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SlyOwl

Islander Nosh

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Yay for cannibalism! :pir-sing:

The crew are living on ship's biscuits and salt beef, sir!
Not any more.

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I did this mainly to see how well the ball joint worked as a pot and the sunken flames :pir-wink:

:pir-grin:

Edited by phred

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Hilarious, finally the Pirates got back at those no good Islanders! :pir-laugh:

The ball joint does indeed work great as a cauldron/pot, now if only it was Black.

Pirates eating Islanders ON! :pir-tongue:

-Tarfful

Edited by Tarfful

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Pirate to the Canniballs: "We can do it better!"

LOL

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That face on the pirate is perfect. :pir-laugh::pir-laugh:

Edited by sir dano

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Ha you keep this up this is really funny! :pir-classic:

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Haha! That's great! :pir-grin: That piece works really well as a pot. I like the bubbles too. Great work!

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Ha! I love the soup spoon! The cauldron works well, but I think I like the proper cauldron from the Harry potter series better.

A good idea for a small MOC.

Regards, Captain Zuloo :pir-laugh:

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Nice job! I like the socket as pot, it's creative and the only way to do it in brown like that, plus it really gives the flames a way to shoot out from under it, as they should.

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That Pirate's smiling face looks awfully familiar from somewhere...

The Islander learned the cruel fate that awaited those who PM Mister Phes too often.

Local Cuisine On! :jollyroger::thumbup:

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This is funny work Slyowl :pir-laugh:

It has been placed in the Land Index Pot. :pir-tongue:

Is it just me, or are more ppl using the Phes phace lately?

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The Islander learned the cruel fate that awaited those who PM Mister Phes too often.

Local Cuisine On! :jollyroger::thumbup:

Oh crap... :pir-look:

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A nice little scene with clever use of unusual pieces, and of course the pirates get their revenge!!

Great job :jollyroger:

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Is it just me, or are more ppl using the Phes phace lately?

I dunno, but it's my only face with that degree of happiness; either they're ecastatic or normal; I wanted something a little stronger... :pir-tongue:

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Hahaha, that just made my day!

Funny work, and well executed as always. :thumbup:

What part is the bowl exactly Slyowl?

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What part is the bowl exactly Slyowl?

It was first introduced in the SW Ep II line, and acts as a ball joint; it is the socket part, which 2 hemispheres pop into:

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I hope to use the hemispheres as a bowl someday :pir-devil:

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Ahh top job, just what i needed to see after my little holiday from forum land...

my hint is to add a little salt and pepper, those islanders can be a bit tasteless. I much prefer to grill them myself, brings out all sought of wondrous flavors, ohh and watch that necklace its a bit hard to chew threw.

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The Islander learned the cruel fate that awaited those who PM Mister Phes too often.

Surely that's not meant to be me! :pir-oh:

What's "Nosh" anyway?

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What's "Nosh" anyway?

I don't know, but it sure sounds yummy! :pir-skull:

I like the use of these spherical bricks.

Mr. SlyOwl, you truly are a master of miscellaneous bricks. :thumbup:

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What's "Nosh" anyway?

It comes from Yiddish; basically it means food. However, as far as I am aware, today it is rarely used by commonfolk; it's something that the Queen would say - "slap-up nosh". Illywhacker! :pir_bawling:

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