO à la semelle rembourrée qui vous permettront de vous balader en pleine nuit dans la maison ... sans le moindre souci ! ;) #NoelLEGO2015
Posted by Brand Station on Monday, November 9, 2015
Needless to say, people are freaking out over the news.
A post shared by Agatha Rae 📚 🇵🇱 (@agatha_rae_writer) on Nov 17, 2015 at 7:37am PST
Anti lego pain slippers have to be an award winning invention! No longer a need in my house but remember that pain...
— Mense Beck 🇪🇺🌍🌿 (@Embee_effect) November 17, 2015
Anti-Lego slippers? Yes there are slippers that protect you from stepping on those "painful" legos that didn't get put away.
— KCRA Toni Valliere (@KCRAToniV) November 17, 2015
Thanks to a shortage, you may not have any LEGOs to step on this holiday season. Watch the video below to learn more:
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