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09/14/2009 07:27 PM ID: 80686 Permalink   

Peter Griffin Double-Runs for Office


Ross Hussey, a councilor in the county of Omagh in Ireland, has decided to take advantage of his resemblance to the popular cartoon character Peter Griffin from Family Guy by using the character on his election posters.

The councilor says he wasn’t flattered by his resemblance to the overweight character, but did say: "I have watched it and we would have certain similar traits - that's all I'm prepared to admit to."

Mr. Hussey is awaiting for approval for the poster by the Unionist party and admitted, "to be perfectly honest, I didn't know who this Peter Griffin was until my 23-year-old nephew and young Ryan who works here pointed out a resemblance."

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that's the guy who's chin looks like a balls ...ha ha ha
  by: Hugo Chavez     09/14/2009 07:28 PM     
I love it, any politician who likes Family Guy is okay by me.

  by: NicPre     09/14/2009 07:42 PM     
  What the Deuce?  
  by: VermiciousG     09/14/2009 08:18 PM     
  This guy looks more like Peter  
  by: caution2     09/14/2009 08:19 PM     
  Well, What about this guy?  
  by: VermiciousG     09/14/2009 09:34 PM     
Couldn't stop myself.
  by: VermiciousG     09/14/2009 09:37 PM     
  Giddy up  
There is no trick too low, for a politician. Can't wait for Homer Simpson to run.
  by: kmazzawi     09/14/2009 10:17 PM     
  by: boaznjachin     09/15/2009 04:47 AM     
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