monsinjor

LDD MOC: I don't know what to say :)

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Hello.

Hehehe... Hm... I really don't know what to say...

Today I saw a tractor with this ''equipment'' and the idea came, funny idea actualy, and smelly too :laugh:

Don't get me wrong... I am just having weird fun with LDD hehehehehe :grin:

And if for some reason you want the LXF file, it is at the bottom of the topic. :classic:

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LXF file:

http://www.brickshelf.com/gallery/monsinjor/Dario/funny_septic.lxf

Edited by Phred

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ok, I'd like to dodge the whole poo thing ;-) and just remark on how really nice that tractor is.

Ermmm, ok I can't dodge it... is it loading or unloading? I have a horrible feeling it's loading.

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ok, I'd like to dodge the whole poo thing ;-) and just remark on how really nice that tractor is.

Ermmm, ok I can't dodge it... is it loading or unloading? I have a horrible feeling it's loading.

Hahahaha... you're right. I totally forgot it.

Damn beer. :sweet:

Here's the ''not horryfing'' version.

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I like the tractor :thumbup: ......I like the tanker :thumbup: ......question where is the poop going to after the dumping is complete ? :laugh:

LDD On 'monsinjor' ! :classic:

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I like the tractor :thumbup: ......I like the tanker :thumbup: ......question where is the poop going to after the dumping is complete ? :laugh:

LDD On 'monsinjor' ! :classic:

Hehehe, where? Away... far far away...

:laugh:

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Ah yes, an oft-ignored, yet highly necessary part of LEGO City.... After all, you gotta get your septic tank pumped out every so often or else you'll be in a world or crap... LITERALLY. My neighbor actually owns a septic pumping service and his slogan is "A flush beats a full house." :laugh:

Well done MOC, and thanks for the laugh... You should submit this idea (well, at least the tractor and pump tank wagon part) to LEGO Cuusoo. :tongue:

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My neighbor actually owns a septic pumping service and his slogan is "A flush beats a full house." :laugh:

Hahaha, great slogan he got :laugh:

Thanks guys. It was made to be funny.

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I like the tractor. :classic:

Sewage pipes are normally black,grey or brown.Mains water pipes are blue. :wink:

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I like the tractor and the trailer a lot. Nice detail work on the pumps valves and controls looks very realistic. I also like the mirror in the bathroom also. The poop part is as said above a very neccesarry but not looked at or talked about point in lego city. Very good looking moc and it is definitely not crap :)

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OK, I admit it ... I grabbed the lxf file. But only for the tractor.

Seriously, though, this is a great MOC. The tractor looks very rustic, like the old one my dad used to have. I also like the heated towel rack in the bathroom.

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Thanks folks.

I also like this tractor. Funny, I actually made a tractor just because of this scene.

And the heated towel rack... well, I have the real one like this in my bathroom so the idea came...

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Yeah, I also downloaded the LXF file for the tractor as well as the pump wagon: With a few minor modifications, the wagon could be changed into a typical manure spreader that most of the farmers around here use on their fields (though they are just spraying liquified cow crap, thanfully!).

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Could anyone please build the tractor in real pieces...would love to see it in real bricks!!!

Excellent work!!

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