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    Not sure if the title works...please comment. Thanks!

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    How about "handcuffed" ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by zaren
    How about "handcuffed" ?
    Thanks for the suggestion!

    With the lobster sitting on ice with strapped clamps and snipped "antennas", I feel that the title "Waiting" is a more powerful reminder of the lobster's eventual fate.
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    oh no... was it eaten in the end?

    aiyah... never play with your food.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chaotic
    oh no... was it eaten in the end?

    aiyah... never play with your food.
    No...I did not eat it. Just took the picture. I am sure by now it has met its fate though.
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    how abt "Vulnerable" ?? .....


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    To me, "Vulnerable" means there is risk, but not definite damnation. If this lobster was captured from the sea, I would say it was vulnerable when the fishing boat was close to its natural habitat. In the situation it was photographed in, I would say it is "doomed".
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    Actually looks more like a mustachio-ed maitre'd with a towel over his arm saying: "May I help you?"

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    Quote Originally Posted by StreetShooter
    Actually looks more like a mustachio-ed maitre'd with a towel over his arm saying: "May I help you?"
    A different view! Thanks for lightening the mood!
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    How about "Clamped". The clampers are themselves clamped. Thot that was ironic...

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