Thursday, September 10, 2009

LEGO bricks and diaper wipes

You know you've entered a different phase of life when you go from playing with LEGO bricks daily to receiving a LEGO-shaped diaper wipes box.

A family friend dropped off a gift of these two boxes, knowing about the LEGO book I'm currently working on. Her guess is they were from the 1980's. They have the layout of a traditional LEGO brick -- studs on top and tubes on the bottom. They're "stackables," and were made for a brand called "Chubbs."

As far as I can tell, this was a non-LEGO sanctioned product, despite the similar appearance. I haven't found any references that LEGO and Chubbs produced products together, although I will say a surprising number of people who choose to build with LEGO bricks have the nickname of Chubbs.

Anybody out there know if LEGO and the L&F corporation ever worked together?

3 comments:

Edwardcastillo said...

all the bionicle hate you for saying hero factroy (zero factroy) is bettr then bionicle why wood you dosomething like this, you know bioincle in bette then hero factory p.s Tahu Mata ROCKS!!

Kelley Dews-McDowell said...

I bought some of those diaper wipes for my daughter who was born in 11/1999 so this would have been in 2000 and 2001. I bought them at wal-mart.

Lilium45 said...

My mom got them for me and my brothers when we were babys. Im 24 and my brothers are older than me.