I am not ashamed to say I’m a Beavis and Butthead fan. Mike Judge’s breakout animated classic is way smarter than people give it credit for. There’s contemporary humor, biting social commentary, political subversion and many layers of wit in the show. There’s also sophomoric humor, crude jokes, and butts, huh huh huh. Nicely done LEGO 7.
One of my guilty pleasures is Beavis and Butthead. Yes, there’s a load of sophomoric humor (ok, it’s mostly sophomoric humor) but there’s also so exceptionally clever writing and subtle humor going on. And I don’t think I’ve ever laughed as hard at any episode as I did “The Great Cornholio” where we see what happens when Beavis gets just a bit too much caffeine. A simple but very effective build by Pascal.
Builder dvdliu has an interesting thought experiment. What if xenomorphs (the aliens in the Alien movies) developed developed a civilized and "normal" lifestyle? Well, here's a peek at what that might look like, and it's sort of dreary. Yes, I wouldn't wish a desk job, especially wearing a tie, on anyone...or anything.
According to builder Wami Delthorn, Exo Suits are not for babies, at least that's what the images say on Flickr. I'd say judging on how this turned out, that's not really the case. This baby is clearly a skilled builder, and the suit fits just fine, so why not? Sure he or she caused a little mayhem at first, but wouldn't anybody?
Your carrot munchin' days are numbered thanks to the carrot mech by powerpig! Chris says in the description that he can't explain it, but it's purpose is clear, vengeance! For too long carrots have suffered at the self-absorbed, nibbling maws of bunnies and that ends now!
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In late 1978 a crime was committed that the world has never quite recovered from. I can tell you as a first hand witness to this heinous event, I was scarred for life. I am referring of course to the Star Wars Holiday Special which aired November 17, 1978...a day that will live in infamy. Builder storm_tk431 has brilliantly recreated just one of the many scenes of this crime, so that we many never forget.