The Apprentice Lookalike Fun – Week 5

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kimberly The Apprentice 2009

You wanna see balls? Well, I’ll give you balls right now!

‘Business owner and believer that no dream is too big’ Kimberley Davis bears a canny resemblance to ‘1970s childrens’ dolls’ the Cabbage Patch Kids.

I guess you could say Kimberely wasn’t the first all-American, cotton-headed vegetable to grace our screens.

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11 Responses to “The Apprentice Lookalike Fun – Week 5”

  1. myopiniononstuff Says:

    Looks more like a cream puffin if you ask me.

  2. Mel Says:

    here you go Dave, the second photo down is an exact re-enactment of Kim in the boardroom.

    http://blog.geckogo.com/2008/08/best-places-to-see-atlantic-puffins/

    you’re welcome.

  3. Swineshead Says:

    Birth of the term: ‘cream puffin’

    Kimberly
    Ruudboy joins the mix and follows Kimberly, the roughest, toughest and creamiest puffin to ever cross the Atlantic. Will she ever live that quote down?

    From here:

    https://watchwithmothers.wordpress.com/2009/04/16/the-apprentice-who-will-win-week-4/

    I thankyou.

    *bows*

  4. Do I Not Like That! Says:

    Here is an interesting article about Pizza, which wwm’ers have debated occasionally.

  5. Do I Not Like That! Says:

    http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/life_and_style/food_and_drink/eating_out/article6155848.ece

  6. Swineshead Says:

    My brother – a kindly but eccentric man – likes burnt pizzas. He prefers his pizzas black and charred to properly cooked.

    Shall I have him put down?

  7. indy Says:

    Do I Not Like That! : thanks for the article.

    Swineshead: burnt pizzas are quite authentic. the ones you eat in italy are usually a bit more burnt than american doughy

  8. indy Says:

    Swineshead: give him a medallion. and buy him a beer the next time your out.

  9. Swineshead Says:

    Indy:

    Sensational!

  10. indy Says:

    swineshead:

    friend?! friend? friend?!
    *two thumbs up*

  11. myopiniononstuff Says:

    Fine.

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