She poured herself coffee and doctored it up then sat back.
There have also been incidences where teachers have doctored their student's exam scores so that they appeared higher than they actually were.
Jennifer Aniston's body on the cover of the June 2003 issue of Redbook was supposedly doctored by magazine editors.
The phrase "celeb fakes" and similar searches will turn up hundreds of websites with doctored photos of the stars, most of them sexual in nature.
On the other hand, since there has been a lack of discussion about the photograph on fan sites and blogs, keep in mind that this may be a doctored picture of the star.
Though they obviously don't come as personalized party favors straight off the shelf, many of them can easily be "doctored up" and turned into something unique.
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