Dating website Plenty of Fish has introduced a “Users Interested in Legos” tag to make it easier for fans of the building blocks to find each other.
Currently, there are 2,070 Lego-lovers worldwide, with 1,099 in the U.S. and the rest split between the UK and Canada.
CrazyLegoMan of Lafayette, Indiana is looking for a Christian woman who wants to have kids and doesn’t mind practical jokes, Gizmodo reports.
His ideal mate would have a really weird sense of humor and enjoy pretending to be Amish. He’s also into playing drums at church, collecting medieval weapons and listening to Christian techno and bluegrass music.
“I’m really into LEGOS, but I realize that this isn’t something that any woman is going to want to do with me,” he writes.
“I’m just letting you know that it’s my #1 hobby.”
There is also a user forum called “Legos: Turn-off or not?”.
Plenty of Fish is free, and has more than 3.3 million users who browse the site every day and a vast range of tags.
A quick search of singles in the U.S. show that Lego lovers fall somewhere in popularity between yoga and Enya fans.