Metaphors have power. Mind which ones you prioritize.
LEGOs are rigid plastic with only one interface: the stud.
LEGOs do not reconfigure to fit a screen.
LEGOs do not stretch to accommodate their contents.
LEGOs are inaccessible to the blind (colors) and motor-impaired (assembling, disassembling).
LEGOs can be notoriously difficult to separate.
LEGOs cannot join with unofficial materials/pieces or they risk discoloration, deformation, and getting broke. This includes sunlight.
If you need a piece that LEGO doesn’t make, you are out of luck.
If you need a color that LEGO doesn’t make, you are out of luck.
Nobody is allowed to create stuff that works with LEGO pieces other than LEGO.
Web components (not Web Components™) are not quite like LEGOs.
In fact, they’re very different.
LEGOs are toys, as it turns out.