A few stark lines on a white background could represent any number of things. What do you see?


(My cheesy drawing was inspired by the cover artwork from an early 80's Frank Zappa album.)

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A childs drawing of a crecent moon rising up over a horizon of waves on the ocean of course.

By Gene Goldring (not verified) on 07 Apr 2007 #permalink

A closeup of a dino tooth drawn by Adam in the Garden of Eden.

A sailboat.

The dorsal fin of an enormous man-eating shark gliding smoothly through the choppy waters.

By Scott Simmons (not verified) on 07 Apr 2007 #permalink

A nose and mustache

I see a car, a flying car.

I see what would happen if no one saved a drowning witch -- her hat would wilt.

A parasitoid larva emerging from its host.

Ship Arriving To Late Too Save a Drowning Witch

By Colleen Yaroom (not verified) on 07 Apr 2007 #permalink

a sail through the waves

Man's inhumanity to man in a post-nihilistic society. I cried. The power. I applaud your courage. Bravo. Bravo, sir. Bravo.

Dolly Parton wearing an ascot?

By Bill from Dover (not verified) on 07 Apr 2007 #permalink

So nobody else sees a klansman walking behind a white picket fence?

Oh, and since I see other folks signing as "Jim" I'll be using something a tad more obvious from here on out.

I see my mother.

And she's badgering me.

By keithneun (not verified) on 09 Apr 2007 #permalink