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  1. Irene, our daughter as a teenager. She was 'enamored' by Boy George. [I have to admit I liked his song...Do you really want to hurt me?

    Anyway, she spent hours in front of the mirror making herself up to look like Boy George.

    This was about 1984/1985



    ~Anni

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  2. And look like him she did. Uncanny. :)

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  3. Wow, she did a great job.

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  4. I liked his songs as well.

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  5. Not bad, she did look like GM! Oh the great 80s!

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  6. That is hilarious. I just remembered that I too did that in the 6th grade.

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  7. Too funny. I remember Boy George...great shot. Happy WW:)

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  8. She did a good job! She could be his sister!

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  9. Anni,

    Wow! Irene really knew how to make herself up to look like Boy George. Michelle didn't do that, but she did like his music.

    I have posted an update on Aunt May. She is failing a little this afternoon. Mom & I are going up to sit with her into the night.

    Blessings,
    Mary

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  10. Hi Anni!
    Your daughter is beautiful..
    Love her eyes! :0)

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  11. She did a wonderful job!! I loved his songs too!
    Happy WW!

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  12. She did a great job ofit. Culture Club were'nt my thing though.... Happy WW

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  13. Yes indeed.Truly a Boy George look alike:)so nice! So 80's? :) happy WW!

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  14. Uncanny resemblance! What does she think of her look now? Thanks for visiting and Happy WW!

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  15. That is truly uncanny! Not sure I'd want to look like Boy George but still!!

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  16. and a darn good job she did impersonating him...

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  17. The instant I looked at that picture I started humming, Karma Chameleon. The 80's kinda make me glad my mom isn't one for taking pictures. Very little evidence left of the strange things I did then.

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  18. Uncanny. And, I think if you grew up in the 80's...who didn't like Boy George?

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  19. Thanks everyone. Your comments, I appreciate!!!

    ~Anni

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  20. Wow! She really did a great job!

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  21. BooksPlease11/19/2008

    Thanks for visiting my blog - your daughter looks much better than Boy George!

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  22. Wow, very convincing costume :)!

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  23. that's is a good look-alike!

    Here's my entry. Happy WW!

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  24. That brings back my junior high time warp. Great Lool Alike and Photo

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  25. That is dedication! Happy WW.

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  26. Hi, she is like his twin sister :-) I also liked Culture Club and Boy George.

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  27. Hi Anni,

    I'm with the San Antonio Conventions and Visitors Bureau and would love to talk with you more about you travels and any experiences that you may have had in San Antonio, but I can't seem to find your contact information on your page. Can you please email me at your convenience at tschaeffer@vmfoundry.com.

    Thanks!
    Taylor

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  28. They could be twins! :)

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  29. Very funny picture. I love the '80s, but never really liked Boy George. I have to say, though, the girl pictures as Boy George is SO much more beautiful than he ever was. hehe

    Happy WW!

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  30. Would not have believed it if I didn't see it! Amazing.

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  31. Uncanny resemblance.

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  32. Ah ... the things we did for 'love' when we were young! The resemblance IS uncanny ;--)
    Hugs and blessings,

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  33. Thank you for visiting my blog.
    I have no idea who "Boy George" is but your daughter is pretty.

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  34. She did a really good job!! Now was that for Halloween or a random Saturday night?

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  35. Oh wow, she really did look just like him, didn't she! I remember the family that use to live across the street years ago...they had a daughter that was around 13 at that time (1984/85)and she was Boy George crazy as well. Her bedroom walls were plastered with BG posters and all she would play was his music. I actually loved a few of his songs as well:-) xoxo

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