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We all are told at sometime in our life-- "do you know who you look like?"What famous person do you,think or have you been told you most resemble? As an example I think I look Like a love child of Mama Cass and John,Candy. Somebody at the time told me. I looked like John Hinkley, the guy who shot President Ronald Reagan. And my late husband was certain he resembled Elvis. I think my son-in-law looks just like Nicholas Cage.

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I don't really think so...but a very sexy guy once told me I looked like Kate Winslet, and I was flattered. (way back during Titanic before she was blond)

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I was told once I showed a resemblance to Elizabeth Taylor or maybe it was a pick up line lol

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Back in the day when I was thin, and when Terminator was still new, complete strangers would come up to and tell me I looked just like Linda Hamilton.

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I played that game of "who would play you in the movie of your life" and a friend suggested Kelly Clarkson for me. I loved it!

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the milk man...

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you are hilarious!!! I love your sense of humor!!! [emoji104]

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Who was fat and red headed? Chris Farley, but st least not Steve Bannon from Trump's cabinet.

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On 2/26/2018 at 4:50 AM, heyprofessor said:

Adele. All the time. My students, cashiers, strangers. I say thank you! She's a doll!

I definitely can see Adele!

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I think I can see a little Adele but. I also see a little of Jennifer Garner, so you're a singer and a movie star both. Pretty cool!

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