TAYLOR LAUTNER AND FRIEND: TOO CUTE FOR WORDS

Our skillful comrade in blogging, Stephen Saban of The WOW Report, noted an uncanny resemblance between this sweet fuzzy squinty animal (what exactly IS this? A young Llama?) and “Twilight” hottie Taylor Lautner. Do you agree?

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Posted by Janet on March 16, 2010

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  1. By cal
    On March 16, 2010 at

    hehe

  2. By Reta
    On March 16, 2010 at

    Yes, they sure as hell DO resemble each other, altho the animal is actually CUTE whereas the human squinting creature looks like he’s in severe pain or needs glasses or both. Don’t see what the big deal is over this young guy, can’t even SEE his eyes!!

  3. By kiss a frog
    On March 16, 2010 at

    Do ‘Teeny-boppers’ (or whatever they are called) really dig this below-average looking kid?

  4. By Dragonfly
    On March 16, 2010 at

    This is the funniest thing ever. They do look alike.

  5. By Cassidi
    On March 16, 2010 at

    Oh, I thought that was his werewolf costume for Twilight. Oops!

  6. By captain america
    On March 17, 2010 at

    these pictures tell the truth about american celebrities.
    THEY EVEN LOOK LIKE LAMA’s.

    (this boy is a BIG joke)

  7. By pinkstar
    On March 17, 2010 at

    I am so sick of looking at this fake indian

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