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Minecraft - Ladybird

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Published: June 10, 2011
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Minecraft - Ladybird

A Huge Ladybird for celebrate the 50.000 Views ! \o/

This Ladybird it's from "MyMinecraftProject"
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This is aammaaaaazzziiinnngggg :faint:
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bug spray ,,tnt , creeper get rid of that thing....
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o-o ............EVERYBODY RUUUUUNN!!!!!!!! XD
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scary yet awesome!
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That would make an AWESOME house. xD :D
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Ladybug is actually just another term for the actual name of the bug, 'Ladybird Beetle'

Just saying. I AM American, guys. But I read books. XD
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Amazing! I wish I could make things like this!
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epic :D
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A ladybug is just another name for the ladybird beetle.
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I just realized you could of made this ten times easier on your self by filling the ladybird with dirt and only putting the colored layer (The hardest stuff to find) on the outside, and we'd never know :D
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It's funny how americans take offense because it's not ladybug, you know in the u.k it's called a ladybird right? there are other countries than america.
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Ladybug, ladybird. Who cares, honestly? Yes, it is Ladybird in the U.K. while it's Ladybug in the U.S.

Two different cultures will normally have two different ways to describe something.
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IT. IS. A. LadyBUG!!!!!!! How in the Milky Way is it a BIRD?!
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I'm American, too. I just read a lot, so...

Actually, ladybug is just another term for the actual name, Ladybird Beetle.
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Ooooh. That's a purdyful name.
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Indeed it is :meow:
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Ladybug. It is in no way a bird, I'll never understand why people use that name. It's a bug. Ladybug.
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Sorry ;w;
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