Reading While Eating for Apr. 10: Inner Child

Today's must-read links for your lunch break feature a hotel for LEGO lovers and a bicycle for piano lovers.

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(L-R) Musicians Samuel Moore, Mavis Staples and Justin Timberlake fist bump after Moore sang during a Memphis Soul music workshop hosted by first lady Michelle Obama in the State Dining Room of the White House in Washington, April 9, 2013.

Brick House: At America’s first LEGO-themed hotel in California, you can dine at “Bricks” restaurant and stay in either “Pirate,” “Adventure” or “Kingdom” rooms. (TIME.com)

COME ON: Hey hermano, check out the hilarious promotional posters for the newest season of Arrested Development, debuting on Netflix next month. (Flavorwire)

Poosie Nansie: After work you can find us at the Three-Legged Mare, The Cat and Custard Pot, or any of these other 21 British pubs with funny names. (BuzzFeed)

Oh, Cracky! That’s an example of a meaningless expression you should never use, based on 18th-century conversation tips. (mental_floss)

Crustacean Nation: Ever watch a scallop swim? (The Daily What)

Day of the Dead: Browse Google street view maps of places where famous people died (The Atlantic)

Knob Creak: If you really like turning knobs on things — and talking about it — then there’s a website for you. (The New Republic)

Piano Man: This guy built a bicycle out of a piano. Enough said. (San Francisco Chronicle)