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Rich Comments: The nipple!
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I am dazzled by his beauty, and need to have a cup of tea to recover.
I wonder where he gets his hair done. It’s marvelous.
Slow day out there. Maybe his red eyes and erect nipples are putting people off.
So… he’s the prototype for the Na’vi, right?
When Carrot Top trys to reinvent himself, he really goes all out.
Someone tell the graphic designer…the wyvern’s wings should NOT extend down all the way between the thighs!
Has anyone ever, in the entire course of human history, seriously considered how much it would REALLY suck to have brightly glowing eyes…?
Aww, Seamyst beat me to it. <:(
Oh, what the hey.
Gosh, a beautiful jungle where there's a stripey guy with catgirl eyes and somebody riding a dragon-thing? For some reason, this looks familiar…
“When he walked into the office of Cirque Du Soleil, they knew they had to hire this man.”
It’s an awful book as well. I was persuaded to buy it for €2 when the second-hand bookshop was closing down. As revenge, I gave it to the friend who recommended it. Clunkily written, and way too much being-flayed-alive for my taste. Yeesh!
Those LED eyes are straight from some 80’s horror movie.
Once, my 2-year-old son got hold of some felt tip pens, and whilst unsupervised in hes bedroom for a short while drew all over himself. At the end of that, he looked … pretty much like this.
Is the moral to this cover that it’s better to have red glowing eyes than red glowing nipples?
“Now, not TOO much make-up, and be sure to highlight my best feature… my nipples.”
Its a scene from “Avatar II: Revenge of the Paisley Na’ vi” starring Peter Frampton (or at least, his hair).
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