Friday, June 21, 2013

Dad makes awesome R2D2 birthday cake for unappreciative 6-year olds


From geekology, This is a video of the R2-D2 birthday cake Marc Freilich made for his six-year old son Alexander. It has a teensy Pico projector inside so it can project the 'hologram' of Princess Leia followed by 'Happy Birthday Alexander' in the Star Wars font. I like how the one kid at the end asks, 'What WAS that?' I'm pretty sure his parents should be hauled off for child negligence because if you haven't seen Star Wars by the time you're six, clearly your parents don't use the TV as a babysitter as much as they should. That's what it's there for. My parents used to leave me for days at a time and look how I turned out. You know how many TV theme songs I know? ALL OF THEM.

4 comments:

Octopunk said...

Dad's mistake was including the entire Leia message, which just delayed the transfer of cake into the waiting mouths. Typical geek slip-up.

Catfreeek said...

I was thinking the exact same thing Octo. I think Dad really made the cake for Dad not so much for the kid.

JPX said...

I agree with both of you!

AC said...

creative!