i don’t like that thing in sitcoms where the Relateable Protagonist Man and his Sassy Lady Friend are on and off again for forty eight seasons and every time it is used as a plot arc everyone acts like its a new thing as if the first 12 times it happened didn’t really mean anything and then they eventually get married, call it off, get married, call it off, forever and ever till the show ends (and the show will never end)
More than one percent of all children born in the United States today have autism. Some people, whom we shall politely refer to as “squealing jackasses” (we have some far more impolite terms ready), blame vaccines for the rise in cases. The real cause of this supposed autism boom is the simple fact that it was first diagnosed in 1943, so we basically only just figured out autism is a thing. We sat down with several high-functioning autistic people and asked them what our readers should know about their condition. Here’s what they said…
So I spent in excess of 30 hours designing this Bob’s Burgers Lego set only to have it rejected by Lego Ideas.
They responded with a message stating that they won’t approve projects related to a lot of different things, the only two possibly related to my project:
Sex, drugs or smoking (Bob’s Burgers does not address these things any more than the Simpsons or The Big Bang Theory - both approved sets by Lego) Alcohol in any present day situation (Duff Beer! Penny from TBBT is an alcoholic)
Anyway, I’m proud of my product and I hope the internet enjoy it also.