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I got the Christmas tree for the first day of Christmas but I don’t expect to get two Lego racers on the second day. I don’t think dad is going to spend what-ever-thousand dollars nor do I think anyone else will, but as I said anyone is welcome.
I found this really funny video on You Tube. If you go to You Tube and search for Lego you’ll see lots of Lego videos.
In my last post I asked you to guess the price and number of pieces required to fulfill my 12 Lego Days of Christmas. Now I will tell you the answer. It is, as I said, a big number for both. In fact, the number of pieces is 468,524. And you can get it all for the unbelievably low price of $34,481.16 plus tax.
I like the song, “The 12 days of Christmas,” so mom inspired me to do “The Lego Days of Christmas.”
On the twelfth day of Christmas, Santa gave to me
Twelve Millennium Falcons,
Eleven Crosstown Crazes,
Nine Volcano Bases,
Eight Brick Street Customs,
Seven Temple Escapes,
Six Jungle Cutters,
Five Taj Mahals,
Three Mobile Cranes,
Two Lego Racers
and a Lego Christmas Tree.
I would be happy for any of you get it for me, but considering that I already have a lot of Legos and the total price and number of pieces are… well, I’ll let you guess. Since it is a big number, I’ll give you a hint. It is between 1 and 1,000,000! Oh! Big hint. A real hint: you have to sing the song the traditional way with all the verses. See the next post for our answer.
Lego a day is a guy who (for practice with his camera) made a commitment to take photograph of his Legos every day for a year. Wow! Quite a commitment, eh? That is something to commit to, I think. He does a really good job of doing jokes with Legos, even though he doesn’t have a lot of Legos. If you are a purist who only wants to use Legos, I don’t advise you to click on the link.