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Radical Reconstruction Photograph - Parking I by Radical Reconstruction Fine Art Featuring Nancy Wood

Parking I is a photograph by Radical Reconstruction Fine Art Featuring Nancy Wood which was uploaded on August 29th, 2010.

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The beauty of this elegant example of modern art is that no one knows that they are parking, because they are moths, so you can display this image anywhere, and casually mention to your date, in a suggestive manner, that the two moths are actually parking on a parked car. She'll look quizzically at you, and you can ramble on about moths; appearing to have some expertise in the area, because, of course, no one does (outside of Johns Hopkins University) and your date will feel safe and confident at your educated and sophisticated breech of the subject of sex. For that you at least owe me the cost of an investment in art, don't you think? Fork over; it's money well spent.

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