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Celebrity Anus

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Contestants must correctly identify famous people only by looking at photographs of their anuses.

"Brad Pitt?"

"I'm sorry, Larry, that's Jay Leno. -1, Nancy, your turn - name that anus!"

tatterdemalion, Jan 28 2012

Celebrity_20Stools [hippo, Jan 29 2012]

Famous_20Anus [hippo, Jan 29 2012]

Bowel_20habits_20of_20the_20stars [hippo, Jan 29 2012]


       I'm all for expressive freedom and unfettered creativity, but some ideas are best left unposted, my friend.
Alterother, Jan 28 2012

       sp. unfetid creativity.
spidermother, Jan 28 2012

       "...Why yes, that is obviously - hey, wait a minute! What the heck is that gerbil doing in there?..." I have a suspicion you are going to have a rough time pitching this one to the network executives (don't quit your day job)!
Grogster, Jan 29 2012

       "Michael Moore is correct! Truly an anus horribilis."
spidermother, Jan 29 2012

       How do you propose to get these pictures? Unless you're Kim Kardashian closeups of the anus aren't usually posted on the front page of a star's resume.
doctorremulac3, Jan 29 2012

       You could just lie about the pictures.
bungston, Jan 29 2012

       //You could just lie about the pictures// works only with non-litigious celebrities.
mouseposture, Jan 29 2012

       Use Made up celebrities. “That looks to me like Denise P. MacGerald, international roller hockey star”. “Sorry, no points. It's heavy metal bassist Ethel Ungulatant. Better luck in the Ordinary Member of the Public Belly Button round”.
pocmloc, Jan 29 2012

       //Ethel Ungulatant// Famously litigious. Sometimes went even further. The editorial offices of Gleanings in Bee Culture were firebombed following publication of an unflattering photo.
mouseposture, Jan 29 2012

       Not the same person at all. Must be an unfortunate coincidence. All our celebrites are guaranteed 100% made up.
pocmloc, Jan 29 2012

       That was Ethel's beef with Bee Culture. He hated being photographed without makeup.
mouseposture, Jan 29 2012

       "We came, we saw, we clicked the link."   

       After that, nothing but regrets. [-}
8th of 7, Jan 29 2012

       Sorry to see that [hippo] was forced to go rummaging around in the bowels of the bakery to prove this was halfbaked already. Poor guy.
blissmiss, Jan 29 2012

       I think this is a little different than any of those. Perhaps it could be one of the games on Famous Anus.   

       Regards the issue of obtaining material, of course this program will be such a monstrous hit that the rich and famous will be lining up to submit their buttholes for consideration.
tatterdemalion, Jan 29 2012

       [-] If I wanted to look at a bunch of famous assholes, I'd just turn on Jersey Shore.
ytk, Jan 30 2012

blissmiss, Jan 30 2012

       Jennifer Aniston
rcarty, Jan 31 2012

       Is here?
blissmiss, Jan 31 2012

       Is this the O'Reilly Factor?
RayfordSteele, Feb 01 2012

       /Famous Anus/ competition would have a cup for the winners.   

       Otherwise known as the FA cup.
Ling, Feb 03 2012

       I inadvertently stole [MaxwellBuchannan]'s line above, and later stumbled upon his original via the random button. I won't bother posting a link; anyone interested can look up his anus horribilis.
spidermother, Feb 03 2012

       In just 28 years it is projected there will be 9otherwise Billion people living on planet Earth.   

       4.5 BILLION are projected to be living in seriously malnutrition.   

       Thank the stars we have everyone on the case.   

       No low cost food domes, no simple water stills.   

       A celebrity butt identifier. Bravo!
Zimmy, Feb 04 2012


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