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    In other words, the word on the street is vulgar.

    (If you look closely, you might notice my ears in this photo. :D )

    PapaAndDaddy, EZB133, ghjqnb, and 22 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. M*Pgh 88 months ago | reply

      Relax, Max.

    2. nettsu 88 months ago | reply

      and today's word on the street is...
      (i've been watching too much sesame street!)

    3. sly's eye 88 months ago | reply

      Ears? What ears? Where? :)
      All I see is a handsome man with beautiful blue eyes.

    4. Michael Mitchener 88 months ago | reply

      Word up. Great expression and selfie.

    5. thankful form [deleted] 88 months ago | reply

      Love the ears :)

    6. Gavin James 88 months ago | reply

      Ears? I prefer to think of them as something to nibble on, or...handles. Did I really just type that?

    7. PapaAndDaddy 88 months ago | reply

      Awesome. Where did you get the background with all the words?

    8. CarbonNYC [in SF!] 88 months ago | reply

      M*Pgh I plead too much Red Bull. :)
      Michael Verhoef Have you learned your numbers yet?
      sly's eye You flatterer you.
      Michael Mitchener It all came together. thankful form Whew. The surgery to remove them has always sounded too painful. :)
      Gavin :) I think you did.
      Brian Brantner Post-processing. That was masked with the glory that is the "Refine Mask" option in Photoshop.

    9. Jeffry B 87 months ago | reply

      those things cause any undo problems when it's windy?

    10. Lexicolatry 57 months ago | reply

      Great shot - I used it to illustrate the word 'cacoepy' (bad pronunciation) in my blog:

    11. Trevor A Brown 37 months ago | reply

      Just saw this image used in an article promoted on George Takei's Tumblr, I was like I know that face.

    12. sly's eye 37 months ago | reply

      Congrats for your photo in the article! I saw it on FB! (y)

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