School Of Hard Blocks Express Life’s Unfathomable Letdowns
School of Hard Blocks Tell of the Ominous Calamities Life has to Offer!
Let the School of Hard Blocks express life’s unfathomable letdowns or just forget it and let them figure it out on their own like we did. However, If your still into destroying their fantasies of rainbows and unicorns, these 12 concrete blocks of life education won’t disappoint.
Who cares that D stands for dog, these alphabet blocks teach your children the important things in life, like D stands for Diabetes if you keep eating those 1lb double cheeseburgers, Divorce when daddy cheats on mommy, or Depression when you have no more answers.
The apocalyptic lessons of life’s undeniable toils and snares cannot be expressed any more bluntly than with the School of Hard blocks. They are made of concrete so when the D for divorce arrives in life don’t use them as weapon against that evil ex. Now YOU CAN go out back and chuck one as hard as you possible, they are made of concrete.
Plus, you can prevent the D for diabetes by walking down the hill and retrieving it. The more trials hit you, the more exercise you’ll have to keep you uselessly dredging through day after day!
Other Uses For School of Hard Blocks
School of Hard Blocks Games
If your life is easy peasy with cream cheesy, you can use these blocks for games! There are several suggestions on the back of the box to use these blocks for games like ice-breakers, drinking games (because if your life is like these blocks you are already drinking, now you can have fun with it), Charades, or just spell out some curse words to release the frustration!
School of Hard Blocks Conversation Starter
These hilarious blocks can be displayed like in the photos on your desk at home or the office! Coworkers will love them except for the O for overachieving coworkers who will likely rat you out or file a complaint.
School of Hard Blocks As Kids Toys
Technically you could give this set of blocks to kids, if you want to teach them a lesson on property damage and restitution, but it is probably best to just use them as a teaching tool.