20 Bond Devices That Didn't Make the Cut

Bond always has some pretty awesome toys, but they only show us the ones that end up coming in handy later in the mission. There's got to be hundreds of gadgets that we never got to see because they were either too useless or just plain embarrassing to use in public.

We asked you to use photoshop to show us what these forgotten gadgets might look like. The winner is below, but first, the runners up.

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by codespyder


by baredevil


by The Edge Will Cut You


by Sanchez


by DCD


by mcsuperawesome


by Justintoxicated


by lukec


by FenrawrX


by JuniorWences


by mwg


by Senor_Taco


by jerewhit


by Hochstapler


by Corpsy


by The Edge Will Cut You


by Oryhara


by Spatula


by day_of_days

And the winner is...

by Spaztick

Congrats, Spaztick. You win money.

Want in on this?

You'll have another chance. Your theme is:

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Creative Ways to Deliver Bad News.

You don't need any further explanation on that, do you? Let your imagination run wild. With Thanksgiving coming up, you might even be able to use some of them. The best Photoshop will get $50.

If you'd like to see the entries from this week that didn't make it, see them here. Or check out The Worst Possible Ideas for a Porno. And for pictures too strange to make up, but not too strange to make fun of, check out The Daily Craption Contest.

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