Thermal-On: What a Turn Off

Conan O’Brian’s modelling days were short-lived.

Photoshop disasters

I was just reading about the crisis in Syria and this is still the biggest disaster I’ve laid eyes on today. From the levitating hand to the weirdly cocked head, every feathered corner of this ad demands a do-over.

Thanks Sarah. You can see the original on Amazon.

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  • 5up Mushroom

    Looks like they rotated her a bit to make it appear that her head was cocked, but then realized that her hair looked like it was levitating, so they painted over the top of it with a skin/peach color, which cut off part of her eye and extended a portion of her neck.

  • stella

    She should be putting that thermal-on pad on that lump on her neck – or on the cheekbone so swollen that you can’t tell where her cheek ends and her ear begins. One can only imagine what horrible injury she had to her shoulder that makes it the place she needs the thermal-on most.

    • stella

      Or maybe it isn’t for her shoulder, but for her palm – she must have one heck of a lump on her palm to make it that her fingers hover an inch above the pad.

  • teleromeo

    I wonder if she’s in for some french kissing.

  • poe

    It’s not a photo, but an untalented) drawing..??

  • Saurio Escritor Polirrubro

    – Igor! Bring me some female body parts! I need to build a model for a thermal pad ad!
    – But Mathter… the thcarth will thhow up!
    – Don’t worry, you silly hunchback! I will erase them with my newest invention: Photoshop!

  • OurJames

    What? Plasticine people don’t feel pain?

  • Beverly Jenkins

    She looks great…for a burn victim.

  • Andulamb

    Is it really so hard to find a human being, give them your product, and photograph them with it?

    • B Bladon

      Why use people when you have all these mannequin parts and a listless expression?

  • Nasfiler

    ghhh-hh-hh-hh *laugh* great-great, what a turn off *laugh*