The idea is that you spend that afternoon on the floor trying to communicate the critical minutiae of furniture making to your resigned partner; i.e. how to hold a particular piece of “wood,” in aid of screwing it in, without coming across as a very severe and unforgiving person.
You might not know it, but you owe some of your most glorious memories to an artist by the name of Charles “Chuck” Jones. Born in 1912, the late animation master helped bring to life Bugs, Daffy, Porky Pig and Elmer Fudd as one of several developers, and himself created lovable characters like Pepe, Wile E. Coyote, Marvin the Martian, Michigan J. Frog and Road Runner. Without him, we’d never have the simplistic genius of “The Dot and the Line: A Romance in Lower Mathematics” or “What’s Opera, Doc?” which the die hard fans could hardly forget. Not to mention, “Dr. Seuss’s How the Grinch Stole Christmas” and the original “Phantom Tollbooth” animation. Good ol’ Chuck directed those paragons of nostalgia too.
It was pretty sweet. Rode Space Mountain two times in a row because there was literallly no line and I got my first Mickey ice cream bar and a Cast Member in her late 50s flirted with me and I got fish-n-chips again in Epcot and it was pretty awesome time.