Here we see Pacificass behind the steering wheel, while drinking a can of his homemade OT Ale. Steve is drunk on a questionable batch of OT Moonshine and forced to ride in the back because FBP doesn't want anyone to throw up on his car's interior. Dave is fearing for his life because FBP is driving drunker than a self-employed plumber on Monday afternoon.
The boys have their lifting trolleys and FBP's OT Chainsaw Sword with them, because you never know when you have to carry heavy things or 'pacify' the living snot out of an enemy minifig who gets offended that you're confiscating their stuff for a higher purpose.
Steve regrets nothing, except maybe those pretzels at breakfast. Those are certain to make a reappearance soon. Bonus trivia: The car's license plate is originally from a limited edition black LEGO trike I got at a gas station action.
The Cookie Streak sees your pathetic 'Hero', and he will enjoy hearing their screams as he chews on their hopes and dreams. (The eyes were originally Banarnar's, do you want to know what I did with Banarnar? Are you sure? You might see him again soon...) If you look closely you can see the transparent neon green batteries in the engines.
"Pacificass, are you sure you should be driving while drunk?"
"Swear to The Nega-BlokTrix' divinely shaped CLOan ass, Dave...If you're going to keep whining like this for the entire trip you can sit in the back with Steve."
"Can I at least switch the radio channel?"
"If I hear anything but Scroobius Pip from those speakers for the next half hour I'm letting The Cookie Streak devour your soul."
"Okay, okay. Sheesh..."
(The safety mirror's 'reflective surface' is a glittery blue transparent smooth stud from the DOTS polybags.)
"Goodbye pretzel, I'll miss you...Oh no, here comes the other one..."
(I used the transparent diagonal studs for direction lights, they'll never go on because no one uses them any way.)
Part breakdown, which was a nightmare to put back together and I ended up with a stray row of four studs which I used for a wall to protect the boxes. Here you can see the transparent neon green batteries which I used to fill up the engines, and Frat Boy Pacificass in all his thong-wearing glory.
Blarney Boast: This was originally supposed to be a Rolls Royce Silver Cloud, but because I had to improvise with parts halfway through it ended up looking like something else entirely. Its name, "The Cookie Streak" is a combination of my dad's impression and mine. When I showed a picture of it to him on the phone he thought it looked a lot like "De Schicht" from the old Bommel & Tom Poes comics, and I figured the crazy eyes and blue colour was very reminiscent of Cookie Monster. So in true mad tradition, I combined the two and gave it a name in two languages.
Bonus: Cookie Martini Recipe
For the martini
1/2 c. whole milk
1/4 c. Baileys
2 oz. vanilla vodka
2 oz. amaretto
For the rim
1/2 c. vanilla frosting
1/4 c. sprinkles, plus 2 tsp., divided
Pre-made sugar cookie dough
- Preheat oven to 350° and line a baking sheet with parchment paper. Roll sugar cookie dough out to ¼” thick. Using a cookie cutter, cut out desired shapes then place cookies on prepared baking sheet. Bake until just set and lightly golden around the edges, 12 minutes. Let cool.
- Using an offset spatula, spread a thin layer of frosting onto rim of two martini glasses. Pour ¼ cup sprinkles onto a small plate then dip rims in sprinkles to coat. Use an offset to frost cookies with frosting then decorate with remaining 2 tablespoons sprinkles.
- In a cocktail shaker, combine milk, Baileys, vodka, and amaretto. Add ice and shake until cold. Pour into glasses and garnish rim with a cookie.