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nasty terrible beastie

Postby buz » Mon Aug 16, 2010 11:07 am

Hi
sorry for the strange title.
But thats what I am looking for
I have an OO boarder watch tower to keep the English out Well it did till it got blown up in 16 something oruther
Any way I thought it might be fun to hide something rather unpleasant and hungry in the tower.
It already has an owl in the cannon ball hole and a Scots something oruther bird sitting on the battlements can't remember what I painted it as.
any thoughts, This is a very serious post Not.
regards John
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Re: nasty terrible beastie

Postby Roger (RJ) » Mon Aug 16, 2010 11:38 am

Sabre toothed Haggis? :lol:

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Re: nasty terrible beastie

Postby sishades » Mon Aug 16, 2010 4:19 pm

Does your care worker know that you are out and about? :D
High towards the far post,Howard with a header,Hes done it!Steve Howard has scored for Leicester City,Bedlam here at the Walkers Stadium. the Leeds United players are flat out on the turf in utter despair. Leicester City are going to win again

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Re: nasty terrible beastie

Postby b308 » Mon Aug 16, 2010 4:44 pm

Nessies' head with a tube down to the ground and a couple of "humps" in the grass behind the tower!

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Re: nasty terrible beastie

Postby Thunderbird » Mon Aug 16, 2010 4:48 pm

Mel Gibson..as in the Southpark version..
Manager of the Famous under-achieving Lawton Rovers (NRM xperteleven div2)

Plans are now afoot for the 2nd relocation and resumtion for my N gauge layout Lawton Road..

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Re: nasty terrible beastie

Postby craw607 » Mon Aug 16, 2010 10:51 pm

There could be quite a few that would fit the bill.
Alex Salmond,Nicola Sturgeon to mention a couple.
I think the possibilities could be endless.
John

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Re: nasty terrible beastie

Postby buz » Tue Aug 17, 2010 7:52 am

sishades wrote:Does your care worker know that you are out and about? :D


Do you honestly expect me to tell them :lol:
regards John
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Re: nasty terrible beastie

Postby buz » Tue Aug 17, 2010 7:55 am

Roger (RJ) wrote:Sabre toothed Haggis? :lol:


And what miniature would you represent that with a games workshop squig perhaps??
Is that with or without horns?? :evil:
regards John
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Re: nasty terrible beastie

Postby SRman » Tue Aug 17, 2010 8:58 am

Could you do a recognisable figure of Billy Connolly? Or perhaps Lord Voldemort or Professor Snape?

What else could you do that's Scottish and scary? .... thinking ... thinking ...

:D

p.s. I do like that idea of a wild haggis. A Scottish mate and I once convinced our workmates in Brisbane that haggises were three-legged creatures that ran around the Highlands.

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Re: nasty terrible beastie

Postby buz » Tue Aug 17, 2010 9:27 am

SRman wrote:Could you do a recognisable figure of Billy Connolly? Or perhaps Lord Voldemort or Professor Snape?

What else could you do that's Scottish and scary? .... thinking ... thinking ...

:D

p.s. I do like that idea of a wild haggis. A Scottish mate and I once convinced our workmates in Brisbane that haggises were three-legged creatures that ran around the Highlands.


Never mind the wild haggis (and wild haggis only has two legs :wink: )
Its the giant Highland tartan spiders you have to worry about very poisonous and very fast moving :) ,
I had some of my work collegues convinced they existed for a bit.
It can be very hard to keep a staight face sometimes.
I don't quite picture Snape or he who must not be named as being very Scottish,
a bit scary but Scottish not really but then the Hogwarts School is up there some where.
Not good at figure conversion tried it for my other interest but not very successfully.
regards John
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