My infant son recently received a LeapFrog LeapStart Learning Tableâ„¢ from his grandparents. This was not surprising. Grandparentsâ€™ desire to please their grandchildren usually manifests itself in the purchase of toys generally louder and more garish than a Christina Aguilera makeup application.
While I went about opening the box, I noticed the table was pre-assembled save the fact it was missing its legs. Digging further within the packaging, but not much further mind you, I found another box I assumed contained the aforementioned plastic appendages. As I pulled the interior box and subsequently the individual legs out, my wife noticed the box had some printing on the side. The cardboard proclaimed in ridiculously large letters, â€œLegs Inside.â€
After my subsequent bad joke, â€œBut my legs wonâ€™t fit in there,â€ it got us to thinking, â€œWho is this message for?â€ You know they have the printing there for a reason. There must have been many, many phone calls to warrant such a substantial inscription.
Who among us then, when presented with the dilemma of â€œHey, where are the legs?â€ could not: