…it’s too unrealistic. In real life, the Trophy Wife™ would be carrying me.
In real life, the Trophy Wife? would be carrying me.
That’s right, your back is dicey at best thanks to the creator/intelligent designer…
Hehe. So would The Fiance.
Where the hell is that from, anyway?
Cthulu manga porn? I there no depth of depravity that pharingulistas won’t sink to?
Click on it for a link. I could even buy a print to hang on the wall! Which my wife would regard with the horror reserved for The Lamp in A Christmas Story.
I like this, which is somewhat disturbing.
One’s private responses to such things are never disturbing, they merely are:))
I should like to be carried out of the sea thus by such a strapping gent. . . dunno if I need the tentacles though. Oh hell, throw ‘em in, I’ve got wasabi mayo in the fridge.
Goody!! More cephalo-porn.
BTW: In the same vein, here is a really cool site…
The Award-Winning Cephalopoda Erotica Thread
The octopus is helping to rescue the damsel in distress, right?Or have I somehow missed the point?
By the way there is some rib-tickling creationist-bashing http://huff.to/c316Bo on Huffington Post
haha thats a great picture. the man looks more like a mexican wrestler than the king of the oceans, though.
Damn, I always forget to sign! G’Day PZ, hope the Vegemite addiction withdrawal symptoms not too severe.
The comments on dA are hilarious, particularly the thread started by PinkieNekoGirl (spelling/grammar errors aside):
“The only thing that could make this picture even cooler is either a gigantic explosion in the background or a school of sharks fighting to the death.”
“sharks with lazors against killerdolphins @w@”
“Now that’s just plain badass.”
“not as badass as chuck norris :P”
“On a flaming motorbike, giving roundhouse kicks with it.”
“while using five uzis, one with each hand, one with each food and one kept up in the air with roundhouskicks spraying pullets around”
You know you’re a lucha geek when the first thing you think is “Damn, that’s a cool pic of Atlantis”.
Heh – the cute octopod looks a bit snoozy – must have been a long day of damsel-saving.
The trouble some guys will go for for sex.
“… spraying pullets around”
Gotta love the emblematic brine-shrimp knee patches tho’.
I like that the Luchador has some chest hair. . .
I’ll get me coat.
It’s not as awesome as Axe Cop
I can’t draw my way out of a wet paper bag. That said, I get to look at drawings as much as anybody with artistic talent …
How come her drawers hang down like that?
This person can obviously draw, in the style of comic book characters, which I like.
The bustier part seems to be made of spandex, but the drawers of wet cotton. There’s a point I’m missing.
The octopus looks eye-rollingly bored.
Methinks a Frazetta-infusion would be much better but don’t think there are a lot of cephalopods to be found.
But the octopus doesn’t look that fearsome.
Well, for obvious reasons you can’t be “El Santo” or “Blue Demon”. Hmmm…
Oh noes, shes lost her panties.
Octopus-surfing babe-toting Mexican wrestler? MY NEW HUSBAND.
I could even buy a print to hang on the wall! Which my wife would regard with the horror reserved for The Lamp in A Christmas Story.
Setup an account over there, and make a wishlist. Then we don’t have to dig up your business address to send you stuff.
The trphy wife would be carrying you? My trophy wife would be using a wheel barrow
You want underdressed women and cephalopods?
Here you go.
Vintage Octopus Pulp Covers
It’s where my long-time screensaver comes from.
One hopes not, because the man of no fashion sense is obviously more concerned with whatever’s in front of them than with the giant octopus (which looks bored with the whole exercise).
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