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Discussion in 'Product Availability' started by mpirie, Apr 1, 2010.
Wow! Did you check out all the examples? Aint smellin' the last one--un-uh No way, not no how--you cant make me!
It's April 1st.
What about this one?
I tried all of the examples, but none of them worked....maybe it's because I used a Mac? :rolleyes:
I think the last one would be too much for us older fathers.....not again, no way....no-no-no !!
You could have waited a while. :confused:
Wow. I can just imagine someone trying to stuff a huge piece of cheese in the Kreonite processor at school.
At last Smellyvision.
The diaper one had me cranking out laughs loud enough for people to wonder what is going on... That's funny!
As a stay-at-home dad, father of triplets, and unofficial holder of the Gold Medal in the Diaper Olympics, I'll second that!
But I was thinking -- man...the porn industry would be all over this!
Why wait? The date was even posted right there on the Kodak "announcement!"
I particularly liked the "Photo Cheese".
I didn't think this was THAT out there, considering they have the same thing with cakes.
The cakes I have seen. In fact, a few friends and I in grad school put on a show of our work printed on cakes, then eaten by the viewers.
The last one gives a whole new meaning to "digicrapper"
"* Neuro-Optic-Nasal-Sense Imaging is also referred to as NONSense"
Did anyone notice this disclaimer under the diaper picture?
They use a stinkitometer to measure the density of the odor.
The photo cheese has been served for years in the cafeteria.
Can I get one of those at Freestyle or B&H?
Once I waited too long between mixing up my pigmented gelatin (AKA "glop") and pouring my carbon tissues. The glop had started to get a little moldy. I did make some carbon prints with those tissues. Now, I have made some lousy prints before, but they were the the only ones I have made that truly stunk.
As long as they do not cause spontaneous hardening of the gelatin, I could add smelly stuff to my gelatin and have, for example, carbon prints of roses that actually smell like roses.
Many years ago a local printing company used one of my redwood images for a poster (sent out to their customers). They added a coating that smelled like ferns.
Kodak yellow is a pretty cheesy color.
Red and yellow: it's Edam cheese.