Thursday, August 03, 2006

word origin: lego

Lego is Danish meaning, 'play well.'
In Latin it means, 'I put together.'

Now, go play.

6 comments:

Phollower said...

So, "Lego my Eggo" means "Play nicley with the waffle I made"? Maybe you don't remember that commercial...

Party Girl said...

Good one! I totally remember that commercial.
Person sets down to eat dee-lish frozen treat that is still slightly frozen or at least mushy, and someone steals it with fork.
Add, syrup.

Egan said...

I love Lego to this very day. Now make sure you don't pluralize Lego or else you risk certain death. At least that's how I remember the fine print as a child.

puerileuwaite said...

I'm going to use it to commence tomorrow night's orgy. Usually it sucks when the toastmaster has nothing short and witty to say. This time it will be a snap.

Old Man Crowder said...

Now THAT'S a cool bit of Cliff Claven information.

Until now, I always thought it meant "easily embedded into unsuspecting feet".

Can you tell I'm a parent?

Party Girl said...

Egan: Along with the instructions on the mattress. Man, those people are serious. They just came outta nowhere and barged into my room and kicked-my-ass

P: I am here to help with the awkward-next-day-the-sun-is-out-did-I-really-do-that-to-your-ass-orgy-conversation in anyway that I can.

OMC: Cliff Claven. God, I hope you think I'm hotter and not nearly as annoying. I assure you my info is all true, with only a little bit of bull thrown in for fun and entertainment value to add to the reading pleasure and enjoyment.

Now, watch your step.