This Week in Oddly Inappropriate Advent Calendars

December 23rd, 2010  |  by  |  Published in A Week on the Wagon

Das Bierhall Wench and the Big Holiday Lego-Keg

Das Bierhall Wench and the Big Holiday Lego-Keg

Holmes over at DadCentric had me choking on my eggnog with this finely-illustrated Christmas conundrum: what the fuck do the prize-pieces in Lego’s Advent Calendar (which includes the Lego set pictured here) have to do with the holidays?

With all the Kristmas Krap we’re drowning in this month, it’s always nice to see a toy company just phone it in. It is, at any rate, a hilarious post: get over and read it now.


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