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Postby SavaTheAggie » Thu Jan 08, 2004 9:14 pm

My favorite Minifig

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Muffin the Minifig! She's a sleepy girl.

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Postby Devari » Thu Jan 08, 2004 9:16 pm

Very cute! :)

How many bricks did it take?

What exactly is it? I'm guessing a dog, but what type?
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Postby SavaTheAggie » Thu Jan 08, 2004 9:22 pm

Devari wrote:Very cute! :)

How many bricks did it take?

What exactly is it? I'm guessing a dog, but what type?


Hehe... she cost about as much as my last order of light grey 2x2s :) So 2560 bricks? ;)


She's a Yorkshire Terrier and Pomeranian mix, about 8 and a half weeks old. A christmas present to my mother from my dad. Both her parents were about 7 lbs each, so she's going to stay an itty bitty thing. I gotta make sure no bricks ever fall to the floor lest I lose them forever ;)

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Postby Devari » Thu Jan 08, 2004 9:36 pm

SavaTheAggie wrote:Hehe... she cost about as much as my last order of light grey 2x2s :) So 2560 bricks? ;)


She's a Yorkshire Terrier and Pomeranian mix, about 8 and a half weeks old. A christmas present to my mother from my dad. Both her parents were about 7 lbs each, so she's going to stay an itty bitty thing. I gotta make sure no bricks ever fall to the floor lest I lose them forever ;)

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My, that's a lot of bricks. No wonder she looks so realistic. :)

Yeah, Yorkshire Terriers don't get too big. The best thing about small dogs (aside from their cuteness:) ) is that they generally live much longer than their bigger cousins. So you probably will have her around for quite a while. :)

Watch out for your bricks. :)
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Postby Jedipawn » Thu Jan 08, 2004 11:03 pm

Adorable!!! Be careful on your next wargames day... small dogs do wonders on your armies. But then again, they do wonders on your opponents armies also. hehe

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