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This is the chicken nugget dispensing machine you've been waiting your entire life for

AND it’s made of Lego.

HAVE YOU SPENT years of your life lying awake at night, wishing there was such thing as a chicken nugget vending machine? And if only it could be made of Lego?

Those sleepless nights will be no more thanks to one ingenious man.

Lego expert Aston from AstonishingStudios has created this device, which dispenses a box of McDonald’s Chicken McNuggets with €2 is inserted.

It’s a complex device. All other coins will be rejected except for a €2, which slides through the device before eventually setting off a light sensor.

This then triggers a small computerised brick, which sets off a motor that slides parts of the machine forward.

The nuggets and sauce fall and can be collected from the machine.

Thank you, Aston.

AstonishingStudios / YouTube

Now, what’s in the nuggets: Here’s exactly how McDonald’s chicken nuggets are made >

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