- This is a bus, right? There are buses in Canadia, right?
I am so good at this. - eldeeem
- lul. - « ℱritz »
- It's on the wrong side of the road :P - Carson Hart
- Nah, it's just in one of the right lanes. Like the red-white-blue car. :p - eldeeem
- Great design! How stable is it? - 1982redhead
- TTC bus! Is the service in LEGO like the service you get in real life? :P - Umm, Who?
- Doing this with 1x2 plates creates a stable structure, so I assume this would too. - BrickArt!san
- Nice job on the garage door. :thumbsup: - RΟΟK
- It's right, we drive on the opposite side than US. >.> - Si-MOCs
- LIES - eldeeem
- Damn. I guess you've been to Canada :P - Si-MOCs
- Once, when I was 10 or so, but that's kind of irrelevant. :p - eldeeem
- It does indeed. Especially with the bar through both round 2x2 plates.
- Probably worse, I'm sure buses and trains would be 'breaking down' wayyy more often. :P
- Can't speak for Canadia, but there are buses in Canada. ;)
- It's in a left lane, silly.
- Okay, now /you're/ messing with me. Isn't the bus on the right side (both meanings of "right") of the road here? - eldeeem
- This tree is by far my favorite part. I have never seen this technique before. I'm loving it! - Phuonom
- It's on the correct side of the side road, which is the right (direction) side, but it is in a left lane.
- Thanks! I was really happy with it too.
- Street car. - ▼ Centurion ▼
- Lol. At least with LEGO you can get it working again much quicker... - Umm, Who?
- No love for this building??? It is terrific! - Svenstead
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