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the eric update - day 248: separated at birth?

after 248 days, i think odin and kris are more and more like they were, er, separated at birth. of course, they really were, but you know what i mean.

it's been noted that "...mothers and fathers are very inept at detecting themselves in their offspring...", which i guess that must be true, because i think he looks a lot more like kris than myself but she isn't sure she sees much of a resemblance at all.

i tried to get kris to stick her finger in her mouth for a more direct comparison, but for some reason she wouldn't play along.

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3/09/2005 06:24:00 PM 1 comments


I desparately tried to comment on this AGES ago, but was unsuccessful. Grr. Argh.

Anyhow, I think for the sake of accuracy and to be as unbiased as possible, you're really going to have to post a similar pic of you and Odin side by side. The lone picture, albeit beautiful, does not lend itself to proper scientific comparison.

That is all :)


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