Font of every blessing

Okay, not every blessing, but this works for me:

Zooey Deschanel and Katy Perry

(From meme-meme.org. Previous my-don’t-they-look-alike coverage here.)

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11 comments

  1. Lisa Paul »

    8 August 2011 · 8:16 pm

    Zooey needs to fire her publicist and hire you. Because you are doing more to keep her constantly in the public eye than whatever agents/publicists/handlers she may currently have on staff.

  2. Brian J. »

    8 August 2011 · 8:20 pm

    <meow!>

    I dunno. With those lines at the corners of her eyes these days, I’d say she’s more of a serif font.

    </meow!>

  3. CGHill »

    8 August 2011 · 8:32 pm

    On the other hand, if her publicists weren’t constantly busy, I wouldn’t have all these photographs.

  4. KingShamus »

    8 August 2011 · 9:23 pm

    Zooey >>>>> Katy.

    It had to be said.

  5. Tatyana »

    8 August 2011 · 9:28 pm

    is there an emoticon for “thumb down”?

  6. CGHill »

    8 August 2011 · 9:33 pm

    (n) is occasionally used for that function; its inverse is (y). I have no idea why. I’m thinking the broken-heart symbol (</3) would work just as well.

  7. Tatyana »

    9 August 2011 · 6:30 am

    that was a rhetorical “?”

  8. CGHill »

    9 August 2011 · 6:55 am

    Now and then, I become infuriatingly literal-minded. Keeps people on their toes.

  9. McGehee »

    9 August 2011 · 10:30 am

    They don’t look a thing alike! Katy isn’t wearing bangs!

  10. Tatyana »

    9 August 2011 · 10:55 am

    …let alone other, more subtle differences

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    14 August 2011 · 9:17 pm

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