Han Solo laser thumb (Courtesy of Thumbs & Ammo)
Stick 'em up. Your thumbs, that is.
The Thumbs & Ammo website has created a stir thanks to its posting of images from famous movies in which guns have been substituted with literal thumbs-ups.
Harrison Ford in “Star Wars.” John Travolta and Samuel L. Jackson in "Pulp Fiction." Sylvester Stallone in "Bullet to the Head." They're all there, but this time, they're sans weapons. What a difference a thumb makes.
The tagline on the blog reads, “Real tough guys don't need guns, they just need a positive, can-do attitude.”
The hilarious tweaks to familiar, gun-toting movie stars are getting some interest on the Web—and getting picked up on sites such as Gawker and PetaPixel.
The creator of the blog, who prefers to remain anonymous, wrote in an email to Yahoo News, “It started as a game for me and my friends. It's fueled by friendly competition to find and make the best/funniest images. I guess it can be enjoyed on a few levels.”
Readers with an image to add to the site can submit it to the website.
Daniel Craig's thumb (Courtesy of Thumbs & Ammo)
Thumb to the Head (Courtesy of Thumbs & Ammo)
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