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cooldad (fixed) [again] [again]

THE REAL COOL DAD

featuredshopped

by DushanMandik

submitted November 21st 2011

27 comments
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cooldad (fixed) [again] [again]
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I think you are trying too hard
6 years ago
I think I'm speechless.
6 years ago
My wang is breathtaking isn't it?
6 years ago
i didnt notice it there :(
6 years ago
:(((((
6 years ago
It looks like a mouse
6 years ago
leaky turtle apparently......
6 years ago
whats that finger thing in the top right?
6 years ago
thats zekes penis.....
(no joke)
6 years ago
aka the 'leaky turtle'
6 years ago
It's not up to its full potential!
6 years ago
wtf?!?! i might need more info on that one.
6 years ago
:/
6 years ago
* -Morph- regrets *
6 years ago
IT'S NOT FULL POTENTIAL!
6 years ago
...it will never be at its full potential
6 years ago
Why is it that pic of Bono just makes me laugh?
6 years ago
he looks like he belongs in Snatch. or Trainspotting.
6 years ago
Because whoever originally cut it out of context made it lopsided >.>
6 years ago
this is horribly at least try just a little...
6 years ago
that was the point conkubine
6 years ago
yeah but every shop was crap yesterday.. i can see what drums talking about at least he tried a little. The rest just went down hill
6 years ago
it looks like an epileptic blind autistic kid cut out faggot dog with a dull pair of rusty hedge trimmers
6 years ago
Proper use of the Photoshop trademark

Trademarks help protect corporate and product identity, and the Photoshop trademark is one of Adobe's most valuable trademarks. By following the below guidelines, you can help Adobe protect the Photoshop brand name.

The Photoshop trademark must never be used as a common verb or as a noun. The Photoshop trademark should always be capitalized and should never be used in possessive form or as a slang term. It should be used as an adjective to describe the product and should never be used in abbreviated form. The following examples illustrate these rules:

Trademarks are not verbs.

Correct: The image was enhanced using Adobe® Photoshop® software.
Incorrect: The image was photoshopped.

Trademarks are not nouns.

Correct: The image pokes fun at the Senator.
Incorrect: The photoshop pokes fun at the Senator.

Always capitalize and use trademarks in their correct form.

Correct: The image was enhanced with Adobe® Photoshop® Elements software.
Incorrect: The image was photoshopped.
Incorrect: The image was Photoshopped.
Incorrect: The image was Adobe® Photoshopped.

Trademarks must never be used as slang terms.

Correct: Those who use Adobe® Photoshop® software to manipulate images as a hobby see their work as an art form.
Incorrect: A photoshopper sees his hobby as an art form.
Incorrect: My hobby is photoshopping.

Trademarks must never be used in possessive form.

Correct: The new features in Adobe® Photoshop® software are impressive.
Incorrect: Photoshop's new features are impressive.

Trademarks are proper adjectives and should be followed by the generic terms they describe.

Correct: The image was manipulated using Adobe® Photoshop® software.
Incorrect: The image was manipulated using Photoshop.

Trademarks must never be abbreviated.

Correct: Take a look at the new features in Adobe® Photoshop® software.
Incorrect: Take a look at the new features in PS.
6 years ago
Everybody got that?
6 years ago
Yep off to photoshop another and i don't even use photoshop...
6 years ago
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