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Thursday, March 20, 2008

If celebs moved to Ohio: a mass email worth opening

Posted By on Thu, Mar 20, 2008 at 7:46 AM

C-Notes couldn’t help but chuckle over the newest Ohio-centric e-mail forward making the rounds. Through artful and imaginative application of Photoshop, we get a harrowing vision of what celebs might look like if they relocated to the Buckeye state. It’s unknown if the original creators of the photos or perhaps the Powerpoint mavericks who created the slideshow came up with the Ohio dig, but it’s funny as hell regardless. We didn’t know Photoshop had an “add 20 pounds due to kolache consumption” tool. -- Tori Woods

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