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  • #2377
    TheLeen
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    (new link since imageshack decided to break the picture)

    #81080

    Now thats some cool shizzle.

    #81084
    TheLeen
    Participant

    Ta :) Was fun to do.

    Here’s the other image (I don’t know, MySpace does something to links so they don’t work.)

    It is indeed very spacy on the inside!

    #81085
    Andrew
    Participant

    Is…is that your front door?!

    Cos that’s AWESOME!

    #81086
    Jonathan Capps
    Keymaster

    WE LOVE YOU, MARLEEN.

    #81087
    Seb Patrick
    Keymaster

    That is completely brilliant. I did something similar to our kitchen door in Oxford for a party we had when series two premiered, and then moved it to my bedroom door in the House of Dwarf in Ealing… but it was shit.

    What did you make the POLICE BOX sign out of, and where did you get the white sign?

    #81088
    Andrew
    Participant

    For several Christmases on the trot I would cover my bedroom door in wrapping paper and a big bow, creating the impression of an enormous doorway-blocking gift. Which is sort of like this, only RUBBISH.

    #81089
    TheLeen
    Participant

    > What did you make the POLICE BOX sign out of, and where did you get the white sign?

    Black wrapping paper, and cut-out letters made from normal paper. And the sign: from the printer. And the alarm thingy: that was actually a plastic box formerly hosting some cream cheese. And the windows are made from see-through wrapping material, they looked really good, but it doesn’t show on the photos… I posted more pics of the here, though.

    > For several Christmases on the trot I would cover my bedroom door in wrapping paper and a big bow, creating the impression of an enormous doorway-blocking gift. Which is sort of like this, only RUBBISH.

    That is a very very cute idea.
    Hey, I used gift wrapping paper, too!

    #81090

    Is that you peeking out?

    #81091
    Seb Patrick
    Keymaster

    No, it’s a chicken.

    #81095
    Ian Symes
    Keymaster

    That is incredible. The sign on the door is so spot-on. Well done!

    #81112
    Dave
    Participant

    4D in 2D.

    I love it, you and your postman’s reaction

    #81126
    Ben Paddon
    Participant

    Incredible. I tend to ask people to marry me with alarming regularity on the Internet, but I think I have no choice but to ask Marleen on this occasion. It’s mandatory.

    #81131
    Andrew
    Participant

    > 4D in 2D.

    I always pegged Marleen around a 34D.

    #81140
    TheLeen
    Participant

    Haha! If I’d tell you, I’d scare you to death.

    (German size charts are so much fun.)

    Thanks for your replies. You’re amazing, all of you. :-*

    #81141

    I know I haven’t replied yet, but that’s only because I was dead from envy for the last day or two. (It’s okay. I got better.)

    You know what you need now, right?

    A sonic screwdriver.

    #81143
    Andrew
    Participant

    “I’d give her a sonic screwdriver.” Etc.

    #81149
    TheLeen
    Participant

    You like my front door, check out this guy’s gaming console:

    Making of… : Part 1, Part 2

    … wow. Just wow.

    #81157

    Your door is cool…….but THAT is just sad.

    #81171
    TheLeen
    Participant

    Nah, it’s brilliant. There’s a whole forum community of TARDIS-builders and their weird projects out there. O_O

    #81172
    Dave
    Participant

    I like the one on the left

    #81212

    > I like the one on the left

    Thats what it looks like when you walk inside the one on the right.

    #81227
    ChrisM
    Participant

    >Is that you peeking out?
    >No, it?s a chicken.

    Maybe he didn’t recognize her in her non-holographic form.

    Very good by the way Marleen.

    #81231
    Dave
    Participant

    > I like the one on the left

    I meant Marleen’s. I like her right one too.

    #81234
    TheLeen
    Participant

    > Maybe he didn?t recognize her in her non-holographic form.

    The H is even better than Clark Kent’s glasses.

    #81259

    Honestly….that doesn’t look like the same person.

    #81274
    TheLeen
    Participant

    The difference is four years of my life!

    #81286
    Dave
    Participant

    That’s time travel for you

    #81294
    ChrisM
    Participant

    She hasn’t changed that much. Cheeks a bit rounder now (in a good way. Not that she looks bad before.)

    #81296
    Phil
    Participant

    I’d like to compare relevant pictures of her rear end.

    #81298
    ChrisM
    Participant

    Heh. I did write a booty comment adding “the cheeks on your face I mean” after the round cheeks comment, but deleted it just in case it would be deemed offensive (although I mean’t it playfully of course).

    It’s not a bad thing after all. The bigger the booty, the larger the pattercake (or is it pattycake?), so to speak. (I’m referring to that old nursery rhyme ” Pattercake, pattercake baker’s man, bake me a cake as fast as you can…etc.

    #81299
    TheLeen
    Participant

    Well, everything’s “a bit rounder” now. That’s certainly a good thing… in *some* places. Not so much in the rest of places. Blah.

    #81309
    Ian Symes
    Keymaster

    Chris M – the world’s most single man.

    #81311
    Jonathan Capps
    Keymaster

    > Chris M – the world?s most single man.

    I must be slipping.

    #81312
    ChrisM
    Participant

    I think it would be good to emphasize the similarity between the two forms though. I.e. this man looks like a robot, whilst the robots featuring in the tale, look human.

    *Bows* Thankyaw! Thankyaw!

    Starting to feel the strain it’s true.

    I was never confused but those hippy locks could really turn a guy’s head…

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