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Old 27th September 2006, 11:35   #1
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Default Want to see Lamborghini Balanced Beautifully on Tea Cups?? (Literally!!)

Check this crazy pic out, i dont know how it works? but looks real, the damn car is soo bloody hot, i gotta have this color...

Lambo on Tea Cups


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something about tht picture isnt right
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Old 27th September 2006, 11:57   #3
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Either those cups are made of metal or thats a pretty good photoshop job..experts opinion please!
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Old 27th September 2006, 12:15   #4
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the color of the lambo seems eye catching but I personally dont like it.

and should be real. If u hoist it with a crane its possible to place it exactly on top of the cups (note the Wedge) helping in even distribution on the rim of the cup. ceramics are strong.

fine china ware with stores like Ashley can afford these sale promos.

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I think it's possible. It's just a matter of distributing the weight properly and at the right places.

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Actually this is a true incident. It was on display in Toronto near Bay and Bloor (apparently) last week.
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Now that is some fine quality chinaware. No wonder they cost a ton; the car and the chinaware.
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Finally something the Gallardo's useful for.
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Perhaps...

Could there be metal rodes passing THROUGH the teacups and reaching upto floor, thereby supporting the Lambo.... the whole table acting as a hoisting stand?

Just my 2 cents.
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Perhaps...

Could there be metal rodes passing THROUGH the teacups and reaching upto floor, thereby supporting the Lambo.... the whole table acting as a hoisting stand?

Just my 2 cents.
No tablecloth over the table. No way thats happening without spectators seeing the rods.
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I donno about the car but the cups...they surely deserve some applause!!!
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I donno about the car but the cups...they surely deserve some applause!!!


what!!! serious man!! i have no words
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I think it's a nice job executed beautifully. It's achievable in 2 ways. Either by calculating the right weight points, strength and use the balancing calculations or use photoshop. I think this was not done by the latter.
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