It's fair to say my children have a complicated relationship with their food. For instance, Older Daughter worries that when she LIKES a food, that that food will then make demands on her because of their emotional connection.
She refuses to give into this kind of psychological blackmail, and I applaud her.
But, just so we're clear, she was SOOOOO not kidding about this. When Wife finally snaps and goes into her berserker rage attacking passers-by with a SlapChop, it will be a result of a situation identical to the above.
My daughter pointed out that this would help deal with the problem of ensuring that melted butter and syrup get into the little holes under each waffle, because the Lego bumps will press both upwards, coating the ENTIRE waffle and creating an even tighter seal between waffles.
Older and Younger Daughters wanted me to tell you that while this exchange was going on, they were doing very hilarious things, only they didn't take pictures or video of them with their phones. So they've asked me to ask you to imagine something really hilarious and then to laugh at it. Only laugh at it a lot more than you should, because the hilarious thing they came up with was probably way more hilarious than what you thought of.