Invent LEGO Socks. Not socks made out of LEGO (we already have those). We mean socks that protect your feet when you step on a LEGO brick in the middle of the night. Not shoes. SOCKS.
Let’s face it, besides being totally real, Santa Claus is our way of preparing kids for a lifetime of annual performance reviews and merit-based bonuses. But the kids have had enough and now they’ve unionized. Show at least one child under 10 on strike at Kris Kringle’s house, protesting the meritocracy and demanding parity in presents for all children.
Give a stump speech about the dangers of deforestation while standing on (or sitting next to) a tree stump, just the way the Lorax would have done.
A stylish gentleman with luxurious nose-and-ear hair extensions.
The United States has been through more downs than ups since we installed the Trumpoline.
(TIMELAPSE) It’s time for Family Obstacle Course Day. 2.0! Nothing gets the kids more excited about doing household chores than making it a challenge. Design a challenging obstacle course that incorporates no less than 3 chores that must be done and speed run its completion. – Inspired by the Ackles Family
They say you shouldn’t bury your feelings, but in this case, we’ll make an exception. Bury your anger or frustration and give it a proper funeral. – Misha’s Mom
The LEGO Master Model Builders are working to #RebuildtheWorld, which is full of undiscovered creatures. Luckily, Gishers are on the job. Build a hybrid animal or cryptid creature out of the legendary LOCKING BRICKS, then take a forced-perspective picture of it coming after you. Post your creation to social media tagging @LEGO_Group (@LEGO on Instagram), #RebuildTheWorld & #GISH
Dress up like a character on a book cover and set up your environment so it’s a perfect replica of the book cover, except for one catch: the original book you’re replicating is also in your photo where we can clearly see it. – Inspired by Victoria M.
Since we can no longer give each other big, warm, cuddly hugs, it’s time we invent the official hug or hug routine of social distancing. Props, noises, physical impossibiliites… they are all welcome. Let’s see two people warmly “embracing” each other with “the new COVID hug” (obviously from a distance of at least 6 feet).