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Annie, get your gun!

September 18, 2008

fashion-annie-musical-200.jpg Blog Guy, I was mugged at gunpoint. I’m ashamed to go to the police because, well, I think it was a chick who played Annie in that Broadway musical. It was a nightmare!

You were mugged by a nine-year-old?

No, this one is all grown up now. But I’d know that red hair and chipper voice anyplace!

Okay, I’m on it. Below we have a compilation of what the people who played Annie would look like today. Except for Sarah Jessica Parker, who is like over 40 and probably doesn’t need to mug folks for a living.

When do you think she’ll be arrested?

Tomorrow.  So ya gotta hang on till tomorrow… Come what may…

The nightmare is starting all over again!

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above: Cast members Marissa O’Donnell and Sandy from the musical “Annie,” in a 2005 file photo.  REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni

below: Model wears a creation by designer Miguel Palacio during spring/summer 2009 show at the Cibeles Madrid Fashion Week, September 16, 2008. REUTERS/Juan Medina

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Isn’t that what you wear at a party when your “DRUNK”??

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No, that’s what you wear when you want to be mistaken for a nuclear mushroom cloud! DEVASTATE your next party with this awesome do!

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Although many children with famous parents easily cash in on family fame, the daughter of Bozo the Clown was not so easily accepted in the socially elite circles of Hollywood….

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Finally, an easy and simple way to dust the ceiling fans! Can someone get a heads up to Billy Mays about this?

 

I wondered where Carrot Top stored his props…in his younger, better-looking sister’s hair!

 

Didn’t the Queen Mother wear that hat in about 1968?

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