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I modeled for each letter myself.
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    Created on 23rd May 2013. Last edited on 11th February 2014.
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juvenile, and hilarious.
Comment by fugitiveglue 11th february 2014
Comment by kix 11th february 2014
Comment by opipik 11th february 2014
Oh yes, you have put a lot of smile value into the pipeline!
Comment by Aeolien 11th february 2014
:) Super creative; and, I couldn't stop laughing.
Comment by sarreyn 11th february 2014
LMAO!! Excellent
Comment by p2pnut 11th february 2014
Bizarre letters made from, what look like, peculiarly bendable male members. The saying is very true: for inspiration you don't have to look far, the next idea is always within arm's reach.
Comment by Frodo7 12th february 2014
Very funky :) lol. Love the comments. Frodo, at least you didn't say "within hand's reach" :)
Comment by funk_king 12th february 2014
Please DON'T make a sample :P
Comment by Noah F. Ross (winty5) 26th may 2014

What a genius you are, thanks so much!

Comment by martyjayyz 29th july 2017

haha very funny

Comment by James Claude-Emory Holmes 20th june 2022

haha very funny But Soo Weird

Comment by Macaroni4836482765 (AlphaUnicodeFonts) 28th july 2023

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