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Old Mar 23, 2010, 4:35 PM   #11
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You guys crack me up. OK, here are a few more howlers...

Make your pictures softer - invest in a prune lens c(r)ap.
From spray-can to digicam - now you can really "paint a picture".
Prunasonic - for the retentive photographer.

LOL, good one's Mark!

Or, the Prune lenscap for that big zoom lens - what goes in must come out.
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Old Mar 23, 2010, 5:44 PM   #12
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What did Sherlock Holmes say to Dr. Watson when asked - "How hard was it to create the Prune Lens Cap?"

Alimentary my dear Watson.
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What did Sherlock Holmes say to Dr. Watson when asked - "How hard was it to create the Prune Lens Cap?"

Alimentary my dear Watson.

Why. were they in Venice at the time?
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Old Mar 23, 2010, 7:50 PM   #14
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Yes, he wanted them to see his villi.
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Yes, he wanted them to see his villi.
Well since he was in Italy, I hope he had a bowel of pasta
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"Why bother to crop your images if you can prune your lens."
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