The first two figures come from John McKinnon. The first figure he shared is a Flesh #137 tilting his head back. John made the comment that the tilt is almost childlike and he is absolutely correct. It appears as if the #137 is waiting for a parent to bring a cookie or toy down from a countertop.
The second figure is a Flesh #39. This figure was photographed from the side because the warp is far more difficult to notice looking straight ahead at the figure. The #39 figure seems to be arching his back. However, the arch is so severe that it looks as if the arching starts at the feet and carries straight through the figure and stops at its head. The figure is unable to stand on its own.
The third figure, from Raymond G., is easily one of the most intriguing warped figures ever seen. The figure is a Flesh #193 which is one of the most visually striking M.U.S.C.L.E. figures. In mint condition the figure sits upright on his tail. However this example seems to be leaning back and to the left. The multiple angles (which can be seen in the larger picture) provide a nearly 360-degree view of the figure. When it is seen from all angles the leaning is very reminiscent of Keanu Reeves, on the rooftop, dodging the bullets in the original Matrix movie (at the 0:38 mark).