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  • 4 People Look Exactly Like Famous Cartoon Characters

    4 People Look Exactly Like Famous Cartoon Characters

    Written by Carly Walker

     

    It is not uncommon for everyday people to look like celebrities. But it is pretty rare when people look like famous cartoon characters.

    Some of the cartoon characters these people look like are:

    • Ned Flanders
    • Woody from Toy Story

    Some of these people look exactly like the famous cartoon characters. While others just slightly resemble them.

    You can tell by looking at the person next to a picture of the cartoon character who they are supposed to be. Check out these 16 people who look exactly like famous cartoon characters.

    1. Remember the adorable and grumpy old man in the movie ‘Up?’ This man looks like the real life version, they have the same face and even the same glasses.

    2. If you are a fan of The Simpsons you will be able to guess who this man looks like. He looks exactly like Homer and Marge’s religious neighbor Ned Flanders. It is clear he is trying to be his twin with the hair, glasses and outfit, and he looks identical to him.

     

    3. This little boy looks so much like the little boy named Russell in the movie ‘Up.’ When he wears the boy scout uniform, he looks exactly like him.

     

     

    4. This boy definitely resembles Bobby Hill from ‘King of the Hill.’ It’s crazy how a human can have the exact same face as a cartoon, but this boy does. He also has a buzzcut to make him look even more like the character.

     

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  • Ethiopians Shave Heads to Mourn Fallen in Oromia and Amhara

     

     

    As protests continued to engulf parts of Ethiopia’s Amhara and Oromia regions this month, citizens have been shaving their heads as a sign of solidarity with jailed opposition leaders.

    People posted videos online of themselves shearing off their hair with electric razors in response to a letter smuggled out of prison by Oromo political leader Bekele Gerba and others. In some Ethiopian cultures, a shaved head is part of the mourning process after the death of a loved one.

    “They’re calling for mourning for those who are martyred, for visiting those who are in the hospital and to pay a visit to the families of the martyrs,” said Jawar Mohammed, executive director of the Oromia Media Network, a dissident satellite TV channel based in Minnesota broadcasting into Ethiopia.

    They're also pleading with the government and the international community to stop what he calls the "mass murder" of people.

    Human Rights Watch recently reported that more than 400 people have died since the anti-government protests started in Oromia last November. At least another 100 people died during another round of clashes between police and protesters earlier this month.

     

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