Recreating blocks using unnecessary complicated methods

This is basically the opposite "twin" of my previous topic.

Here, you have to recreate blocks using anything but the original block and you have to make it overly complicated. And no, doing (1+1+1+1+1...) will not be counted.

In short, recreate blocks using everything except the original block, and try to use as many blocks as you can without cheating, like doing anything in the above example.

I made a complicated-definition method of pick random () to () block. Here:

Did I do this right?

The chain of not is questionable, but yeah.