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Conan O’Brien Sorta Looks Like Finnish President Tarja Halonen

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Conan OBrien Sorta Looks Like Finnish President Tarja Halonen Conan OBrien Sorta Looks Like Finnish President Tarja Halonen

  • http://maniccomics.com Hjörtur Hjartarson

    HAHAHA!! Maybe the are the same person!

  • http://www.american-otaku.com alecho

    Gyahahahahaha! This blog post was simple, but I laughed hard at the pictures above :)

    • http://dummiesoftheyear.com Scholar Mel

      Simple post for a simpleminded scholar :-)

  • http://frigginloon.wordpress.com Frigginloon

    I’ll take Conan and raise you Duncan/Ayatollah

    http://frigginloon.wordpress.com/2011/02/19/ayatollah-imposter-revealed/

    • http://dummiesoftheyear.com Scholar Mel

      That was a doppelganger for sure :-)

  • http://addanaccity.com George

    Dag, they do look very similar. :)

  • http://www.comics.wombania.com Binky

    I think maybe Conan OBrien IS Finnish President Tarja Halonen.

  • http://thegoodgreatsby.com The Good Greatsby

    They do look similar. I would need to hear her tell a joke or see him lead Finland to really make an accurate judgment of whether they were the same person.

  • http://refrigeratormagnate.wordpress.com/ SpilledInkGuy

    Hahaha… are you a member of Team Tartar, Mel?! :)

    • http://dummiesoftheyear.com Scholar Mel

      What the heck is Team Tartar? Again, people, I was sheltered has a child and may need assistance in a few things. ;-)

      • http://refrigeratormagnate.wordpress.com/ SpilledInkGuy

        I think Conan had come up with a ‘Team Coco’ thing for his fans… sorry, Mel… that last comment wasn’t really worded to well… :)

      • http://refrigeratormagnate.wordpress.com/ SpilledInkGuy

        D-oh! I probably also should have mentioned I was trying to create a similar word play with ‘Tarja’ and Tartar… yikes… I’m really doing well today, aren’t I?! :)

      • http://dummiesoftheyear.com Scholar Mel

        an “H” changes the whole meaning of what I was trying to say. :-)

        Thanks for explaining your word play.

      • http://frigginloon.wordpress.com Frigginloon

        Blahahaha Spilled Ink, keep Mel guessing :)

      • http://dummiesoftheyear.com Scholar Mel

        I think maybe SpilledInkGuy should change his name to SpilledMilkGuy :-)

  • John Erickson

    I don’t know, I think she’s kinda hot in that Maggie Thatcher kind of way….

    • http://dummiesoftheyear.com Scholar Mel

      For those of us you don’t know Maggie Thatcher, here she is in all her hotness.

      • John Erickson

        Good Lord, are you people REALLY so young you don’t remember The Iron Lady? Good grief, what is this, a blog for 20-somethings?
        (Stomps off, grumbling about “young punks”.) ;)

      • http://frigginloon.wordpress.com Frigginloon

        Way top ostracize your readers Mel :) blahahaha

      • http://dummiesoftheyear.com Scholar Mel

        Attention all Dummy readers, I hereby ostracize you to Dummies of the Year! :-)

      • John Erickson

        Ostracized? I don’t feel long-legged or long-necked, but I have been flightless for a while….

      • http://dummiesoftheyear.com Scholar Mel

        Hardy-har-har ;-)

  • http://tmcomics.com Tony McGurk

    He does look like her. In drag. But I’m not sure if he’s in drag or she’s in drag. Is it that he looks like a woman or she looks like a man. I can barely tell them apart

    • http://dummiesoftheyear.com Scholar Mel

      Conan is not a real manly man but President Halonen is no where near womanly!

  • http://madhatters.me.uk/ Duncanr

    Recycling old blog posts – what a great idea !

    (wish I’d thought of it first)

    Most of the drivel I put up in Madhatters takes all of 5-10 minutes to dash off – without much thought (often spend longer trying to come up with a clever title than I do on the post itself).

    Yet occasionally I’ll take the time to compose something properly – doing background reading, planning the structure of the post, presenting the arguments in a logical manner, spending time to select just the right words to convey the meaning I intend, searching for just the right graphic to illustrate the post, only to find I get a dozen or more comments on something I spent 10 minutes on and no friggin comments on a post I spent 1/2 a day preparing. Ggrrrr – bloody readers !!!

    • http://dummiesoftheyear.com Scholar Mel

      From what I have seen most people don’t want to read a ton. They want to read something that is super quick.

      People don’t read blogs, they skim blogs.

      I know how you feel Duncanr. I have taken the time to write blog posts that I feel like I should have made money on.

      What do I get in return for all of that hard work? No comments and no money :-(

      Golden Rule of blogging: People love cotten candy :-)