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post #16 of 170
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Originally Posted by Kent Wang
I've been told that I look like Omar Epps.


A.
post #17 of 170
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Originally Posted by Edward Appleby
That would go so far up my head that I'd try to use it as a pick-up.

"Hello, enjoying your drink? It may interest you to know that I've been likened to a young Cary Grant."

Yeah, but the Michael Imperioli thing kind of neutralizes the Cary Grant thing. Basically, I'm not as good looking as CG and not as ugly as Imperioli.
post #18 of 170
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by Spoony
Also I've been told Napoleon Dynamite, as essentially every other curly-haired high school aged male has. PRETTY FUNNY YOU GUYS.
In high school, I went to a Where's Waldo signing for a laugh (it was Waldo himself signing) and Waldo said "Hey, you're me!"; he signed "To Waldo, from Waldo"-------asshole! In college, every other day as I walked to class, these roofers would drive by and scream "Where's Waldo!?" at me. Mufuggas! My momma called me to tell me that I look like Adrien Brody. No resemblance whatseover, I assure you. Buh.
post #19 of 170
a young Kirk douglas. Yeah, that's right. I'M Spartacus.
post #20 of 170
I've been told, at various points in my life, that I look like John Lithgow, Mick Hucknall, Lester Thurow and Rutger Hauer.
post #21 of 170
Thread Starter 
Hmmm... I'm trying to picture him with a black MA-1 bomber jacket.
post #22 of 170
I've gotten Paul Simon, on a number of occasions. I see no resemblance. When I had an abundant head of hair, I used to be compared to George Segal. Again, I see no resemblance.

My sister used to look very much like Cher, before Cher destroyed herself, under the knife.
post #23 of 170
I'd obviously prefer chain mail to very expensive limited edition japanese repro garments, but when I tried it out no one would sit next to me on the bus.
post #24 of 170
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Originally Posted by sybaritical
I'd obviously prefer chain mail to very expensive limited edition japanese repro garments, but when I tried it out no one would sit next to me on the bus.

It might have had something to do with the sword.
post #25 of 170
nah... never have people say ilook like a celebrity... but always say they know me from somewhere... even if im in another city.
post #26 of 170
check this out, you upload a picture of yourself (straight on head shot, like your license) and this face recognition software tells you the degree of resemblance between you and some celebrity:

http://www.myheritage.com

I look most like Billy Idol. nice.
post #27 of 170
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There's a Stevie Wonder impersonator around here that always posts flyers on telephone poles and such. If he's cheap, I'd consider renting him for a night out. I could be his wingman.
post #28 of 170
A couple of people have told me I look like Tom Brady (the Patriots QB).

My grandfather looks like George C. Scott. He was mistaken for Scott in the past on numerous occasions.
post #29 of 170
Emmanuelle Béart is what people have said, but I disagree.
post #30 of 170
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Originally Posted by Joel_Cairo
check this out, you upload a picture of yourself (straight on head shot, like your license) and this face recognition software tells you the degree of resemblance between you and some celebrity:

http://www.myheritage.com

I look most like Billy Idol. nice.
im 72% leonardo dicaprio.... hmmm...
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