Lindsay and I stayed in on Friday night and built a nice lego treehouse for this little guy. If you’re considering such a living arrangement, make sure you consider the following advice straight from the perma-smile mouth of our lego friend.
Pros and Cons of living in a Lego Treehouse:
- Compared with building an actual treehouse, the construction is pretty simple.
- When you get bored, rebuild your entire house into something new.
- Trap door style entrance.
- Plastic ‘za never goes bad.
- At only $30 (not including tax), you can build a great house on a budget!
- Earbuds can be used as speakers.
- Water-front property.
- Great view of the entire room in which you live.
- Comes with a lego puppy and frog.
- The bugs are disproportionately large.
- The only bathroom is a tiny bucket hanging from a string.
- Probably not enough room for a big screen.
- Your house is made of small and easily lost pieces.
- Hard and lumpy mattress, not great for your back.
- No doors to keep out intruders.
- Walkie-talkie is solid plastic and doesn’t work at all.
- Not a lot of room for entertaining friends and family.
- Toddlers can be a problem.
And there you have it, all the good and bad things about going through life in a treehouse made of legos.