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serial tweaker, sorrySo I just came across the page Make-Out Point and saw that it had no image when it should be fairly easy to illustrate. The first scene that came to my mind was this one from Futurama: ◊ What are your thoughts? Any other suggestions?
edited 22nd Aug '12 6:47:08 AM by bananasloth
please don't capitalize my handle. I just don't like it.
Decent, but it's a little blurry and I don't see them making out. I think we can do better.
This is the best image of Make Out Reef from Spongebob I can find. ◊ I found another angle for the Futurama one, though.◊
First one is still too blurry and nothing says "make out" to me. The second one has the "make out" part, but not the "point" part. Still, keep trying, I think we can get this. I seem to recall good examples from Symbionic Titan and Pleasantville. I'll take a look.
edited 27th Aug '12 3:48:54 PM by nitrokitty
Anime-tedThat's a decent option, provided the folks caught in the exposure lag on the right are cropped out. If we can get a better shot of the pic in the OP, a 2-paneler of it and the bot with his arm around the fembot could work too.
Eh, kind of hard to see the actual people making out in the last one.
Oh, and I think there was a good one at the beginning of Monsters vs. Aliens if anyone owns that movie.
edited 4th Sep '12 12:54:36 AM by nitrokitty
I remember that one... I do have the DVD... somewhere. Doubt I'll find it though.
In uffish thought#6 is dark and blurry, but better than other suggestions. At 329:
edited 4th Oct '12 5:57:32 AM by Telcontar
So that's what this doesThe description specifies cars. Though it may be the description that's at fault.
Balance - the original sixth sense.
Anime-tedThe more I look at that RL one, the less I like it. Since the clock's up, let's go ahead and lock up and see if something better surfaces later.
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