Discussion in 'Transformers Toy Discussion' started by RoboticPlanet, Jul 4, 2007.
It brings a tear to my eye:
That's one of the stupidest thing's I've ever witnessed.
At least they used the 70's BumbleBee (that breaks easily) and Swindle (who's heavily clogging shelves over here). Pretty much anything else would've been considered a sin. I love the stuff they do. But as far as Transformers go, they should've really used an Animorph or something worse instead. Maybe a Beast Machines Che or a crappy Armada BTR.
I know I must not be the first person to think this, but the man gets props for being able to transform them without the instructions.
U suk grandpa guy!
I almost cried.
Grandpa Guy got my respect when he blended the whole garden rake. The whole garden rake.
And yes, for those playing at home, that was a nod to a joke made by Anthony Anderson in the new TRANSFORMERS film.
But seriously, once you've seen all the things Grandpa has blended, you gotta give him some respect. The man's a hero. He once blended a an entire Thanksgiving dinner (a turkey leg, cranberry sauce, gravy, mashed potatoes, etc.). And then made his boss drink it!
i love this guy! he blended a ipod it was awesome!!! looks like he made the first decepticon auto-bot hybrid. wow...
Oh hell no, he didnt !
timmah, timmah, jimaaaahhh?!!!
that was pure awesome
That's 30 secs of my life wasted that I'll never get back. Thanks a lot.
Transformers smoke....don't breath this.
I love the people who think this is the stupidest thing ever, if only because I find whimsy in remembering a time when I didn't know what Will-It-Blend was.
Hell, their marketing campaign is rock solid. When my food processor finally dies, I'm buying a Blendtech blender.
If they really wanted to impress me, they'd have done an alternator, but Hasbro obviously gave them movie toys for the cross promotion. before you guys cry over dead toys, just remember that these little guys were given up by their own daddies. All in the name of marketing!
I want, nay, I need one of those Blenders.
One thing I want to know:
Where was this guy during Energon, those Ironhides, then repainted Ironhides really needed shifting, even half-price + buy 1 get 1 free didnt shift 'em.
Mike would love this.
Pretty entertaining. And it's no big crime because those are brand new toys that any old fool can buy off the shelves. If he blended a Trypticon however, that would be kinda lame.
Hey, they're bigger chunks than the hot wheels were, those things were powdered.
Maybe Hasbro told him there had to be "recognizable pieces" left over.
Yeah sorta like this tear jerker of a video
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