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Desc:Made to simulate human bone structure
Category:Science & Technology, Horror
Tags:Robot, Skeleton, flayed
Submitted:mustard
Date:02/11/13
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Comment count is 11
duck&cover
"Father, give me legs. Father."
The Mothership
*takes off faceplate*.

Aargh!!!


"i hate it when they scream like that."
Jet Bin Fever
See all that stuff in there Homer? That's why your robot never worked.

chumbucket
Looks like a lot of time and money spent on the premise "Well if you simulate the materials that make a human and put them together in a similar manner you get human-like operation." You'd think it would but well needs more time and money i guess.
memedumpster
One day they'll figure out that the best way to do it is to scoop out the brains from a human body and attach a cable connected to a computer directly to the top of the spine. Then, and only then, will it be not creepy to shake hands with.

TeenerTot
meme made me laugh. Some of these stars are for you.

THA SUGAH RAIN
Every couple of months we inch closer to the perfect handjob machine.
Gmork
I already have the perfect handjob machine, her name's Marlaina

Rudy
Named after a Greek Titan that ate his own children! Well played!
mustard
Fisrt he castrated and slew his father though, with weapons supplied by his brothers.

STABFACE
Twenty-eight seconds in and they're already trying to turn a robot into an alcoholic.
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