There's also innumerable perks, such as the flashbacks to my own happy childhood.
For instance, I recently came to the realization at least half my brain is STILL full of Disney song lyrics.
|TALE AS OLD AS TIMEEEE!!! SONG AS OLD AS RHYMEEEE!!!|
Not that they have that. But they TOTALLY should.
Another flashback happened when I found a hairdresser set at Target for 70 percent off (woot!) and opened it up to find these ...
|Ah, the smell of burning plastic and China.|
Fifty Legos I can deal with. Unfortunately, I was unaware there was a GIANT box of Legos in my youngest brother's room from our childhood days. He brought them upstairs (because he hates me) and T dumped them out on the floor (WHY, CHILD? WHY?).
Flashback to me
I got this exact set for a birthday and I think we still have like 50 percent of the pieces, which is kind of a miracle. It was a major source of strife due to it's awesomeness.
|IS THIS NOT THE COOLEST?|
So was this one:
|There used to be two. One was lost in a tragic accident (the dog ate it).|
|You know what the official name of this piece is? Plant Bush. |
Nice going, Lego.
|T still can't figure out what it is. I'm going with umbrella.|
Like that one time I picked carrion beetles out of a dead weasel's mouth for a science project ...
Yeah, homeschoolers are
And if you ask me who is playing on the '90s Hits radio station, I will probably say Spice Girls ...
Homeschoolers (and Legos) FTW!