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A Bath Vignette
Timmy's Little Problem
About this creation
This is an almost stud-less vignette featuring a kid named Timmy. On one hot day, Timmy decided to take a bath. With the aid of his scrub-brush and toy boat, he was soon involved in a major sea-monster attack, unaware of the fact that he had left the water running . . .



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   I hope you like the design of the bathtub. Timmy’s decal is hand-drawn and pasted with a glue-stick which can easily be removed at will without smudging.



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   The bathtub is a little wide in comparison with its length, but it had to fit on the base. The tiled floor is simply caps and the tub faucet is from TLC’s fire house.



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   Fifteen minutes later, when Timmy’s father noticed an inch of water on the living room floor, he went to the bathroom to investigate . . . and little did he know what awaited him! I tried to make everything stud-less, so please understand why everything is not 100% color-accurate.



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   “Timmy, you lazy brat, you turn that water off!!” Dad screamed. Timmy quickly obeyed, agitated to be disturbed right when his boat was about to be sunk by the scrub-brush sea serpent.



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   Timmy’s dad was unable to drain all of the water (because the doors & windows were by now swollen shut by water pressure), and could not swim and thus could not rescue Timmy. So, of all things, he called the Fire Department. Unfortunately, though, the fire fighters refused to approach the child for fear of seeing him unclothed. YOU decide what happens next!



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   By now Timmy is supposed to have drained all the water out of the bathtub by splashing it out, but I do not want to remove the blue bricks for fear of showing the lower part of Timmy.



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   Check out my other vignettes as well!



Comments

 I like it 
  June 16, 2009
Heh heh, very funny!
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  May 30, 2008
put timmys decal on a chick minifig and pout her on a beach cene,wait a da yand watch the male minifig heads rotate as they wal kpast
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  May 21, 2008
What happens next: Timmy's thirsty, so he drinks up all the water. His parents congratulate him on cleaning up his mess. They set the table and start to eat dinner. Now Timmy was supposed to use the bathroom before sitting down to eat, but he forgot. His parents won't let him get up from the table to use the bathroom. His body continues to process the water, and his bladder bursts. Timmy's parents are sad.
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  February 29, 2008
Very simple, yet very good. 4/5 for the vig, 6/5 for the story ["call the fire department!"]. Overall: 5/5
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  November 20, 2007
rsrsrsrsrsrsrsrsrsr! WOW! they called the fire departament? HAHA! very funny, keep the good job and... bath water arrives here, on the brazil! rescue! AAAAH!... Transmition interuped.
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  November 10, 2007
Haha, great vig. Very creative.
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  July 24, 2007
Poor Timmy!
Stephen Abbott
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dyami isely-parvanta
  April 22, 2007
did timmy die?
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  April 1, 2007
Hilarious. Very Creative!
  March 31, 2007
coool i guess.......................................................................ya
 
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