21 Clumsily Censored Versions of Famous R-Rated Images

There seems to be no shortage of subjects that uptight people can get worked into a letter-writing-frenzy over. But whether it's the Catholic Church putting a leaf over sculptures' junk or some dude reading random nouns over all the swear words in Scarface, mankind has yet to discover a non-ridiculous way to censor those subjects.

We asked you to create some censored images in that tradition using the magic of image manipulation. The winner is below, but first the runners up ...

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Entry by MinorShan

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Entry by Ted E.

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Entry by ghoti85

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Entry by roguematt

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Entry by wavedout

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Entry by wavedout

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Entry by Tim Babb

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Entry by Tea-Qualizer

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Entry by Tea-Qualizer

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Entry by Scarin

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Entry by HaywireLiar

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Entry by farksake

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Entry by Auntie Meme

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Entry by aerodynamite

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Entry by aerodynamite

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Entry by Manx377

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Entry by McGloomy

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And the winner is ...

Congrats, Manx377. You win money.

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