Saturday, October 25, 2008

Next Season's Dancing with the Stars??



One of my regular readers, Lillie, sent this to me and I couldn't resist sharing it. I have nothing more to say about it, except that whoever Photo-shopped this together did a great job. The heads look like they really belong to the bodies.

Unless perhaps Obama and Palin have "plans" after the election?

16 comments:

  1. Looks thoroughly convincing, doesn't it?
    No accounting for their talent! LOL.

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  2. They look great together! Who would've known?!

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  3. I discovered this recently:
    http://photoshopdisasters.blogspot.com/
    It's worth a look! I think they did a frighteningly good job with Obama&Palin photo though...

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  4. Excellent! It's amazing what they can do with Photoshop.

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  5. how doing one for Brown and Darling?
    Second thoughts...
    Perhaps not-no-one would visit the blog again.

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  6. lol>>omgosh!!! BRING IT ON...SHOW US YOUR METAL AND WHAT YOU ARE MADE OF...

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  7. That's so funny! It captures them perfectly. Reminds me of the funny email pictures that came around of Clinton as a woman (he made a really good woman!) and Bush as a monkey.

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  8. Hahaha excellent!
    And it reminded me of Tina Fey's absolutely perfect impression as Palin on Saturday Night Live!
    Have you seen it? Hilarious!!

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  9. She should stick to dancing and he can then be president! Is this one of the outfits that she spent $150,000 on?

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  10. I had to look twice its pretty good.

    Gill in Canada

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  11. I still love this every time I see it.

    Sums up the campaign -- the two stars.

    Can't wait until Tuesday.

    BTW -- are you going to submit an entry for my mommy blogger carnival? http://www.amodernmother.com/2008/10/the-carnival-of.html

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  12. that Obama-Palin dancing with the stars photo is a comedic work of art

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