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MO Round 2: Ian Spacek vs Annie Corder . . Category: Three squares a day: Pretty straight forward on this one. Create a life size Lego "meal." My worthy opponent Annie Corder's entry. Link to the MocOlympics Homepage Nothing says "yum" like a dish of Italian pasta. This was definitely a fun category to build in, and presented an abundance of delicious challenges. To say the least, I got lots of practice in circular techniques. Spaghetti! A comparative picture showing my creation next to the real thing. Notice the identical placement of the olives and basil. *gasp of astonishment* I went with the pewter plate to add authenticity. And for desert, chocolate gelato (an Italian ice-cream) topped with a maraschino cherry! For the record, pentagons aren't the easiest shape to play with. What do Lego hobbit capes and spoons have in common? THIS! Ha! Ha! Ha! (Made that one up myself). Fork: That other use for the mighty piece separator. The napkin is twistable! My attempt at making ABS plastic appear cloth-like. Gotta' love them soccer nets! The Holy Grail *coughs* excuse me...pewter goblet. WARNING: Slightly disturbing content from here on out. Views expressed by the builder and/or Siggies do not portray the MOCers true feelings for each other (at least as far as I'm concerned). Uh, Paul? That's my water... Cody: "GET OUT OF MY BRACKET!!!" Paul: *drops sword and hits the road* Unfortunately... Don't worry Paul, it's only tomato sauce. Correct me if I'm wrong, but I believe I may be the first person in the history of the world to have purposely rubbed a Lego mini-fig in a plate of spaghetti. Quite a claim to fame. Still hungry? And now comes the part of the show where we must ask ourselves: to eat or not to eat? A feast fit for a king (or a jester in my case). Yep, that's me...in all my wondrous maturity. I even debated painting my face half blue. Well, now I'm down a thousand pieces and my stomach hurts, but I think it was totally worth it! Thanks for stopping by, best of luck Annie (you're a wonderfully challenging opponent), and Soli Deo Gloria!


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