incase yall didnt get it, generally lego people all have a generic yellow smiling face.
the creeps are special heads and are kinda scary.
Actually I think you missed the joke.
The jokes on him….with Mike’s mom
KILL the xenos, PURGE the heretic, BURN the traitor!
This is amazing, upvote for unintentional ethnic cleansing.
Unintentional Lego racist. At least there are different heads now. When I was a kid they never had different faces.
I have 20 heads that are EXACTLY THE SAME!!!!!!!! Hagrid and the big wing pilot from Indiana Jones share the same face… with about 75% of all City, Atlantis, Space, and Pirate brands. For cheese, Lego! gimmie a brick!
Man, I’ve got a lot more then 20 LEGO heads that are the same http://www.flickr.com/photos/chrisboyer/3364377964/in/photostream LEGO fandom is the only toy fandom I’ve ever really got into.
At least they have different expressions sometimes, and at least they use yellow as a skin color instead of an actual skin color.
Now if it was a licensed product, where everyone has pink skin (except Lando), that would be uncomfortable.
Early ’90s Lego Space Police wore white suits and captured bad guys called the “Blacktron” who wore… black suits. They all had yellow faces, but still… plus ca change.
And that is why I ditched minifigures for Bionicle
Hey, on the other hand, there was the Lego Life on Mars years ago that had turquoise, light green, and dark green aliens indiscriminately. The only way you could tell who the bad guys were was that they opposed humans landing and taking over their planet…
…Oh wait, aren’t humans always the good guys when defending their home planet against alien invasion, while aliens are the bad guys for defending their home planet against human invasion?
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