Crack Your Skull!

The budding songsmith has combined the tradition of children’s songs with the lurid interests of 5 year old boys.

If you’re happy and you know it crack your skull. (Crack, Crack) x3
If you’re happy and you know it,
then your face should surely know it
If you’re happy and you know it crack your skull. (Crack, Crack)

Walking to The Quaternary

The periods of the geologic time scale are fascinating, it seems, and Max enjoys relating facts about them, although this observation, in reference to a picture illustrating some of the important periods, was also a bit poetic:

He’s walking to the Quaternary

In the picture, a human is incorrectly shown in the Tertiary period. Humans actually arose in the middle of the Quaternary, hence Max’s comment. Here is the picture:


The Minotaur and the Plunger

Could you plunger up the alarming creatures?

We think this has something to do with mythical creatures and dinosaurs fighting. Max frequently talks about “using defense” while holding his thumbs out with closed fists. The thumbs are a reference to Iguanodon, an ornithopod with prominent spikes for thumbs.

He is also very interested in the result of fights between various monsters, such as the Minotaur vs the Wolfman. We suppose it is just his version of fantasy baseball or the Marvel hero vs the D.C. hero.