Lego – Daily Writing Prompts

I don’t think there’s a single toy that has swept across age and boundaries quite like the Lego. Godtfred Kirk Christiansen patented the original Lego brick in 1958. To this day, a Lego brick made now can still interlock with one made back then. The design hasn’t changed one bit.

Through the years the toy brick has appealed to both youngsters and adults alike in its versatility and ability to create literally anything that we could think up.

The Lego inspires creativity and reminds us of a fundamental truth that is applicable across the board. Anything is possible.

Happy Lego Day.

Today your characters will get the opportunity to make literally anything that they could think up with a Lego pack and their imagination.

28th January Writing Prompts

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In honor of Lego Day, write an original story involving the following scenarios.

  1. Your character invents a concrete Lego that revolutionizes the building industry.
  2. A character discovers a hidden civilization of Lego Minifigures living secretly alongside humans.
  3. A suicidal widow and orphan bond over a toy brick set.
  4. The character in your story has an insufferable hatred for toy bricks.
  5. Your character gets the opportunity to visit a lego factory and is shocked at what they find.

Remember to use the tag ‘dailywitheli’ so that I can add your story to my word prompt hall of fame. You do not have to attempt all of the prompts. However, if and when inspiration strikes, do follow the muse.

For today’s prompt, we are tackling the Short Story. This is a story with 1501 to 7000 words. Therefore, as always, try your best to stick within the confines of the word count.

Take time to stretch, walk, grab a drink of water and play with some Legos.

All in all, have fun with today’s writing prompts. Also, this is officially my 100th post on my blog. Yeeeeeeiy! It’s been a long ride. Thank you for doing this with me. Cheers to many more.

Until tomorrow,



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