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Is this a trick question?
Is it dark and white chocolate drizzled into the shape of a penguin?
Yin and yang made to look like a penguin to illustrate that life is an illusion.
It's an Emperor.
In a way, it's somewhat related to one of my readers.
It's my Uncle Percy!
it's the yin & yang penguin
It's the Shroud of Barnegat Bay.The faithful claim that they can see an image of the Penguin class logo in its folds.
No, no, no - it's a vision of the sacred penguin in a breakfast pancake.
It's one of only two plastic penguins that you've ever won when they failed to guess your weight correctly within three pounds at Steel Pier in Atlantic City.
Okay, I may need to give you a clue.
No, no, no. No clues. It's much more fun reading all of O Docker's wrong answers. Let him carry on for a few more days.
It's a trophy.
it's the Articulator 50.
It's a trophy that Baydog won for coming second in his age group at the 1971 Penguin Intergalactics.
Baydog,We need that clue
It's the first place trophy for the 1971 BBYRA Senior Penguin class that your dad won.
It's the Penguin tattoo you got after getting drunk celebrating winning the BBYRA Penguin class during your younger years.
It's the first place trophy for the 1970 BBYRA Senior Penguin class that your dad won.
Does this have anything to do with a Basque sheepherder?
I love you all very much. I need some time to respond.
That was weird. Nobody died.
Somebody died. 1.78 people die every second.Some days I wonder if I am the 0.78. But then I get the feeling back in my toes again.
Back or again. One or the other.
I love you all very much. I need another glass of wine.
OK. So let's have a clue now.
Time to put this one to bed
It could be a decal on your cat's dish (do you have a cat?)! It really looks like this motif is in a ceramic or plastic bowl of some sort. Toilet bowl also crossed my mind.
Wine, wine, wine!
One More Time - Vote For Brice
Yeah, where's Adam?
Okay, I've realized that to post a photo quiz, the blogger needs to be hovering about, ready to field comments throughout at least the first 24 hours after publishing. There's my first fail. I apologize for not being quick to respond to each intelligent guess to my very vague, blurry, obscure picture quiz. I need to scroll back through Tillerman's and Mitch's archives and study the techniques in which they conducted their highly successful and riveting photographic exercises. My following post will be a short, easy-way out kind of summary of what I originally intended to say. Or not.
You have nothing to apologize for.