I am still processing the movie… so more on that in a different post. Instead, today we are thrilled to share M4P guest writer and LEGO® “Master Builder” Peter Guenther‘s review of the ship whose appearance in The Force Awakens made me squeal with joy. Take it away Peter…
The Force Awakens, LEGO® has released a new version of the Millennium Falcon, set 75105. Weighing in at an impressive 1329 pieces (plus a few extras, just in case), six minifigures plus a droid, and a price tag of $149.99, is this set worth the investment?
Blogging is hard work. No, I take that back. Blogging is something I do for fun, but that does not always make it easy. And today I am stuck. My mind is totally blank. I can’t come up with anything interesting to say about the Millennium Falcon. (It’s terrible!) So here is what I will do: I am going to give you a link to someone who always has something interesting to say about the iconic ship…
I was going to say this tastes heavenly, but I don’t think that is the correct pun for it. Maybe that it truly belongs among the clouds? Naah, no good either. It is a good thing the Cloud City is a float? Bad punch lines, good punch though. It looks impressive, fizzes, bubbles and is very yummy. Jedi Master Heidi (whom you will hear more about in later posts – and without whose help and creativity the M4Ps [May the Fourth be with You Parties] would never happen), helped me figure out this recipe. It was (obviously) served it in (Han) Solo plastic cups!