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2007-03-26 12:21:28 AM  
 
2007-03-26 12:27:20 AM  
New to Fark Photoshop contests? Stop by the PS&AEF ^ (PhotoShop and Audio Edit Forum) for tips, tricks and other useful bits of information.
 
2007-03-26 12:39:51 AM  
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2007-03-26 1:06:36 AM  
I can't wait to see what Rugbyjock does with this one...
 
2007-03-26 9:43:56 AM  
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2007-03-26 10:21:00 AM  
 
2007-03-26 12:34:50 PM  
Awesome P_S.
 
2007-03-26 12:52:43 PM  
Dammit, JB_NoHo...you just *had* to hex it, didn't you?

rugbyjock:

As usual, you went for the schlong...err...shock factor. Nicely done.
 
2007-03-26 2:11:39 PM  
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2007-03-26 3:30:27 PM  
 
2007-03-26 4:08:46 PM  
 
2007-03-26 7:37:29 PM  
You guys are seriously lifting the realm of NSFW into its own entire art form.

...and thank you for the kind words, moienblois
 
2007-03-26 9:52:09 PM  
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2007-03-26 11:12:53 PM  
 
2007-03-26 11:19:44 PM  
awww! baby domos!! uber-cutness!!!
 
2007-03-27 11:31:10 AM  
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/with preview this time
 
2007-03-27 11:33:02 AM  
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2007-03-27 1:28:26 PM  
 
2007-03-27 3:55:46 PM  
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2007-03-27 4:38:35 PM  
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2007-03-28 7:45:59 PM  
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2007-03-28 11:21:23 PM  
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2007-03-28 11:48:27 PM  
elle: awww! baby domos!! uber-cutness!!!

This mere mortal loves getting comments from a goddess.
 
2007-03-29 6:45:58 AM  
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2007-03-29 2:47:04 PM  
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2007-03-31 12:32:34 PM  
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2007-03-31 6:13:17 PM  
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Props to Pioner and Pastramification for the very cute images.
 
2007-04-02 2:48:15 PM  
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2007-04-02 4:36:59 PM  
Is that where cotton mouth comes from, Yagottabechittinme? Eww!
 
2007-04-02 6:39:08 PM  
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2007-04-02 6:54:16 PM  
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/am I spozed to disable voting for using a cliche` ?
 
2007-04-02 7:13:04 PM  
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2007-04-02 10:56:51 PM  
*sigh* Sorry I have to do this:
Octopus is of Greek origin, not Latin. Therefore, the plural form is Octopodes, not Octopi. In American English, Octopuses is also acceptable, as is Octopus (used as plural, like Moose).

That being said, awesome Photoshops all around!
 
2007-04-02 10:57:01 PM  
Abe Vigoda's Ghost

AHHH MY EYES

*vote*

AHHHHHH
 
2007-04-02 10:59:10 PM  
Props to Abe Vigoda's Ghost for the pseudo-tentacle porn and to StainedGlassRuby for excellent cliché implementation.
 
2007-04-02 11:07:45 PM  
I'm not usually a rugbyjock fan, but I think he did an excellent job with this one. Very organic.

Of course, I have a chronic case of teh ghey. YMMV.
 
2007-04-02 11:13:54 PM  
"Octopi" is based on the misconceived belief that it is a second-declension Latin noun, when in fact it is a Latinized Greek word. The pedantically correct plural would be "octopodes." The only acceptable plural is "octopusses." Maybe "octopussies."

Thanks, wikipedia.
 
2007-04-02 11:14:18 PM  
You know RJ a little gif animation on them puppies and that my friend would be gold...gold I tell ya.
 
2007-04-02 11:14:54 PM  
er, 1 s
 
2007-04-02 11:28:30 PM  
@Abe Vigoda's Ghost
that pic was the best ever
 
2007-04-02 11:28:52 PM  
dammit, I gotta wait until I'm home from work to see them!!!
 
2007-04-02 11:33:38 PM  
Needs more insanity prawn boy.

/Too lazy to PS
//Sucky sucky!
///You're not stoping...
 
2007-04-02 11:37:20 PM  
But "octopi" is correct in English due to continued usage (it's in Merriam-Webster). Like "octopuses," it's an application of a standard rule to a foreign word -- though in this case, it is the -us to -i rule of pluralization, which is a generalization from second declension masculines in Latin.

It's held on because not only do people think it's a Latin second declension, but also because it is easier to say than 'octopuses."
 
2007-04-02 11:38:28 PM  
f greek, f latin
out here we call them tako
plural is tako

/eh brah, you get plenty tako fo make da poke?
 
2007-04-02 11:43:55 PM  
 
2007-04-02 11:54:14 PM  
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first photoshop entry ever. Q&D. mad props to all others (esp AVD & RJ) you inspired me to finally make one...
 
2007-04-03 12:16:40 AM  
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Probably too obvious and too cliche, but hey, what the hell...
 
2007-04-03 12:21:05 AM  
 
2007-04-03 12:22:27 AM  
You had me at "baby octopi".
 
2007-04-03 12:32:27 AM  
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