Tom talks stunning burgers and Molly’s taken by children’s Lego reviews.
KidzVuz, where kids review things of all stripes
Sample Lego set review; Molly’s almost 6-year-old not only watches these CONSTANTLY, he now makes me film them.
Movie review: Sugarplum Wreck-it Ralph
11 Responses to “It’s A Thing- #002 – Lego burgers”
I love listening to you two chat. I don’t care what the subject is. I’m looking forward to a long run of these shows.
I was sick once, grossly ill, and I started to watch the Mad Men show everyone was talking about, on DVD. I watched three episodes and liked it but can’t watch it anymore and have not watched it since.
I am to Mad Men as Tom is to American Cheese, itsathing.
It’s great to hear about kidvuz since I let my used to let my 3 year old son watch unboxing of Car’s toys but then the related videos somehow became rather risque and I told him that youtube was broken and we couldn’t watch anymore.
Thought you might find this NPR piece on the price of Legos interesting: http://www.npr.org/blogs/money/2012/12/13/167055503/why-legos-are-so-expensive-and-so-popular
It’s funny, growing up on American cheese, it’s my go to grilled cheese. Now living in Australia. They HATE American cheese.
Also…hamburgers in Australia is not a thing yet unfortunately. I’m looking forward to the time it becomes a thing cause I love me some burgers!
Father’s Office can have my business when, for $15 a plate, I can get a waiter. Try the U-Mini in Westwood, it’s $6 burger bliss.
Burgers are one of the greatests things on Earth. Five Guys is overrated though.
Re: lego reviews. My kids are constantly watching and doing their own reviews. We probably have hundreds recorded. Definitely a thing at our house.
I ate at an In-N-Out Burger in San Francisco, was not at all impressed, not even satisfied. And I agree, Five Guys is overrated. Good burgers, yes, but even my homemade ones are better.
Check out the comedy-documentary Fat Head (http://www.fathead-movie.com/) (www.hulu.com/fat-head). Dude does the 30 days of burgers thing you mention, with surprising results.
Making Lego review video’s is definitely a thing in our house too. Cracks me up seeing my almost 6 yr old imitating the reviewers he sees on YouTube.
Damn Lego is killing my wallet. Or letting my kids walk the toy aisle at Target is killing my Wallet.
Five Guys is also an expensive Habit. But it is so damn good.