BOISE, ID — Soon-to-be-wed Maddyssen Brunson was carefully reading the prenuptial agreement given to her by future husband, Teigan Hanks, when she came across a section that caused some confusion, forcing her to ask a clarifying question.
"Teigan, sweetie, what's a Lego Death Star? It sounds kind of scary." Maddyssen asked.
"Well, honey buns, I'll answer your question with another question," said her fiancé, "What is the purpose of a prenup?"
"To protect the wealth of the spouse were there to be — Heaven forbid — a divorce," she said.
"Are you familiar with LEGO?" asked Teigan patiently.
"I've heard of Legos. They're like kid toys you have to put together."
"You must say 'LEGO' in all caps," breathed Teigan even more patiently, "Please, darling. If I can ask just one thing, please never say 'Legos' again."
"In all wha — ? Pumpkin, I'm confused."
"Maddyssen, babe, The LEGO Death Star is incredibly valuable," said Teigan while pulling up eBay on his phone for proof, "The fact I sold my inheritance to acquire the LEGO Death Star, LEGO Hogwarts Castle, and LEGO Rivendell should tell you how much they are worth."
The conversation continued until Maddyssen finally agreed to sign the prenup and Teigan pledged to never call her "Honey Buns" again.
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