Help Emmet escape from the Melting Room
It’s #TacoTuesday! on a Saturday!
There’s a new Greek restaurant in Kapitolyo, Pasig and we wanted to try it out. It was already late in the afternoon – 2pm – we’re starving and we had the place for ourselves. Good thing service was fast!
Not a moment later, we got our salad! It’s a …
President Business: WAIT! This is NOT acceptable! Why are we posting a TacoTuesday post on a Saturday?
And why are we using a mexican taco guy to present a greek place? Why not post this on a Tuesday? Why not call this a SouvlakiSaturday instead?
BADCOP! BADCOP! I need you here!
AARRRRR!!!! I live in a tropical island.
Lego and Amazon doesn’t ship to our island. If ye there are legos here, expect ye a high mark up of 30% than what you get online. NASTY PIRATES and GOLD DIGGERS!!!!!! This is when the crew decided to use some 3rd party shippers (cough! forexworld.us! cough!) to hold ye stuff until we fill up our tresherrrrr!. So how do ye plan for ye tresher chest with limited dimensions and how would you know they’d fit without resorting to sophisticated 3D software?
Did you Know? The Witch is the only character in the LEGO Minifigures line whose head is this shade of green. She is also the first to use a LEGO slope base instead of legs.
I guess I won’t have to tell you where our Wicked Minfig is inspired from.
I had a slope base first before it was cool!
Reference: LEGO Minifigures Character Encyclopedia by DK
In this photo: The WItch from Lego Minifigure series 2, Lego Movie Calamity Drone and WyldStyle
Vignettes are like the haiku of the LEGO world. Usually built on a base 8 studs wide by 8 studs deep, vignettes show a little scene or a moment in time. But like written poetry, there’s plenty of variation on the basic theme.
-from brothers brick
My First Vignette : Batman Climbs in a Black Hatch Cover*
*unfortunately, micromanagers were harmed during this shoot
Included in this shoot: decapitated Micromanager from Lego Movie Metalbeard Set 70807, Sheng Yuan Batman Minifig