Top Ten Most Useless Blocks in Minecraft

While most blocks in Minecract have many uses, the blocks on this list don't. Most of these blocks have one use, looks; and for practicality, most of these items have no use. Which block in Minecraft is the most useless? NOTE: Blocks are the basic units of structure in Minecraft that can be directly placed in the game world.
The Top Ten
1 Lily Pad

They're pretty useless unless you want to decorate your pool or something.

2 Snow
3 Mossy Cobblestone

Who wants to waste cobblestone for Mossy Cobblestone?

4 Grass
5 Mycelium

So hard to find. No one has Silk Touch, and whoever does doesn't care.

You barely ever see it, and it has no decoration abilities.

6 Nether Brick
7 Dead Bush

I wouldn't really count Dead Bush as a block, but it is very useless.

Oh my god. Why are people saying it's useful for sticks? Mine one block of wood for eight sticks!

You can't use it to make tools because you need wood.

8 Gravel
9 Cocoa
10 Diorite

Gets in the way, clutters inventory. Could be used as a building block.

I hate diorite. I get annoyed whenever I see this block.

The Contenders
11 Cactus

You can make a wall, but only three blocks high, and they can walk between the cacti. You can make green dye, I guess? Other than that, useless.

12 Dried Kelp Block

There is absolutely no point to go and get kelp for this! You can't eat it, and it gives 0.1 experience in a furnace! A full stack would be 6.4 experience!

I believe that this is a very useless thing. You can't do anything with it, and you can't even eat it. This is probably one of the most useless items in Minecraft.

13 Cauldron

Most useless thing here. Just use a water block. That's infinite at least.

Yes, I agree. Don't waste iron on this useless thing.

14 Coarse Dirt
15 Diamond Ore
16 Gold Ore
17 Sponge
18 Dirt
19 Cobblestone
20 Furnace
21 Polished Basalt
22 Sand

Sand is basically only used for cacti farming or making a beach.

23 Grass Block
24 Stone Brick
25 Stone
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