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MOC: Blender

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Well, I don't have much to say about this since it's only five pieces, but I like it, so I thought I'd share it. In case it's not coming across, it's a blender. I built it for my current issue of The Whacker and the Walrus...filming now in progress. Enjoy! :sweet:

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I feel ashamed of all the people who didn't realise that piece could be used for a Blender... especially me :cry_sad: Great job Hinck :thumbup:

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wørst iv evur sin.

Doesnt luk laik teh car at æll!

Ju need tu lern frum me or maybi slayuwl or firas abujber

Are u åther gays blaind ?

Tiss douesent lok laik teh car!

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Ok Strula stop posting like that, or you will have one of the shortest carrers here.

Spell more correct and behave and be nice!

Oh, and a really great blender Hinck. Can I steal your design?

Just abit to colourful for me ;)

-Ras-

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Oh silly Hinkley, extra-tiny impulses are for babies! No offense, but great idea!

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A masterpiece. It's the best creation I've seen in years! :tongue:

Well I wouldn't go that far :laugh:

But equally I would never go as far as sturla :hmpf:

I still really like it though :thumbup::classic:

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Hink, you might not want to put bananas in there with the peels on. :laugh:

This is very nice though, and I was thinking of using that clear piece as a part of a watercooler for one of my Office vigs.

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If this is for your comic, who's head is going in it? :grin:

It's a great little appliance, I like the ingenious use of the pieces. :thumbup:

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So small, yet so effective! :thumbup: Great work.

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I love little MOCs like this. It really show how much you can make with just a few pieces.

Brilliant work Hinckley, I may have to steal this sometime... :devil: With credit to you of course! :grin:

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:laugh: I love it. Great use of the trans-clear dome piece.

Though I find it very hard to believe that fruit will be the only thing that gets blended. :grin:

Edited by TinyPiesRUs

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So how many of you did it take to build this?

Assuming that it took you, Ras and Copmike to build a small Snowmobile, it must have taken quite some time on your own :tongue:

It's very neat nonetheless. You could probably work out some configuration with the base to stop it falling off (Is it you who's pernickety about not attaching bricks? Maybe it's Sinner...)

Cherry and banana, though :sick:

:laugh: I love it. Great use of the trans-clear dome piece.

It's one of my favourite pieces - it just has so many uses! The crystal ball and even trans-clear heads just don't compare in functionality. And, of course, it's an Adventurers piece, so must be good :tongue:

Good to see you posting again, Tiny Pies :wink:

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I love it. Now I just need to get the container part in clear. I have two of them in the clear yellow-green. I will have to make a bunch of them, and then I can have a smoothie bar in my city.

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Wonderful!

Now this needs to be distributed to the islanders!

They've been needing a new way to prepare their food. :thumbup:

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Very ingenious, but...Will It Blend?

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Great job. Have you tried securing it to a lego kitchen work surface with a 1x2 jumper?

Laurie

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Very ingenious creation, Hinckley! I love the simple, yet smoothed base.

Any chances it is going to stage in one of your comics' kitchens?

LuxorV

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nice creation.

really great idea using that transparent part to make blender.

creative indeed.

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NICE! I agree with Logawan. I am suddenly seeing the need for Brickington Island to have a smoothie stand. Luckily I just happen to have two of them, and thanks to my new-found organization, I know exactly where they are!

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