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graph paper porno

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The plain brown packet arrives, with many pencils, sheets of graph paper, and the series of co-ordinates of some hot babes.

Suitable for people who enjoy porno and are very patient and/or mathematically inclined and don't mind something a bit blocky.

not_morrison_rm, Dec 19 2013

Durer's rhino http://albertis-win...-insert-animal.html
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       But if it's all pixelly, how will you know which ones are Japanese?
MaxwellBuchanan, Dec 19 2013
  

       Perhaps Japanese ladies are naturally pixellated in the more interesting areas? You can do the research.   

       Would also have worked back in the day to undermine the Soviet nuclear weapons programs...as there'd always be strange shortage of graph paper and the output from the maths department would grind to a halt. Retro version of stuxnet, as it were.
not_morrison_rm, Dec 19 2013
  

       " Retro version of stuxnet, as it were "   

       marked-for-tagline
normzone, Dec 19 2013
  

       Just use the raw vectors from an svg file.
Voice, Dec 19 2013
  

       //Just use the raw vectors from an svg file.   

       Tchhh, salmonella..
not_morrison_rm, Dec 20 2013
  

       //        Perhaps Japanese ladies are naturally pixellated in the more interesting areas? //   

       They are if the carpets match the drapes. Bare floors are apparently an acceptable loophole and thus air unaltered. So to speak.   

       * or so I read; I've read far more about pornography than actually viewed the product itself, so my take on it may be a bit like that famous Renaissance painting of a lion that was painted by a guy who'd never seen a lion but who had read several detailed descriptions of lions.
Alterother, Dec 20 2013
  

       Well, we have Durer's woodcut of a rhino (linky), sort of correct in places, and as for the camelopard...
not_morrison_rm, Dec 22 2013
  

       Any red blooded human will see curves. French to be exact.
wjt, Dec 22 2013
  

       Aha, also works on Prince of Wales check, for surreptitious scribbling in chalk on the back of someone on the tube.
not_morrison_rm, Dec 23 2013
  
      
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