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Posted on Monday, December 5th, 2005

Dave!For reasons unknown, I am experiencing random flashes of total despair. Only for a second... then it's gone again.

I'm a little bummed about that, but not for the reason you think.

I'm bummed because the despair doesn't stick around long enough to be useful, and that's just annoying. I could use a little despair in my life. It's a terrific creative motivator. As it is, I'll just have to be content to stumble along in mediocrity.

Oh well. That's good enough to make my own Warholl "Marilyn" portrait. I've wanted to to it for ages, but never got around to it until tonight...


Hmmm... now that I look at that Warhol homage, I am totally thinking that I need to dye my hair blonde. I am SO hot!

Well, either that or dye my skin blue.

But before I get to today's Lego Advent Calendar story... has anybody listened to INXS's new album Switch? I had nothing but poor expectations with Michael Hutchence gone, but ended up being completely floored. There are some beautiful tracks on that release, including my personal favorite, Afterglow.

CHAPTER 5: Jingle Kills
LEGO ADVENT CALENDAR TOY OF THE DAY: Police Doggy and Police Barricade.
The meth lab that Lego Dave set on fire ended up having a police office inside! Things are not looking too good for our hero...
"You're coming down to the station for impersonating a fire fighter and a possible arson charge!" the officer said, his words sharp. "Then we'll get to the bottom of all this!"
Suddenly, out of nowhere, a police dog appears, snarling violently at the officer. "Bark! Bark" goes the dog.
"Ack! Get away you mangy mutt! I thought I had you locked in the squad car!" the police officer snaps. "Stupid K-9 unit!"
Suddenly enraged, the dog attacks the police officer, tearing into his jacket with his teeth. From the tattered remains of the policeman's pocket drops a baggie filled with rocks of crystal meth.
"Hey! You're a crooked cop that's a meth addicted!" Lego Dave declares.
"So what!" the police officer snipes. "When my backup gets here, who do you think they're going to believe... a decorated officer of the law, or a guy impersonating a fire fighter?"
"Well I think they'll have a hard time hearing your side of the story with an axe in your chest!" Lego Dave replies as he buries the hatchet in the officer...
Lego Holiday Five
"Bark! Bark!" says the doggy as he pees on the dying officer's head.
"What a mess!" exclaims Lego Dave. "The police and fire department will be here any minute Barky... we'd better get rid of this body!"
Things are getting complicated... what will Lego Dave do next?

Categories: DaveLife 2005, LEGOClick To It: Permalink


  1. James says:

    The lego stories took an interesting twist…I can’t imagine where you’re going to go from here. Is your despair showing in the form of lego violence?

  2. Rob says:

    There is something to be said about a christmas tale with a picture of a cop with an ax in his chest. But I’m not the person to say it. The garland ads the nicest touch. Go fireman Lego Dave!

  3. kilax says:

    Yikes! The story is getting very gory! I hope Lego Dave finds a solution to hiding the body.

  4. Michelle says:

    Personally, I like the one with the red bits in your hair better. Or the one with the red skin. It makes you look either very very sunburned, or as though you’re about to go out trick or treating for Hallowe’en…just need the horns and you’re set hehe.

  5. becca says:

    I’m thinking you should go with the red skin, some horns and a bifurcated tail. It not only looks hot, but it might have the added attraction of making losers think twice before they pinch shit from your site. Also, the born-agains would have to stop threatening to send you to hell, since you’d already own the joint 😉

  6. delmer says:

    I hate a dirty cop.

  7. Kevin says:

    Ah, the holiday spirit is strong in this one…

  8. Chaz says:

    The axe in the chest with the blood splurting everywhere reminds me of Mortal Kombat and gets me thinking… they should make a “Lego Kombat”. That would be the sweetest game ever. I’ve got to say these lego cartoons are great, and I’m on the edge of my seat waiting to find out what happens next in this Christmas saga.

  9. Belinda says:

    Gotta admit, the frosted tips are intriguing…might be a good hair thang for ya.

  10. jenny says:

    Love, LOVE the Warhol Dave. Very nice. If I had lots of money, I’d offer you lots of money for an original copy. But I don’t have lots of money, so I’ll just say again, love it!

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