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Apr 12 2013

Friday Cephalopod: Where’s Michelangelo when you need him?

thetouch

(from the TONMO page on Cephalopod Ethics)

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  1. 1
    jstackpo

    Is “God” going to have a sore finger from that tentacle, perhaps containing toxins?

  2. 2
    boskerbonzer

    It looks to me like god is offering the poor, innocent cuttlefish a tempting morsel of something. Probably after telling it to never, ever eat anything that’s offered to it.

  3. 3
    blf

    It looks to me like the cuttlefish has already eaten one of the Great Magic Sea Faerie’s fingers(? tentacles?), and is now going for seconds.

  4. 4
    bbgunn

    A minion tows yet another snack to a hungry Cthulhu.

  5. 5
    noastronomer

    I found it in the park, can we keep it? Pleeeeeeze!

    Mike.

  6. 6
    busterggi

    Noodly appendages are not limited to the FSM.

  7. 7
    Cuttlefish

    In the cephalopod version of that painting, the relative positions are reversed.

  8. 8
    DLC

    See, now you see The Deity reaching up toward it’s creation, and touching the poor beast’s malformed digit with one mighty tentacle.

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