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10 hours ago, insta_adventurer said:

Velma.

I have no idea what they’re talking about! 😂😂

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Haha...That's pretty cool! It's like they made the character in your likeness. I think I mostly resembled Eric Cartman when I was young. LOL

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If you’re talking celebrities, I’ve been told Cybill Shepard. Other than that, I hear alot of “you look just like my sister, cousin, niece” kind of stuff.

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still better than You look just like Great Aunt Hilda who died of Uremic Poisoning or Uncle Henry before the Cancer,took him. Always good when you resemble a live healthy person!

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I get Princess Di pretty often and when I was younger Mary Stuart Masterson. I get the occasional Robin Wright depending on my hair.

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Princess Do was classy with a Capital C, and the other 2 ladies are also so fine. Definitely You did not get beaten with the Ugly Stick!👍😝

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I just think my friends need to get out more, lol.

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Back in the 80s a couple of people told me I looked like Jaclyn Smith (I wish) but I really think it was just my hair...

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Better that than the 3 or 4 I get, John candy, Chris Farley, Steve Bannon, and my late husband said at the time I was a perfect copy of John Hinkley, the guy who shot President Ronald Reagan. Hey, excuse me, but couldn't YOU SAY Mama Cass of the Mamas and Papas? She was, at least, a Girl!😪

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18 hours ago, MIZ60 said:

Back in the 80s a couple of people told me I looked like Jaclyn Smith (I wish) but I really think it was just my hair...

Image may contain: Sherri Sutton Goode

I can see it! Not just the hair, but the eyes and cheekbones, too!

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You know often as we lose weight people will say " Why you look like. your own daughter, now that you have lost so much weight? I am starting to look like my own mother, who was 87 when she died! I must be doing SOMETHING wrong!👈😕👉

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When I was skinny I was told often I looked like Zooey Deschanel. Also basically any famous woman with bangs. lol.

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Oh she is a very pretty and talented young lady, it is nice to be her double.

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