The First Day of Christmas Lee

Lee of the Day: A History

This is the first in the “12 Days of Christmas Series”
Two things you may be wondering about
yes it is a good idea right now.
No, I haven’t thought this through at all.

Elf Lee

Lee of the Day: A History

Just to let you know, I plan on bringing out every Christmas reference I can from now until the big day.
Call it my gift to you.
(Yes, it is equal to a lump of coal)

Risky Business Lee

Lee of the Day: A History

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To be correct, Tom Cruise did not wear the Ray Bans in this famous movie scene but I felt they were a necessary addition to the Lee.
Sometimes you just have to say, ”What the fuck.”

Orville Redenbacher Lee

Lee of the Day: A History

Is this a good Lee, or is it more like looking into the future?
Some interesting stuff about Orville:
His name was originally Sam Henry and he changed it to the name that he made famous.
What a genius!
Also, since ConAgra Foods has bought Orville’s line of products, his gorgeous mug no longer appears on the box.
But luckily you can get some decent Orville stuff on E-Bay…

Jollee Green Giant

Lee of the Day: A History

I have to start checking out more food labels for Lee ideas.
I am almost giddy about making Orville Redenbacher Lee….

Weeble Lee

Lee of the Day: A History

I used to have a Bert (of Bert and Ernie) Weeble when I was a kid and that thing never fell down.
It was made in this kind of fashion where it was a picture of the character behind a sheet of plastic.
Now Weebles are way too detailed for my liking.
It’s a good thing I out grew them when I had the chance.

Shrek Lee

Lee of the Day: A History

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Shrek 2 comes out on DVD today to take away from the box office sales of Pixar’s new film The Incredibles.
Polls are showing that boys ages 5-8 are more interested in The Incredibles, but Shrek 2 will get a stronger backing from the Stoners.