“I’ve seen other ads from the ’70s and ’80s, particularly for Tonka trucks, that show girls like this–in clothes that look like they’re actually made for playing instead of making a fashion statement, and playing with toys in the same way boys would, even if it means getting dirty (gasp!). When we see ads that always show girls in pink, playing with “girl” versions of toys, or engaged in passive activities, that’s a particular marketing choice, not some inevitable, obvious way girls need to be depicted to sell products.”
— Gwen Sharpe, Sociological Images
Giant Beached LEGO Man by Ego Leonard
The residents of Siesta Key Village, FL recently made a discovery on the beach. But several of these 8-foot tall LEGO Men have washed up around the world on various coasts. Dating the reports back suggests that these sculptures have possibly been adrift at sea for years. So far, most searches lead to Leonard’s website, though no real clues are given as to motive. The LEGO Men contain numbering on their backs along with a simple message: “No Real Than You Are”.
…………okay that’s cool as hell
HUMANS ARE SO WEIRD
i love humans
Homo sapien, we are strange little people
Oh hey, I live near Siesta Key, I think I’ll go see this dude.
Amanda can we go visit the lego man
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