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It's spelt humour!
It's spelt humour!
Dez


Photograph Information Photographer's Comments
Challenge: Humor (Classic Editing)
Camera: Nikon Coolpix 950
Location: My living room
Date: Jan 10, 2003
Aperture: F/11.4
ISO: ISO-80
Shutter: 1.36 sec.
Galleries: Humorous, Macro
Date Uploaded: Jan 10, 2003

Designed dummy dictionary page in Microsoft Word. Printed, then photographed. I expect the most amusing thing about this submission to be the comments it attracts :-)

Statistics
Place: 26 out of 53
Avg (all users): 5.3524
Avg (commenters): 6.9231
Avg (participants): 4.9024
Avg (non-participants): 5.6406
Views since voting: 1421
Votes: 105
Comments: 19
Favorites: 0


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01/21/2003 07:26:08 AM
This deserves to be placed much higher than it is. Humour at its finest.
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 Comments Made During the Challenge
01/19/2003 08:15:53 AM
LOL. You tell 'em : )
Nice lighting on this makes it more than just a 'photo of a book', well done.
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01/17/2003 01:55:48 AM
If only we were so consistent in abusing the language...
01/16/2003 04:54:41 PM
Oh WOW, you really know how to open a big can o' worms, don't you!!! *LOL* Cheers, from Toronto, Canada
01/15/2003 12:18:52 PM
LOL, once I read the whole thing. You brits have a good sense of humor. Lighting is very effective as well as DOF.
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01/14/2003 02:14:47 PM
Lol !
01/14/2003 04:28:52 AM
LoL... Aside from being Hmor, it's well shot :)
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01/14/2003 02:32:53 AM
Hahah, you one-time very funny guy you!!! Why add more useless letters? Maybe you should take up French. Definition -- Englishman: A person who adds useless, unpronounced letters to words such as "humor," can't spell "spelled," and in speech drops "r"s arbitrarily from words, and mysteriously adds "r"s to the ends of words for no apparent reason (for example Korea = Korear, China = Chiner, etc.). Bwaaaahahahahaha, you made me laugh. I give you one-time good score. :-)
01/14/2003 02:25:22 AM
without the title there is no humor in the photo... and I am not even sure there is humor with the title... sorry,
01/13/2003 11:57:23 PM
I guess you could call it local coloUr.
01/13/2003 10:34:46 PM
How do you like this joke? ONE! (ok ok just kidding... this is actually quite funny. Where on earth did you find it?)
01/13/2003 08:41:03 PM
LOL you spelled "spelt" wrong. :) And I've always thought it was Brits who spell those words wrong: Recognise, colour... Well look... in that book of yours they even spelled (not spelt) "Americanize" incorrectly!! :D
01/13/2003 05:25:18 PM
How dare you! LOL. This is really subtle, but very good. We also misspell colour, theatre, and shoppe, and totally mispronouce aluminum. Better watch it, or our trigger happy president will bomb you.
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01/13/2003 02:28:01 PM
ok, you made me actually laugh out loud.
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01/13/2003 11:25:48 AM
I agree, but you know those Americans......
01/13/2003 04:29:57 AM
Ha Ha! - Yup quite agree - They can put a man on the moon but in all this time they still haven't learnt how to spell!
01/13/2003 04:17:54 AM
lol :)
01/13/2003 01:38:15 AM
Kind of funny, but not really technically well done. The shadow across the page is a bit distracting. The shot is a bit dark in my opinion. I think I'd like to see this a bit more white. The angle is ok, I like the dramatic angle. Border is alright as well. Good luck in the challenge.
01/13/2003 12:35:39 AM
YES that's right, it is spelt humour. Great work.
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