…but I did buy some legos and a buffalo-style chicken wrap.
First off, that Buffalo-Style wrap was pretty okay. There were some pretty good hunks of bleu cheese in there but it definitely could’ve used more lettuce.
I have a huge fucking headache (maybe even a migraine) and the idea of reading a book makes it worse, so I needed some medicine. When I went to target I decided “Dammit, I’m an american! Buying things will undoubtedly make it better!” And it did. I think some of that might be the medicine though.
This is what comes in a box of legos nowwadays, a mini comic, a giant instruction manual, four tiny bags of legos and one cardboard envelope containing a tiny nylon cape.
The easy part was making these guys:
I’m also kind of sorry to say that Lego Wonder Woman has the best costume I’ve seen on Wondy in a long time.
Then I had to make Lex’s armor, and that took about thirty minutes. This thing has a whole lot of parts! I used to think I understood what Professor Kane was talking about, I was THERE when Legos started being complicated. Holy fuck was I wrong! This guy has so many tiny moving parts that snap together… it’s pretty much a million times cooler than the legos I had in the ’90s. Even the robot ones.
I was kind of angry that Superman has to be the one saving Wonder Woman so I changed the story a little: