Cartoon Characters in Real Life.We haven't decided yet if people should be proud being featured in the next compilation. Perhaps not. Some people really do seem to do their best to look at some of the characters: with matching clothes, body type and even their make-up. But seriously though; would you be proud walking around like Southparks' Eric Cartman? Ned Flanders of the Simpsons? Or being compared to Mr Potato Head? You be the judge. Today we decided to make a huge compilation of people in real life looking a lot like the famous cartoon characters we see around. Enjoy and let us know what you think by leaving a comment in the section!
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