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Watch Your Step

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neuropsychosocial


quality posts: 171 Private Messages neuropsychosocial

Ha! Kevin has such a sharp sense of humor.

RIP A.A. Blanks (Obituary)

bluejester


quality posts: 560 Private Messages bluejester

I swear, this is actually much duller than they feel if you happen to step on one.

ThunderThighs


quality posts: 563 Private Messages ThunderThighs

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bluejester


quality posts: 560 Private Messages bluejester
neuropsychosocial wrote:Ha! Kevin has such a sharp sense of humor.



True, and this shirt design of his makes a great point as well! ;)

MadDrB


quality posts: 0 Private Messages MadDrB

I think that secretly my kids get up after I have gone to bed and carefully place LEGOs in exactly right places for me to step on them. Instead of an alarm system people should just put a large sign in the front yard that says "our kids have LEGOs". Problem solved.

nvaine


quality posts: 63 Private Messages nvaine

How sharper than a serpent's tooth it is
When forgotten by a thankless child!

mkiisupraman18


quality posts: 12 Private Messages mkiisupraman18
ThunderThighs wrote:Check it out:

Woot's goes Mobile! (Finally)



I feel better knowing that the Woot staff doesn't have special powers that grant them a decent signal with AT&T...

safyrejet


quality posts: 121 Private Messages safyrejet

I've often wondered how it is that adults seem to step on these while the children who left them scattered never seem to have that problem...

That said, I don't remember having a problem with my parents stepping on our toys when I was growing up. I think my Mom must have been diligent about us picking them up before bedtime. But I do remember we used to dig holes in the yard and leave them overnight, but then at one point we had to go about filling them in before dark. I think my Dad must have "found" one. Whoops.

lonelypond


quality posts: 417 Private Messages lonelypond

It does look dangerous

hurlingturtles


quality posts: 1 Private Messages hurlingturtles

I don't find this t-shirt funny. Three years ago I stepped on a Lego. After years of physical therapy, I was finally able to walk without crutches this week. Save your feet, lose the Legos!

SuperNinja


quality posts: 18 Private Messages SuperNinja

Ninjas used to use caltrops, until they invented Legos.

CowboyDann


quality posts: 716 Private Messages CowboyDann

Whats more painful?
Stepping on a lego or attempting to break apart two flat 1x2 pieces that got stuck together with your teeth?

nathanlane


quality posts: 2 Private Messages nathanlane

I usually have this problem but have none to blame but myself

skou


quality posts: 20 Private Messages skou
CowboyDann wrote:Whats more painful?
Stepping on a lego or attempting to break apart two flat 1x2 pieces that got stuck together with your teeth?



Dann, don't you mean, "breaking teeth, trying to separate 2 1X2 plates?

Fortunately, I've got LEGOs, and no kids!

Unfortunately, I've got NO ONE to blame!

steve

MissBehaving


quality posts: 12 Private Messages MissBehaving

I have boys that are insane for Legos. They are everywhere. In every room of the house, including bathrooms, and even in my bed. I can attest to the pain. There is pain...excruciating pain...and Lego pain!

CowboyDann


quality posts: 716 Private Messages CowboyDann
skou wrote:Dann, don't you mean, "breaking teeth, trying to separate 2 1X2 plates?

Fortunately, I've got LEGOs, and no kids!

Unfortunately, I've got NO ONE to blame!

steve



Haha Yes that is exactly what I meant!

budfan2004


quality posts: 0 Private Messages budfan2004
skou wrote:Dann, don't you mean, "breaking teeth, trying to separate 2 1X2 plates?

Fortunately, I've got LEGOs, and no kids!

Unfortunately, I've got NO ONE to blame!

steve



Save your teeth. Get the brick separator.

kwyjibo73


quality posts: 4 Private Messages kwyjibo73

Stray Lego = foot magnet

dangerhaus


quality posts: 12 Private Messages dangerhaus

you see the circus sideshow types on AGT doing their schtick w/sword swallowing, hanging weights from eyelids, bed o nails, firewalk, walk on broken glass, blah blah blah...no walk on Lego strongman. even last season's Horse, kick him inna yarbles, was not brave enough for this.
I'd like to see Lego featured on Fear Factor (blindfolded, natch), World's Greatest Eliminations, Minute to Win it, and of course, added to the Marine's obstacle course.

whattaya mean I can't buy more than three?!?!?!

the ha is silent - i'm laughing on the inside

kevlar51


quality posts: 45 Private Messages kevlar51

Thanks Woot! I'm glad together we can help raise awareness to this crippling household hazard.

jmlowry


quality posts: 0 Private Messages jmlowry

I need this in a sign that I can hang on my front door to warn all who enter to watch out for those tiny monsters.

Spiritgreen


quality posts: 215 Private Messages Spiritgreen

Legoland, the most dangerous place on Earth!(tm)


Congrats on a great shirt, kevlar. :^)

rhanlives


quality posts: 2 Private Messages rhanlives
CowboyDann wrote:Whats more painful?
Stepping on a lego or attempting to break apart two flat 1x2 pieces that got stuck together with your teeth?



How did you get them stuck together with your teeth?

skatimmy737


quality posts: 207 Private Messages skatimmy737

SCUBA STEVE! DAMN YOU!

fishbiscuit5


quality posts: 35 Private Messages fishbiscuit5

An excellent PSA shirt. Congrats on the print, Kevin!



Mavyn


quality posts: 22 Private Messages Mavyn

And yet it's Buckyballs that have been labeled the greater threat!

Go figure. LEGO must pay a fortune to the CPSC.

My speech is not parsing. I am speaking in ellipsis.

fourthmeal


quality posts: 2 Private Messages fourthmeal
CowboyDann wrote:Whats more painful?
Stepping on a lego or attempting to break apart two flat 1x2 pieces that got stuck together with your teeth?



I've got a chipped front tooth from childhood to prove the latter. It was two flat 4x4 pieces.

chicken0102


quality posts: 41 Private Messages chicken0102
budfan2004 wrote:Save your teeth. Get the brick separator.



Flat bricks were always the worst to separate. I've always had long nails, ever since I was a kid and would use those to separate the flat bricks. Many broken nails resulted, but at least those grow back unlike teeth. I didn't get my first brick separator (the other kind, not the orange kind featured at the link) until I got one with my Lego vac when I was 8. I actually didn't know what it was until about 13 years later when I met my now-hubby in college. Sad thing is I still don't know how to use one though.

jonholifield


quality posts: 1 Private Messages jonholifield

I still have a visable scar on the back of my hand from a lego incident 15 years ago... I learned the hard way not to lean over a pile of legos using your knuckles to hold up your weight.

eholling


quality posts: 10 Private Messages eholling

I'd be all over this if it were just a normal 2X4 brick. The pointyness is unnecessary. People get it without that. It's a better joke without it.

Bouts of Consternation:
8/17/11; 9/14/11; 10/12/11; 11/09/11, 12/06/11; 4/26/12

And right now.

j5


quality posts: 63 Private Messages j5

I will wear this shirt to elicit winces from parents the way America's Funniest Home Videos does for all men everywhere.

move along

mrmitch86


quality posts: 1 Private Messages mrmitch86

oh yaaay. more recycled reddit jokes. seriously shirt.woot, what happened? you went from art and design to crappy, rehashed, puns that are about aesthetically pleasing as fungal-infected toenails. stop making the world worse.

rp10007


quality posts: 1 Private Messages rp10007

Wow. I was only on crutches for a couple months.

mightypg


quality posts: 0 Private Messages mightypg

When people see me walking around in bare feet or socks, they seem to note that I walk toe-heel instead of heel-toe, and they ask why this is, and I reply "I grew up with Legos."

I'd buy this shirt if I didn't look like I had leprosy when I wore red.

everlore


quality posts: 3 Private Messages everlore

This happened to me exactly once. Being an adult collector, I have learned to tread lightly.

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Polishemt


quality posts: 2 Private Messages Polishemt
mrmitch86 wrote:oh yaaay. more recycled reddit jokes. .



mrmitch86 wrote: recycled reddit jokes. .



mrmitch86 wrote: reddit.



>mfw

kerrykazan


quality posts: 1 Private Messages kerrykazan

OH Great Shirt! So in for 1. Thanks!

zacknsager


quality posts: 0 Private Messages zacknsager

My mom always wears shoes into my room for fear she will step on one of my rouge Lego bricks. I really need to organize them at some point.

darthbob14


quality posts: 5 Private Messages darthbob14

I swear, kids sharpen those things.

"Oh yeah, this one's gonna put 'em out for weeks!"

"Finally, an excuse to nuke France!"