sometimes dumb, ridiculous and/or offensive shit happens in the lego fandom (or fandoms plural i guess given how separate a beast the bionicle fandom is)
we're here to point and laugh and occasionally write long-winded essays about the fandom or even more long-winded reviews of the stuff this fandom's actually about
children's construction toys aren't serious business
if you're looking for unironically GOOD lego stuff though, then you're in the wrong place and want our other blog solace of legoman values (or any one of the countless other good lego blogs out there but eh who cares)
alternatively you're looking for our two other ironic masterpieces, thornax express and BIONICLES ADVENTURS COMIXS
no seriously you're looking for these two trust me
He made a post in his MOC topic to talk about a “blog dedicated to shaming MOCists” that “has no honor” so I can only assume he was talking about us.
On a better day, I may even give him a bit of sympathy. Toss him a bone like, “Well, maybe this guy’s caring about honor just means his heart is in the right place.”
Today is not a better day. I feel no need to be apologetic for the actions of another admin just because he took offense to our blog’s existence.
So Aanchir took offense to our featuring his OC on this blog. Apparently, it hurt him in the same way as when another blog mocked his “Ninjago/My Little Pony crossover sketches”. (That’s not relevant to this post; I’m just throwing that out there.)
The actual point of this post is that his public “callout” of us is kind of ridiculous. Another admin can tackle the whole thing if they want; I’m just here to give a one-gif summary of the whole thing:
So this is Aanchir’s horrifying idea of femininity.
It gets worse, too. There’s these shots of this thing's poseability:
or the Fox News review
I haven’t seen it yet but I heard it’s just them being butthurt because the villain is Lord Business instead of Lord Obama or something I guess?
That’s because it’s a GOOD thing. If anything, we’d cover some of the laughable negative reviews it received, like the guy who said he loved the movie but had to give it a negative score because it was a movie based on a product.