Separated at Birth?

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4 Responses to Separated at Birth?

  1. Brian says:

    I don’t get it…is it because they’re both ambitious, good at what they do, highly successful, and in shape?

  2. Greg Forster says:

    I nominate Yzma for the 2009 edition of the Jay P. Greene’s Blog Humanitarian of the Year Award for her contributions to the field of potion-making, especially the development of the spicy chicken potion.

  3. Ryan says:

    I think Yzma was better known for her llama potion than her spicy chicken potion, but she was good at the llama potion, that’s for sure. I don’t know if it improved the general welfare of the consuming public, though, although the emperor did seem to have quite a turnaround because of it. Based on the effect to the empire, you’re probably right and she deserves it.

  4. Greg Forster says:

    Yes, the llama potion was better known, but the spicy chicken potion did more good for the world. The reason it’s not better known is because Al Copeland stole it.

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