Get wee Farquar to knock together some plastic bricks in the basic shape of a bus with no roof. Don't bother with windows... they'd only lick them off. Stick some plastic wording all over it and Budge's yer auntie. Worth £79 of any gormless mugs money. Never mind it doesn't look anything like the bus they used in 98... it's the thought that counts.
The next Lego project is a Tyncastle Park replica special edition that includes various rusting Chinese materials, everyone's favourite stairway to nowhere and 18500 seats to complete a 20k+ seater stadium which will have even the most restless of children occupied for days.
I actually saw Budge get off a No.31 today in Princes Street and initially thought that she was either -
A) Showing her pressed-for-cash supporters that she doesn't think she's any different to them and uses public-transport the same as the 'ordinary people'
B) Hearts/Levein have shafted her so much (in Hearts case - financially !) that she's no choice but to use public-transport !
But now I see what it is, for the free advertising Hearts are giving LRT with, what is sure to be, the fastest-selling piece of sports-merchandise in world-history thus attracting world-wide media coverage - Budgie gets a free bus-pass !
P.s - as one of the muppets has pointed out, it's not even a 'replica' as the paint-job on the model-bus is different form the actual one used in 1998 !
People are missing the big picture here. There is a class and dignity in this carriage, a mode of transportation that would do justice to that great lady who has won our hearts, altered our consciousness and captured our souls with her beauty and grace. I refer of course, to the Queen of Hearts herself.
Any commerative keepsake endorsed by this wonderful and dignified lady is a required purchase, not just for grateful Hearts fans but for all lovers of the beautiful game. All I can do is sit back and marvel at the splendor of this wonderful collectors item and yet again praise the selfless vision and altruism of the magnificent Queen of Hearts in making such an item available to ordinary men and women.