on June 8, 2014
First one who says “PHOTOSHOPPED!!!” will win a golden iPad.
Here you go: http://on.fb.me/1ozKac1
Except for the John Travolta pic.
sooo… “ordinary american”= fat and ugly american? is that what you want to tell with this picture?
You see only one picture?
“More than two-thirds of U.S. adults are overweight or obese” http://frac.org/initiatives/hunger-and-obesity/obesity-in-the-us/.
So yeah, pretty much.
Is it just me, or does “ordinary diCaprio” look a lot like “famous Jonah Hill”?
Another years old funny pic.
the picture with horses, I know one is Sarah Jessica Parker, the other one is a horse, but I can’t tell which is which! Do horses paint finger nails?
LOL… I was thinking the same thing
Since when is prince William and Kate American?
As soon as the UK leave the EU they will become the newest overseas state of the USA.
Like Hawaii. But with ugly people and bad food.
Ok, so ordinary Jennifer Anistan looks like Kathleen Turner; ordinary Britney Spears looks like Courtney Love; ordinary Kim Kardashian, Rihanna and Sarah Jessica Parker looks waaaaaaaay better than their celebrity selfs; ordinary Gwyneth Paltrow looks like Nancy Grace; ordinary Brad Pitt looks like Tommy Lee-Jones and ordinary John Travolta looks like James Gandolfini.
That’s not Johnny Depp, that’s Ron Jeremy.
Sarah Jessica Parker actually looks nice in her pic, but who’s the red-haired lady posing with her?
Somehow LandLord is crazy as hell with his gold ipad
Why almost all people on those pictures are so fat? “ordinary americans” are so fat? Meh.
tom cruise looks so happy in his first picture, and even more so in his second, fat, picture – happy almost like, like… like a simpleton would be
I was thinking only about half were photoshopped, the rest look posed.
Guys! That’s what they look like without their make-up!
SO NO ONE REALIZES THAT’S LINDSAY LOHAN LOOKS LIKE LIZA MINNELLI !
I can’t tell which horse in the photo is supposed to be Jessica Parker–they both look the same.
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