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How I'll look like in 2090?

Many of you have seen how I looked like when I was a kid but does any one wonder how I will look like in 2090 ? (at that time I will be 120 years old! darn)


Fun with iPhoto
Fun with iPhoto
Fun with iPhoto
Fun with iPhoto
Fun with iPhoto
Fun with iPhoto

[tags] self, portrait, 2090 [/tags]

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  1. Man, 5+6 = 11 - what the hell is wrong with your calculater!!! Anyhow, attempting to warp your photos into your future is pretty scary, and gives nightmares to people! Please avoid such actions or risk being liable to class-action suites!!! I'd say the 5 photo gives you an acceptable appearance, however the 4th photo isn't too bad either....

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  2. Moey,
    Which one? on this post?

    Nimer,
    Muwahahahahah yes, it will randomly fail the correct answer and it's just a trick to stop spammers :D you may wonder how effective this way could be and I can tell you it's 90% efficient so far I got 0 SPAM YES 0 spam since I installed it.

    Do you want the fourth photo in high res ? so you can print it on your room wall :P

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  3. fuck this theres no pics

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