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One Afternoon at the Honey Hive Hotel
A twisted town MOC
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Somewhere in Brickton, on a mild midafternoon in late spring, Steven Bobeven was casually strolling up to his hotel. Tomorrow was a big day -- he was presenting his bid for the Jacobsen contract in the morning and Stella, his efficient administrative assistant, had booked him a room at the best hotel she could find; unfortunately, it was the Honey Hive.



Meanwhile, up on the roof, Frank had finally had enough of Mike's favorite joke: "Why do they call it the Honey Hive, anyway? Looks more a like a honey bee to me!" Sure, he'd felt like shoving the punk maintenance worker over the edge any number of times, but today something just snapped.



It was reported that just before the police came to arrest him Frank said, "I guess we'll call it the Street Pizza Plaza from now on!"


Extra special bonus shot!


This is actually for a collaborative project and will be part of a display at Brickworld.
No, there is no interior to this MOC, nor does it need additional details on the outside. It fits the requirements I was given and will be nestled in among other buildings and stuff I can't discuss here.


For the record, I have three yellow 2x2, five 1x6, thirteen 1x4, and 42 1x2 yellow bricks left. Thanks for enjoying my little joke.




What, George? Did you think I was going to build this and not have some fun of my own with it?



Comments

 I like it 
  February 11, 2010
Dennis, each time you branch out into a new genre I am impressed by the progress of your building skills. Lovely job on this one with just the right amount of detail. Lee.
Dennis Price
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George Kemper
  February 3, 2010
Great job Dennis, And no I didn't expect you to keep it all for me. I really think its gonna fit well with everything else.-George
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  February 3, 2010
This is a real beauty dude, I love the arches on the roof line, a mster stroke, and the terrace nature of this building has been executed perfectly, they don't usuall have any doors or windows on the sides. This is near perfect. Cheers...
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  February 3, 2010
Hehehehe... *singing* I know what it's fooo-ooor... Nice one Dennis! This WILL look great in the project! Now to figure out just how my contribution is supposed to fit in... ~ Chris.
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  February 3, 2010
wowee those are a lot of yellow bricks, and the building is great, simple but great, i look forward to seeing it as part of the big picture
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  February 3, 2010
Quoting Mark Kelso Whether intended or not, this is one of those fun creations where it's not about what's happening, but what's GOING to happen. Looks like Steven and Mike are both in for an "interesting" day!
You, sir, are right on the money! It is intentional - at first it was going to be an accidental fall, then I decided the disgruntled co-worker bit suited this even better.
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  February 3, 2010
Nice build. Those flower pots were a great idea. Now, I'll take one large street pizza.
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  February 3, 2010
Haha! Poor dude... Are you joining the 2010 MOC Athalon? My team of Me, Rusty S, Erik C and Robert Ball needs one more AFOL. We're inviting you to join. We're desperate for a skilled AFOL. :P
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  February 3, 2010
Wow, looks like a honey hive...
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  February 3, 2010
Very nice! I'd like to see that "street pizza" scene:)
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  February 3, 2010
Nice one, Dennis. You make me want to try some architecture myself. Too bad my collection is over 60% black.
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  February 3, 2010
Haha, nice. ;)
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  February 3, 2010
Very nice Sir. Details look fine to me. I may have to attend this "Brickworld" this year, just to see these great things in person.
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  February 3, 2010
LMAO! You got yours done a lot faster than me! I still have quite a few pieces I need to order. Looks excellent Dennis, can't wait to see it in person!
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  February 3, 2010
Whether intended or not, this is one of those fun creations where it's not about what's happening, but what's GOING to happen. Looks like Steven and Mike are both in for an "interesting" day!
Dennis Price
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Angus J.
  February 2, 2010
Great flower pot idea! Also, great use for those 6x6 tiles! What would you put in the interior if there was one?
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  February 2, 2010
People just snap like that. Shame about the street. Nice building. I guess you need some more yellow, huh. see ya. garth
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  February 2, 2010
Simple, but still freaking cool. Oh, and the street pizza joke made my day.
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  February 2, 2010
Nice work here Dennis. The build has a very 60's mod look to it. I could totally see this building in L.A. Brilliant work buddy!
 
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