Ethan’s immediate response of “Beast Wars Silverbolt?” cracks me up every time.
“What does this Rorschach test look like to you?”
What does that say about a person?
They like penises/think about penises a lot? Or at least one specific penis?
The link: http://www.movieweb.com/movie/watchmen/PGnS0vop6dJdqp/eYlfHfe6pgicWkn
I may be wrong, but I think the penis is the negative space running from his chin to his nose
It totally looks like Jar-Jar Binks.
So, same thing, actually…
I don’t see it. I see a howling animal in the canine factor.
I see a sock puppet of a horse, facing away and to the right.
In this comic, the black splotch looks like a big ol’ semi-erect penis!
On the actual Entertainment Weekly cover? Yeah, horse head sock puppet.
I thought it was a giraffe… I wonder what that says about me…
I was gonna say…
…The hell? I made a video game with an area like that, with a big chasm in the ground, a rock structure rising up from it, and two hovering sections that fold out into bridges that allow you to cross it. It looks damn near identical to Rorschy’s mask in the picture. And I also don’t see any way a penis hidden in his mask for pervs people to find, when there are so many child-appropriatethings on there.
And “child-appropriate” is in sarcasm and /sarcasm HTML tags.
to me that cover looks more like the horsehead nebula, but then I was an ESS major.
Looks to me like a wolf rearing up next to a llama. So I can see where you would get a penis from that.
Perhaps they should have just put Doctor Manhattan on there, to ramp up the dong factor.
I saw nothing… Does that mean I have a horrible imagination?
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