We are Netflix subscribers. This usually means that we get a movie in the mail and it sits on our counter for 2-3 weeks before we get around to watching it. Which of course means we are really getting our $9.52 worth every month, but that’s for another post.
We are also incredibly behind on movie’s. For example we just watched Casino Royale, Knocked Up, and Juno which all came out in 2007. At the rate we watch movies it will be 2011 before we start watching movies made in 2008. But I digress.
Recently we watched the first Narnia movie The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe. Which by the way, came out in 2005.
I think it a more appropriate name for it would have been: Mean Lady Witch With Scary Hair Cons Little Boy With Sweets, Then Santa Claus Gives Out Weapons.
But I guess The Lion The Witch and The Wardrobe works… whatever.
Anyway, My adorably weird husband looks over at me during a battle scene and says “Do you think a centaur could ride a bike?”
Naturally I was wondering the same thing, which I guess is some of the beauty of our marriage. We always seem to be thinking the same thing which usually ends up in one of us laughing and yelling at the other “God! Get Out Of My Brain!”
So we did what any other couple would have done after watching Mean Lady Witch With Scary Hair Cons Little Boy With Sweets, Then Santa Claus Gives Out Weapons . We fell asleep that night discussing centaurs on bikes.
So a few nights ago after joking about centaurs on bikes and unsuccessfully searching google to find a picture of one, Luke made it his mission to bless the world with a much needed rendition of a centaur riding a bicycle.
Sadly, I’m not making this up.
And now without further ado I present to you Luke’s Top Secret Centaur Bike Concept:
Apparently the frame is made of crushed unicorn horns…for strength of course, there are 2 sets of pedals which Luke as aptly named the “dual pedals of power,” and lets not forget the full body seat for maximum support of a huge centaur body.
My favorite part of this illustration is that the centaur pictured above has a mullet.
As you can see I didn’t marry Luke for his drawing skills.
***note: we are actually quite normal, most of the time. We do not play Dungeons and Dragons and normally centaurs, hobbits and leprechauns don’t come up in many conversations in our house.