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Areetsa, First Anniversary.
More than three hundred and sixty-five days of spreading my own unique blend of malice, madness and paranoia.
About this creation
One year down, fifteen to go.


Yes, that's right, in fifteen short, short years you, El Clonetard, can be rid of my psycopathic presence!
Break out the fireworks! Call the caterers!


Well, maybe.
In fifteen years it'll be 2025, and the first review for whether or not joining mocpages was a good idea will be due.
I'm thinking 'best idea ever'.




Before you ask, no that's not my office. I borrowed it for this momentous occasion.
If it was my office, you wouldn't even be able to stand on the floor, let alone see it.


So, what's happened over the last year?
Well, I've made a general nuisance of myself in the Starwars and Customization categories,



loudly proclaimed the lack of artillery and ground attack aircraft in the UNE,



procrastinated on a UNEtag entry until long after the departure of the EOS,



somehow made it into the co-admin spot in the UNEA through apparently being a more psychotic version of Awesome-O-Saurus the not-so-great, my COP opposite number,



expressed a dislike for people who post ASCII art with a shout of SNIPER RIFLE!!,
lost a mocoff, come out who-knows-where in a mocoff, come in fairly well in the few contests I've entered,



spammed MOCpages with parodies of a genre of game I've never actually played,
gone through three seperate cameras, worn out a white background, (no I won't replace it until the tape holding it together rots away) drastically improved in build capability, (I've gone from this to this)



started a game that no-one really knows about anyway due to a singular lack of desire to loudly proclaim its existence, posted massive mounds of pigeon doings in the
Misc. folder, (Misc.: everything that's either not good enough or too strange to go in other categories) not had a haircut for at least six months, eaten my way through a cupboard or two of tasty chocolate-ey candy things, (mmmm...) written out the plot for a new project that will quite likely end up being nowhere near as complex as Precipice, scribbled out a short story that, as of yet, is still incomplete,



become a moderator of the It's Not Just A Hobby, It's An Obsession group, and become comfortable enough in my laziness to not bother with the effort of thinking up other things to go here.

I'll put a few names here of people who I think had a noticeable effect on this period of time, in no particular order; Nowhere Man, Ryan TM, Areetsa, John Moffat, Awesome-O-Saurus the Not-So-Great, Areetsa, Keith Goldman, Finn Chen-Quigley, Areetsa, Jibby Fluff, Eric Ackroyd or Dr Spontaneous or whatever he's calling himself now, Areetsa, Eric Sophie, (no relation to Ackroyd) Shannon Young, Spontaneous Combustion, Ian Macdonald, Toby Heinemann, Areetsa, Mithryl Dlarix, and, ah, an honorable mention to Steef de Prouw. Also, Areetsa.
And a decidedly dishonorable mention to ____ _____ and his/her/its associate Teh Teabagger.
Incidentally, Areetsa was another who played a large part.

No, my ego isn't really that big.
Or is it?



So, here's to another year!


Oh, and, um...
Incidentally, over the last year I've also said some monumentally stupid things in certain groups. Sorry 'bout that.

Unless the thing I said was related to you stealing something, posting a brickarms preview or "MY ORDER CAME YAY" or uploading a stickersheet or buddy icon.
In which case, I regret nuzzink and I'd do it again in an instant.



Comments

Areetsa C
Spaztastic the Diabolical
  July 30, 2011
Let the revolution begin indeed.
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  July 27, 2011
Congrats on the past year! Your general lack of motivation is inspiring!
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  July 27, 2011
Quoting Puddimus Prime (Formerly Hun-Grr) The C stands for communist? Does it? Hm.
The C stands for "hullo, mocpages doesn't allow one word names. I'll just hit the keyboard and go with whatever I get".
  July 27, 2011
The C stands for communist? Does it? Hm.
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  May 12, 2011
Quoting Areetsa C
Ok, so maybe some people see or use BA as a shortcut, because they're too lazy to get up off their chairs and build something. Like I said, I prefer it for the realism. But I still don't think that someone should consider a creation inferior, just because they use BA or BF. The case in question? That kid is, like, what? Eight, nine years old? You can't expect him to make anything great, at least until he gets a little older. (Or gets more LEGO's, xD). Basically what you're saying is that you don't like people using BA or BF because they're shortcuts, and one shortcut leads to the next, so basically, this guy is using a ton of shortcuts, and in the end really doesn't have anything. And pistols, well, we can't really make them, so we'll consider them useless, and stick to better things, things we can make, like assault rifle and turrets, right? Telos panton... (Means 'anyway,' in case you're wondering...) That's a pretty cool turret, by the way.
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  May 8, 2011
Quoting Athanasios Lazarou Ok, so what about a Desert Eagle, or a Berreta .50 cal Sniper Rifle. (Don't tell me you don't know what that is...), or any other type of machine gun and such. And you still haven't answered my question, btw. Why would someone's use of BA or BF make a difference in quality?
Pistols are severely limited in capabilities; the general opinion is that a pistol is what you use to fight your way back to your rifle, which you shouldn't have put down in the first place. The only thing a Desert Eagle is good for is clubbing overaffectionate dogs. Beretta doesn't manufacture anti-materiel rifles. I think you're thinking of Barrett. Also http://mocpages.com/image_zoom.php?mocid=181360&id=/user_images/17339/1264417034m_DISPLAY.jpg, and re: quality: they themselves have little effect. However: they're a shortcut; a quick and easy way to do something. Where there's one shortcut, there's probably more, and a great deal of WWII kiddies really, really love brickarms. Case in point: http://mocpages.com/moc.php/198046
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  May 8, 2011
Quoting Areetsa C
Ok, so what about a Desert Eagle, or a Berreta .50 cal Sniper Rifle. (Don't tell me you don't know what that is...), or any other type of machine gun and such. And you still haven't answered my question, btw. Why would someone's use of BA or BF make a difference in quality?
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  May 8, 2011
Quoting Athanasios Lazarou Ok, that's just one example. (And I still don't really know what gun that is... is it an AK?) What about an M4 Carbine? Or a Berreta?
AKS-74u. I don't like M4s very much; .223 doesn't seem, from what I've read, to function very well from a short barrel. Beretta? Which one? There's so many: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Beretta_38.jpg http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:SITES_Spectre.jpg http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Beretta_U22_Neos.JPG http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:BerettaSilverPigeonS.jpg http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Beretta-Cx4-Storm-p1030164.jpg http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Beretta_8000_D_Rude.jpg
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  May 7, 2011
Quoting Areetsa C http://mocpages.com/moc.php/237525. I've actually just come up with a way of extending the barrel a bit, I'm gonna have to see how it looks at some point.
Ok, that's just one example. (And I still don't really know what gun that is... is it an AK?) What about an M4 Carbine? Or a Berreta?
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  May 7, 2011
Quoting Athanasios Lazarou ...But it's huge. The smaller you go, the more detail you lose. You end up with something like a hammer with a hand on it. Ok, that was an exaggeration, but you get the point.
http://mocpages.com/moc.php/237525. I've actually just come up with a way of extending the barrel a bit, I'm gonna have to see how it looks at some point.
  May 6, 2011
Quoting Areetsa C So you support having page after page of people showing off their newly purchased stuff? It's not lego, but they treat it like it is, and expect other people to do so as well. That's the problem right there. As for me, I don't even bother commenting on things if I see third-party pieces in 'em. It's a pretty good gauge of the quality of a series; the more brickarms you see, the less good it's likely to be in future.
So I had my page up, with Brickarms. It was temporary, I deleted it. But I use BA a lot. I like it. (Obviously) And other people like it too. Why? You see, sure, the brick-built weapons are unique, some are really cool. But LEGO's aren't THAT small. The level of detail you achieve with brick-built stuff is not even close to that of the BA stuff. Anyone can throw a couple of bricks togather and say 'this is my m4 carbine' even though it looks nothing like it. I go for realism. That's why I like BA. And no-one calls BA stuff LEGO stuff from the LEGO company, because you're right, it isn't. It is, however, LEGO-compatible, and even the same plastic is used! The only difference between the BA stuff and the LEGO stuff is that LEGO has it's trademark on it. So I see on MOCpages an entire debate, people arguing, people condemning, people rating creations low, all because some people decide that everything HAS TO BE ONLY LEGO-MADE. Maybe having 'page after page of people showing off their newly purchased stuff' annoys you. Ok, deal with it. Don't look at it. Don't rate it. Ignore it. I don't know. But you (and all the other purists) don't have to go around telling everyone to shove it because their creations (THEIR creations) include BA or BF or something else. MB's, however, are a disgrace to LEGO, but that's beside the point. And if someone wants to use BA stuff or BF stuff in a series, why would that lower the quality? Because it's "less original" or something? It doesn't make a difference. It may improve the look, LEGO dudes totin' sniper rifles, or M1 Garands, but there is still the build, the story/plot, the presentation... there is much more to it than the 'purist' or 'non-purist' factor. Here, look at this: http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/194801 That's a brick-built gun (it's also MOTD, I believe) and it looks great. But it's huge. The smaller you go, the more detail you lose. You end up with something like a hammer with a hand on it. Ok, that was an exaggeration, but you get the point.
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  May 5, 2011
Quoting Athanasios Lazarou Hmm... and you have a problem with other people not being purists? (Personally, I think the whole debate is st@pid.) Whether one person decides to use other non-Lego stuff in HIS MOC's is his problem, not anyone else's.
So you support having page after page of people showing off their newly purchased stuff? It's not lego, but they treat it like it is, and expect other people to do so as well. That's the problem right there. As for me, I don't even bother commenting on things if I see third-party pieces in 'em. It's a pretty good gauge of the quality of a series; the more brickarms you see, the less good it's likely to be in future.
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  May 5, 2011
Quoting Areetsa C Vehemently so.
Hmm... and you have a problem with other people not being purists? (Personally, I think the whole debate is st@pid.) Whether one person decides to use other non-Lego stuff in HIS MOC's is his problem, not anyone else's.
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  May 5, 2011
Quoting Athanasios Lazarou Hehe, I seem to have found a lot of 'Areetsa's in the people who had a noticeable effect on you... And btw, are you a purist?
Vehemently so.
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  May 5, 2011
Hehe, I seem to have found a lot of 'Areetsa's in the people who had a noticeable effect on you... And btw, are you a purist?
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  January 9, 2011
@Finn C-Q Well, when it comes to that point, the line does get blurry. It's kinda a support/no endorsement thing. After all, they are a company that's trying to make profit in hard times, so they have to need the attention and sponsorships in some of their events. Well the whole customizer issue that raise a question, if a person steals one of Lego's CNC machines and make exactly the same stuff, is it still Lego? After all, the real real truth, Lego are plastic animated by our imagination.
Areetsa C
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A. A. (AKA Noname)
  December 7, 2010
Second anniversary! Happy anniversary, Areetsa!
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  October 28, 2010
Quoting Deus Slayer Haha, I like to argue! Ok! Still, LEGO designers fail at times and there's a lot of things that can't be brickbuilt. See halo for instance, if you want to make GOOD halo, you just NEED custom pieces. And U-clips. U-clips are a thing that is needed a lot and TLG hasn't made them yet. You see them all in general, that's my point. I'm so sorry if I didn't make a private group or something, I just intended to tell you this, otherwise it'd be a waste of my time (and a second or two of yours). Nlo hard feelings, eh?
There's no such thing as good Halo. As for U-clips, eh, they look like they -could- be handy, but I can do without 'em.
  October 28, 2010
Haha, I like to argue! Ok! Still, LEGO designers fail at times and there's a lot of things that can't be brickbuilt. See halo for instance, if you want to make GOOD halo, you just NEED custom pieces. And U-clips. U-clips are a thing that is needed a lot and TLG hasn't made them yet. You see them all in general, that's my point. I'm so sorry if I didn't make a private group or something, I just intended to tell you this, otherwise it'd be a waste of my time (and a second or two of yours). Nlo hard feelings, eh?
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  October 28, 2010
Quoting Deus Slayer You are a great builder, having but one little mistake: you don't like brickarms/brickforge and stuff. You see, the difference between custom bricks and the cloners is that the cloners try to take the place of lego and, as I've been informed, kill us all.
That's not a mistake, that's an advantage. Every dio or fig I've ever seen that made use of custom parts could be easily interchanged with any other dio or fig from the same category. Brickbuilt weapons aren't just more like lego, they're also effectively unique. Outside of a few cases, brickbuilt guns are made by each person as they decide they need them. Some are better than others, but they're all pretty much unique.
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  October 28, 2010
You are a great builder, having but one little mistake: you don't like brickarms/brickforge and stuff. You see, the difference between custom bricks and the cloners is that the cloners try to take the place of lego and, as I've been informed, kill us all.
  March 16, 2010
Also, Areetsa, do your brothers trade with you with Legos and do they customise?
  March 16, 2010
@Joshua - Lego has probably noticed all the cutomiser sites and there for doesn't support them but allows them to run for a fee. Mind you, thats more likely tan anything. That way, they don't support guns because the creaters intention was no guns, but are getting profit. Areetsa makes his own choices because Areetsa is a good ol' pursuitist, therefore he does what anyone would. Actually, I think, Areetsa, you are a die-hard pursuitist. Nennen has no effect with customs I guess, although he likes Saber scorp.
  March 16, 2010
I find it interesting that I'm named as some sort of influence (and I notice it doesn't say if it was positive or negative). Whether it was warranted or not, I recall jumping down your throat in some group conversation, saying something to the effect of I didn't think you played well with others. For what it's worth, in group conversations I come across now, I more often find you to be the voice of reason. Have you mellowed, or has my outlook become more bitter and cynical? Probably a little of both.
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  March 7, 2010
Of course...
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  February 13, 2010
Quoting Caleb Cutlass-Crocodile Blanchet Congratulations for actually sticking to a site which is infested by people and things you hate. (I actually, technically, should be one of those people)... Turns out I remember that MOCoff I judged in which you got your rump kicked. But browsing your folders, I find a treasure trove of neat things. Perhaps I'll be checking some of those out... Anyway; congratulations for 'surviving' a year. You're a great member of MOCpages - and the place would be an entirely different place if we were given your absence...
Thanks, although I notice you didn't say if it'd be better or worse with my absence...
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  February 13, 2010
Congratulations for actually sticking to a site which is infested by people and things you hate. (I actually, technically, should be one of those people)... Turns out I remember that MOCoff I judged in which you got your rump kicked. But browsing your folders, I find a treasure trove of neat things. Perhaps I'll be checking some of those out... Anyway; congratulations for 'surviving' a year. You're a great member of MOCpages - and the place would be an entirely different place if we were given your absence...
  February 12, 2010
Yea... Next you'll be attacking the use of cloth and rubber bands in lego creations...You don't know it, but stuff like this aren't made by lego, but other companies you know they make the capes and lego pack them into the sets. And for your information, a clone brand is someone who competes with lego. Even lego admitted that without brickarms, they would never had included many of the new gun pieces. I wouldn't say that brickarms is part of lego, weather you like it or not, they are part of the community.
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  January 28, 2010
Pretty nice! I've always kind of like your stuff, and someone who yells at clonetards. I personally see nothing wrong with BrickArms, that is unless they are over-used.
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  January 20, 2010
understood
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  January 20, 2010
Eh, probably not. I'm not much good at the whole 'contest judging' thing.
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  January 20, 2010
Atreesa, could you be a judge again for the 3rd fleets moc off?
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  January 20, 2010
I'm like what, a month late? But here's to wishing you a happy first anniversary(belated)!
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  January 14, 2010
I died from a chronic case of laughing! good job!
Areetsa C
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Spaztastic the Great
  January 12, 2010
Crazy people make me happy.
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  January 12, 2010
Quoting Spaztastic the Great Crazy people make me happy.
Misery loves company, they say.
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  January 8, 2010
Quoting Joshua Yeung Here's what the brickarms spokesmen said after I asked: "Will honestly is too busy to worry about garbage like that. It's truly sad if this person feels the need to be a negative force in the community. He's certainly welcome to his opinion, but making a point to be hostile to any and all who hold an opposing viewpoint just isn't constructive." It's true that those "chek mai brilkarms colection" kids are annoying, and that Mocpages are for MOCs, but starting an argument on someone's homepage isn't going to help...
Who's community is that? Besides, I don't start arguments. I pop around, mention that megabrikarms previews aren't lego and don't belong on a lego site, and leave. If people start arguing about it, that's their problem.
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  January 7, 2010
Here's what the brickarms spokesmen said after I asked: "Will honestly is too busy to worry about garbage like that. It's truly sad if this person feels the need to be a negative force in the community. He's certainly welcome to his opinion, but making a point to be hostile to any and all who hold an opposing viewpoint just isn't constructive." It's true that those "chek mai brilkarms colection" kids are annoying, and that Mocpages are for MOCs, but starting an argument on someone's homepage isn't going to help...
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  January 7, 2010
Quoting Jason Dominguez First of all, I simply wanted to say happy anniversity. I'll be coming up on mine soon as well. Second, I did want to say this. With each person having their own opinion on brickarms, just because you don't like it doesn't mean you have to flaunt it. I respect your dislike. I don't like all the "noobs" that only talk about what they get. But there's a whole lot more to brickarms than you might think. So just watch what you say, ey? I mean, you wouldn't want someone insulting you, right?
I've never cared for keeping my opinions private. I've never cared what people say. I managed to avoid the best efforts of zheng (admittedly, she's not very good at the whole 'mature debate' thing) so anything a bunch of clonebranders have to say to me is of minimal importance.
  January 5, 2010
First of all, I simply wanted to say happy anniversity. I'll be coming up on mine soon as well. Second, I did want to say this. With each person having their own opinion on brickarms, just because you don't like it doesn't mean you have to flaunt it. I respect your dislike. I don't like all the "noobs" that only talk about what they get. But there's a whole lot more to brickarms than you might think. So just watch what you say, ey? I mean, you wouldn't want someone insulting you, right?
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  January 5, 2010
big lol.
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  January 2, 2010
Quoting General Kol Serran But I like your brand of malice...it makes me happy...
Have you thought about a psychologist? They can help people like you, you know.
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  January 2, 2010
Quoting Ryan T. M. Dude thanks for the mention of my name in the list. BTW I do stop by MOCpages every day... but rarely comment these days. The last post I made was sooooo long ago. Also, I'm thinking of making one of these posts soon. Showing everything I've done. It'll be 2 years in may I think. CONGRATS AREETS! Also, HAPPY NEW YEAR!
Know what you mean. Sometimes things that MUST be done just pile up.
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  January 2, 2010
Dude thanks for the mention of my name in the list. BTW I do stop by MOCpages every day... but rarely comment these days. The last post I made was sooooo long ago. Also, I'm thinking of making one of these posts soon. Showing everything I've done. It'll be 2 years in may I think. CONGRATS AREETS! Also, HAPPY NEW YEAR!
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  January 2, 2010
Quoting Joshua Yeung Congrats! Your military creations were pretty good. But I don't like how you were making random attacks on people. Those cloney boys, halo kiddies and wacky clay and putty users did deserve it, but i don't think you should start attacking the Brickarms community boy, you made a lot of enemies, especially the man who just shock hands with Kjeld Kirk Kristiansen...
You think I care? We all have our own opinions and perspectives. MINE is that brickarms is a clone brand and undermines the whole purpose of Lego. Namely, to make your OWN things, with your OWN parts, and be able to pull them apart at will. Brickarms takes away all the creativity involved by selling prebuilt fig weapons, and worse, has a very hyperactive fanbase. You probably have no idea how many "my brikarms kaem yay", "new brickarms!!!!!" and "brickarms is awsum!!!" pages I've seen. I consider it an abomination. You don't. Fine. If I've made so many enemies, why have none of them seen fit to show themselves to me? Hah. Shook hands with who? Don't know, don't care. So Mr. Clonebrander is pally with the CEO of the Lego Group? Doesn't matter a thing to me. TL,DR: brickarms lovers are just as bad as the clonetards and in my opinion deserve the same contempt. I can't force my opinion on you. Fine. You can't force your opinion on me, either. Deal with it. We're both free to go around expressing our opinions.
  January 2, 2010
Congrats! Your military creations were pretty good. But I don't like how you were making random attacks on people. Those cloney boys, halo kiddies and wacky clay and putty users did deserve it, but i don't think you should start attacking the Brickarms community boy, you made a lot of enemies, especially the man who just shock hands with Kjeld Kirk Kristiansen...
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  December 20, 2009
Wow, I think I'm a little tipsy on wine! Anyway, here's to another year of Areetsa creations! It'll be my anniversary in a few months.
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  December 15, 2009
Now and again, there's a unique type of person that appears on the 'pages. And it had to be you. Congrats on the anniversary! MOC your way to another year mate!
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  December 12, 2009
Quoting Jibby Fluff I hope you get to the 10th!
Thanks.
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  December 12, 2009
I hope you get to the 10th!
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  December 11, 2009
Congratulations on your first anniversary! Seems like mine wasn't too long ago. :P
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  December 10, 2009
Good job on here, hope you stay longer. Well, my other comment was not approved for some strange reason, so I can't say some of the stuff that happened to me on the pages, so I may if I can remember when I got a account. :P
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  December 8, 2009
LOL. Indeed, I probably am stuck in a time warp. My fictitious 2035 country, Prusso-Egypt, has one leader that is 33 years old, one that is 3,000 years old and one that is 300 years old.
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  December 8, 2009
Congrats on one year!
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  December 8, 2009
Quoting Field Marshal Cliffe Congratulations, good sir. Kelso said it perfectly- MOCpages wouldn't be the same without you. In fact, it needs you. I've come to look up to you(as well as Dr. Sponty, who I believe is quite like you)over the years as a highly developed, intelligent, logical, and delightfully cynical and witty human being. May you continue to significantly influence and reform MOCpages for all of eternity. ~the Field Marshal
Really? That'd be a bit difficult, wouldn't it? I've only been here a year. You might have gotten stuck in a time warp of some sort, you should get that looked at. Very unhealthy.
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  December 8, 2009
Congratulations, good sir. Kelso said it perfectly- MOCpages wouldn't be the same without you. In fact, it needs you. I've come to look up to you(as well as Dr. Sponty, who I believe is quite like you)over the years as a highly developed, intelligent, logical, and delightfully cynical and witty human being. May you continue to significantly influence and reform MOCpages for all of eternity. ~the Field Marshal
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  December 8, 2009
Quoting Alan Crisp We should all do a year in review... it might teach us all a lesson or two from our grievous mistakes made over the year that we have already forgotten in our little ADD minds. And I notice you got a comment from Keith... did he buy you dinner and flowers, before making the love to you? Ah, SNL, always relevant.
Yeah, probably. What? No, I think he just glanced in while looking for poor little clonekiddies to expose his inappropriate jokes to. Among other things.
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  December 8, 2009
Quoting Giovanni Seynhaeve Out of protein pills again, are we??
No, just my paranoia medicine. Why? Huh? Why you wanna know? You're out to get me, aren't you? Don't deny it, I know you are. You're ALL out to get me...
Quoting robert ball My congratulations. Just out of curiosity, do you still have the first Moc you ever uploaded?
As a matter of fact, I do: http://mocpages.com/moc.php/83952
Quoting Yuri Fassio Happy MPDay! I remember having more than a laugh reading your comments. Sometimes it was "Hahahaha who the XXXX does he thinks he is..." and other times "Hahahaha you tell'em!" Glad to see you intend to be with us for a long time, anyway :)
Thanks. Well, assuming MOCpages doesn't get dragged down, or a game of Global Thermonuclear War gets played.
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  December 8, 2009
Quoting Mark Kelso This place just wouldn't be the same without ya! Of course, you'll notice I didn't say whether that means better or worse...just not the same. ;) Congrats on lasting an entire 365 with all of us loons, here's to continuing the madness!
You wouldn't be Mark Kelso if you did. Thanks, the less mentally stable the populace of MOCpages the better.
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  December 8, 2009
Hurray for 365 days! Congrats on the year!
  December 8, 2009
congrats
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  December 8, 2009
We should all do a year in review... it might teach us all a lesson or two from our grievous mistakes made over the year that we have already forgotten in our little ADD minds. And I notice you got a comment from Keith... did he buy you dinner and flowers, before making the love to you? Ah, SNL, always relevant.
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  December 8, 2009
Out of protein pills again, are we??
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  December 8, 2009
My congratulations. Just out of curiosity, do you still have the first Moc you ever uploaded?
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  December 8, 2009
Happy MPDay! I remember having more than a laugh reading your comments. Sometimes it was "Hahahaha who the XXXX does he thinks he is..." and other times "Hahahaha you tell'em!" Glad to see you intend to be with us for a long time, anyway :)
  December 8, 2009
This place just wouldn't be the same without ya! Of course, you'll notice I didn't say whether that means better or worse...just not the same. ;) Congrats on lasting an entire 365 with all of us loons, here's to continuing the madness!
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  December 8, 2009
Quoting John Moffatt I remember when there was a time where I could barely stand you. I still can't..... :^) Happy anniversary. "The Truth Hurts"
Good to know, and thanks. D'ye think ye can lemme know if I seem to be getting less sand-papery? I'd hate to have to replace the bit about the sandpaper wrapped hammer with velvet. A iron fist in a velvet glove doesn't have quite the same impact as a rusty, abrasive iron fist covered with spikes.
Quoting Dr. Spontaneous What's this, Areetsa conforming to a celebratory subject found commonplace amongst more . . . less desirable members of the community? Intriguing.
Oh, I'm not conforming. Most 'Anniversary' 'mocs' are single part 'o hai cry for attention comments plz kthx'. This, on the other hand, since I'm not sure if the "8th Of December" was North Hemisphere time or South, I'ma go- Come to think of it, no further comment.
Quoting Keith Goldman Cheers to another 365 day slice of destiny.
Thanks.
Quoting Christian Collins Ah the memories :) I loved our times in the UNE. Keep up the excellent work Areesta, looking foward to another year of your contributions to this wonderful world we call MOCpages.
Same here.
Quoting Gus Indo Nice, it's my first anniversary too. Happy MOCiversary
Really?
Quoting Blake Buehl Wow, You Squeezed a few words out of Kieth. Congrats on Both.
Yup.
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  December 7, 2009
Wow, You Squeezed a few words out of Kieth. Congrats on Both.
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  December 7, 2009
Ah the memories :) I loved our times in the UNE. Keep up the excellent work Areesta, looking foward to another year of your contributions to this wonderful world we call MOCpages.
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  December 7, 2009
Nice, it's my first anniversary too. Happy MOCiversary
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  December 7, 2009
I remember when there was a time where I could barely stand you. I still can't..... :^) Happy anniversary. "The Truth Hurts"
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  December 7, 2009
What's this, Areetsa conforming to a celebratory subject found commonplace amongst more . . . less desirable members of the community? Intriguing.
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  December 7, 2009
sweet, have you played the Ray series, they are about a guy who was in the army now he helps the police out? -Matt Shack
 
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