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Meme Of The Week: Celebrity Cyclops

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The newest experiment in terror to come from the imagineers on the Internets is this week's distraction, Celebrity Cyclops. A sordid little dish that you really should keep an eye on, two if you are lucky. Nothing surprises me anymore, from chicks with Steve Buscemi's eyes, female celebs with man chests and Nicolas Cage as everyone.

If think about it, a cycloptic actor wouldn't have a hard time in Hollywood, what with all the remakes going on, and it's not like someone with unique physical features can't get work. Look at Peter Dinklage or Christina Hendricks. Hell, as long the cycloptic thespian ended up being a hot chick with rocking cans, she could probably at least win a Golden Globe or make a sex tape.

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