Am I the only one who thinks it's silly to put a picture with a pasta, then give it a description like "This is NOT what I saw, but it's similar" or "This is NOT the creature, but looks like it", etc.? If you're going to put a picture with a pasta about a creature/man/doll, don't bother telling us the picture isn't of the actual creature/man/doll. It's completely pointless. One pasta (that's been deleted) had a picture that said "This is NOT Hugo...", and yet there was no Hugo in the story! And why is the word 'NOT' always in all caps? It's like the author will get upset if we think the picture is of the actual thing they described in the story. Oh, no!