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    Just a quick clarification needed here...

    What do people see when this smilie is used across TSR:


    :facepalm2:

    (Named Facepalm 2)
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    Though admittedly it's not exactly clear
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    Okay, then I think there might be something wrong...

    This is what I get:

    Click image for larger version. 

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    Its a scaled down, cutdown version of the picture P_T just posted. Look at the outline of the smilie and the the man in the picture ffs :facepalm2:
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    Ah.

    I see it now. When the large picture was posted I was expecting small unedited version of the image. I feel a little silly now.

    Still looks a little, shall we say, rude.
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    (Original post by fairysdad)
    Ah.

    I see it now. When the large picture was posted I was expecting small unedited version of the image. I feel a little silly now.

    Still looks a little, shall we say, rude.
    What does? :facepalm2:
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    (Original post by fairysdad)
    Ah.

    I see it now. When the large picture was posted I was expecting small unedited version of the image. I feel a little silly now.

    Still looks a little, shall we say, rude.
    I suggest you consider the implications of :dice:
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    (Original post by Chrosson)
    I suggest you consider the implications of :dice:
    Judging by the colour... :doctor:
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    (Original post by Chrosson)
    I suggest you consider the implications of :dice:
    Or how many people think that :couchpotato: is dirty And if :emog: still had its original filename of 'stroke_pussy' then that one would be much more controversial as well.

    I hold my hands up and admit I could have done a much better job with the resizing of the facepalm pic, but I'm a little worried by the number of users who make threads or comment in threads thinking it looks like a penis.
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    Not going to lie, I spent over a year thinking it was a penis or some sort of weird peeled banana (and I was pretty familiar with the Star Trek facepalm image).
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    (Original post by Chrosson)
    I suggest you consider the implications of :dice:
    Or even -> :spank::surprise:

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