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|View Poll Results: Which Warner Bros. cartoon animal is most like the real animal?|
|Wyle E. Coyote||5||11.90%|
|Pepe Le Pew||5||11.90%|
|Voters: 42. You may not vote on this poll|
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I'm probably expected to say Porky. However, in my way of thinking, it would be Tweety, with Pepe a close second.
I love 'em all, but I'd say that Foghorn Leghorn is more realistic -- roosters are loud, confident, brash, and always trying to sell the hens on the idea that the rooster has what they want....
"Ladies, I say, ladies, I'm the man for the job!"
Pepe comes to your place every week, Sharon? Oooh, la, la, se magnifique! (I love Pepe -- please tell him for me).
Ed, I'm almost convinced that you're right about Tweety, but I still voted for Foghorn. There are definitely lots of cheeky, smart Tweety birds out there escaping the dangers of life, and chortling loudly in my trees about how smart and cute they are.
My favorite is Bugs, but I tried rescuing and rehabbing displaced baby cottontail bunnies, and they just don't have the Bugs chutzpa -- in fact, wild bunnies can literally die from fright just by being picked up by a stranger.
Foghorn Leghorn of course. He is the ultimate pretender. Bluffs his way to his ultimate goal only to be shown up by some smart alec kid. Yet he still comes out a legend in his own mind. Now that's true to life. A real strutting rooster with nothing to crow about.
That and I could listen to the way he talks all day. I say, I say, that's the law boy.
hmm, I didn't think this one through
like you folks, did! I went just on the basis of looks. No personalities. So I'm the vote for Porky!
by the way, this is my first post as a new member. thought it should be about something that has very little to do with my photoshop handicap.
Welcome car88! Porky needed a vote too.
As for your Photoshop handicap, this is a good place to work on what ails you -- if you have a particular photo that you don't know how to fix, go to the Photo restoring areas and start a thread with your photo example. If you know some skills that you need to learn, take a look at our Tutorial section and see if it's listed there, and do a search on the forum threads to see if there's some tips there also.
Just don't use Porky Pig's signature line "Th- th- that's all, folks!", because there's always MORE here at RetouchPro!
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