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KP: Sportswriter, QA Engineer… Curling Champion?

By |2017-08-25T17:35:17+00:00February 20th, 2010|5 Comments

An inquiry was recently dropped in my direction – that perhaps I was living a secret life as a curling legend from Norway.

It’s true that in the mutt-like state of me, I am part-Norwegian – but on top of everything else I do, have I been taking overnight flights to Vancouver to become a key member of the Norwegian curling team?  Well… uh… you be the judge – what do you think?


Left Photo Credit: AP/Robert F. Bukaty — Right Photo Credit: The Wife

What’s the REAL truth?  I’ll never tell!

Either way – I’ll tell you this – I could SO rock those pants.

Hell, I was one of the few, the proud that owned Zubaz as a kid.

If you liked this look-a-like post – and overall enjoy trying to discover “who looks like who” – then feel free to check out my Lazy Halloween Costumes Look-A-Likes post from last October.

Who in sports or entertainment have you been told that you look like?

In the meantime, TWHS looks forward to any comedic comments that may come our way (regarding this post) below.

Credit: I’d like to credit good friend Scott G. for discovering this image on boston.com and making the connection to me.  I’m so sorry that I could come to your mind that easily, Scott!

On Left above: Haavard Vad Petersson

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  1. admin February 26, 2010 at 10:34 AM

    Scott —
    It is pretty crazy, I admit… I actually was looking to see if I could find Norway on TV in curling because I wanted to see the guy live…

    Ha ha, don’t give away my secrets!

    I know, isn’t it? It’s pretty unreal…. someone at work actually asked me if I ‘photoshopped’ that image… I obviously told him NO, that it was legit…funny.


  2. Wendy February 26, 2010 at 6:18 AM

    That is hysterical!

  3. Downstairs Joe February 22, 2010 at 9:53 AM

    I think I’ve seen you in those pants

  4. Scott G February 21, 2010 at 8:36 PM

    The resemblance was too uncanny to miss.

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