I'd hit it
"I'd hit it" has to be the NEW most obnoxious phrase. HAS to be.
Arguments about whether a picture is photoshopped or not has got to be up there.For the record, totally photoshopped.
Photoshopped for sure. Skin tone does not match. Too bad, that task is easily accomplish in photoshop.
Scary... although it is Halloween Season..lol
It's no photosofted. She is from Spain. The photo was taken when she whon a medal in the last international meeting. I don't remember if was European o World Championship.This photo was used nearly all newspaper
Not photoshopped, so all your wrong skin tone theories are out of whack. Skin pigment in the face is easily changed with emotion (ala. blushing). So contrary to you theory it is actually a real unaltered photo.
No way dude. Photoshopped all the way.
eric - my poor confused friend.I suppose the eyes are natural as well? Take another look at the eyes.And the skin tone being lighter then the rest of her skin. Is that called anti-blushing?
No, it's called makeup.If someone was going to Photoshop this, they'd make it something stranger. This is totally believable.
it may be believable, but she is still scary either way...lol..
Please please please, Miss Cellania, tell me no one would actually put makeup on to look like that.Photoshop to look stranger??? That is already pretty strange. Perhaps someone was trying to make someone look bad while keeping her identity recognizable. Then photoshopping it beyond recognition would be pointless.I still say photoshopped.Beside, I don't think you know anything about makeup (you don't need any you are so hot!)
It isn't photosoft. Her name is Gema MengualAnother photo, with no make-up http://www.fotonostra.com/albums/celebres/fotos/gemmamengual.jpgYou can search her in Wikipedia
To the guy who said "I'd hit it", I don't know dude, those teeth look angry.
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