Tag Archives: Easter

The Tortoise & The Hare

Lego Hot Rod Tortoise

The story of the Tortoise and the Hare is nature’s most famous race, designed to teach kids about… we dunno, perseverance or something? Anyway, the bunny seems to have won in the end, claiming all the chocolatey glory of Easter. Out of the two it’s the tortoise that actually lays eggs though (although eating them is probably illegal), so perhaps it should be the anthropomorphic representation of Easter instead.

We’re not sure where we’re going with this.

It’s nearly Easter, and the two protagonists in the aforementioned race have returned to duke it out once more courtesy of Kale Frost of Flickr, who has certainly upped the stakes by equipping each with a Technic hot rod. Pick your Easter winner via the link above!

Lego Hot Rod Hare

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Seasonally Inappropriate

Lego Easter Bunny Hot Rod

It’s the Fourth of July, and thus we have an Easter and Halloween themed double for you today! TLCB nailing holiday timings once again…

Anyhoo, this delightful pair of cartoon creations comes from Kale Frost of Flickr, who has built the Easter Bunny and a cavalcade of ghoulish monsters their own remote control hot rods.

Whilst we enjoy using these to chase down the Elves in the halls of TLCB Towers you can see more of Kale’s seasonal builds at his photostream – click the links in the text above to take a look!

Lego RC Monster Hot Rod

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A-Definitely-Easter-Related-MOC

Lego GARC Space Racer

The Elves have been thoroughly useless at finding anything remotely Easter-related this weekend. The best they could do was a camper from a year ago. However all is not lost, because it’s a little-known fact that the Easter Bunny, who’s death in the Galactic Asteroid Race Circuit we remember at this time of year, was a highly skilled space pilot. Sylon-tw pays his tributes to the fallen rabbit with this excellent GARC ship. See more and pay your respects too on Flickr via the link above, or you can check out an alternative Easter theory here.

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