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Originally posted by Moonage
Finally something I can sink my teeth into. UFO's and NWO get tiring after a while. I liked this one so much, I had to blog on it myself.. So far, I'm not totally convinced it's not Elvis. As noted, he was an odd bird strung out on some pretty strong scripts towards the end.
Originally posted by Greenize
OMG that seriously made me want to blow groceries! I think thats more of a water buffalo toe!
Originally posted by Revealation
Definately a buffalo toe. Rolls off the tongue pretty good
Originally posted by talisman
Here is what he may look like without the beard.
Originally posted by Beamish
What a great thread to take us away from all of the doom merchants!
Heck, the similarities in the youtube vid are spooky. But wouldn't someone in the casting agency who handled the extras, not to mention the assistant directors and make-up department, have noticed that this guy looked awfully like the King? Elvis with a beard is Elvis with a beard.
And what about his voice? As he waited around for hours on set, surely he would have chatted to the other extras, told the caterers what he wanted for lunch as he queued, replied to the director as he was given direction? So wouldn't someone have detected a distinct similarity?
Saying that, I think its him, alright!
(Actually, I want it to be him, but in all honesty doubt that it is.)
The Elvis sandwich (sometimes simply "The Elvis") is a fried sandwich consisting of peanut butter, bananas, and sometimes bacon. It was supposedly one of Elvis Presley's favorite foods in his final years. The sandwich that has become known as the Elvis is simple to make. This recipe comes from his cook: Toast two slices of soft white bread in a toaster. Spread peanut butter on one slice, slice banana on top of the peanut butter, and cover with the other piece of toast. Fry the sandwich in a hot skillet with melted butter.