Yeah, I often wonder why during TG festivities you get to see colonists partying happily with natives... Well, at least it shows some appreciation "Thanks Lord for giving us firearms instead of a deep understanding of the ecosystem" sounds like a good, solid thanksgiving! ;)
Ha, ha, treaties! I too have to deal with pet hair, but not my pussy's, she doesn't even come out of my bedroom! The dogs however... The coincidence is I'm currently cleaning all of my black pieces of dust and pet hair, what a pain! Anyway, Happy Turkey Day!~H
Very nice Mister Bones. It's great to see the colonists getting along well with the American Indians in the spirit of Thanksgiving. Tastefully done, and I love the little stream which really catches my eye. Happy Thanksgiving!
Quoting Chris Phipson
First, to Kelso... yeah, but the pet hair on our mocs is usually from cats and dogs... not shaved ferrets. I'll be working on Thanksgiving so everyone be sure to have an extra helping for me! HAPPY THANKSGIVING! ~ Chris.
HAHAHA, if you look at my Chillin' With Mister Bones, Garth caught a couple cat hairs on that MOC. As for working, stay safe and keep the drunks off the road! Us Feds are not working, so cheers!
First, to Kelso... yeah, but the pet hair on our mocs is usually from cats and dogs... not shaved ferrets. Bones, my my that's quite the pussy you have there. I'm not one to talk about having big pussies running around the house. One of mine is about 24 pounds. Big pussy aside (what the heck people... I'm talking about CATS here!)nice little build! I wonder if the first thanksgiving was where the term turkey slap came from? I'll be working on Thanksgiving so everyone be sure to have an extra helping for me! HAPPY THANKSGIVING! ~ Chris.
Quoting Architect of Vonthako
Lol! That's great! The Puritans really were worse than lawyers (you are guilty of witchcraft until proven dead!). And that cat looks like it stuffed itself with the entire turkey, lol! BTW, am I the only one who noticed how slightly racist the LEGO portrayal of Native Americans was? They just combined a bunch of "generic American Indian" elements (tepees, feathered hats, totem poles, and other stuff that came from completely different Native American cultures) into one tribe and called it a day.
Thanks. I noticed the odd Lego Native American sets as well. Growing up in Southern Arizona, I was well acquainted with the various Native American tribes.