It's time to do some frikkin' grilling! Grillin the meats. Move your smoker aside, Grillmaster Ted is coming through, spatula in hand to show you how it’s done. Standing 4.8 inches tall, wearing a hawaiin dad hat with green details and tiny white imprinted palm trees, you want to have Ted at your BBQ. In dad attire, Ted wears a white, collared, short sleeve shirt with tropical prints, a brown leather belt with a gold belt buckle and salmon shorts with a repeating blue lobster print pattern. In front of him is a BBQ with one cram burger patty cooking. Next to the BBQ is a box of cram burgers, waiting to be prepared for the rest of the party. The window box is illustrated to show a backyard cookout that’s a little bit out of control. This collectible ships in a matte, embossed, protective outer sleeve.
Tremble, mortals. This fresh cut lawn is about as crisp as my IPA’s in the fridge. I’d show you my grill but you’d just get burned 😎 pic.twitter.com/zWbfomcip1— Ted Nivison (@TedNivison) July 10, 2019
About Ted Nivison
Grilling is an art form, one might say. It takes a special type of skill, a special type of dad to achieve. Grilling is an ability one is born with. One does not simply learn how to grill. It has to be in your blood, in your lifeline, in your soul.