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Old 08-22-2008, 10:14 PM   #21
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I am just not even convinced this is the same person. I'd really like to see a pic before he went blond and started having work done.



in the second picture he looks like an ugly version of mariska hargitay from l & o

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Old 08-23-2008, 11:17 AM   #22
 
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ive been meaning to google kim vo so that i could see what his original face looked like.

i cant stand rene. i feel like hes trying too hard. too hard to be good looking (which is working quite well), too hard to match a catch phrase for himself. i can never remember if its "lets go shake" it or just "shake it..." either way im not impressed.
and the way he talks sometimes sounds like a 3 yr old with a french accent.
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"Hi hi" and "shake it shake it" make me want to "pukey pukey"
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"Hi hi" and "shake it shake it" make me want to "pukey pukey"
I hate the "hi hi"

I liked Kim Vo's comparison of one style to "taking a laxative and a sleeping pill in one night"
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I read somewhere that "hi hi" is actually "hej hej". It's Danish.
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Kim Vo's b4 pic is so cute. He looked like a real person, not now.
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I read somewhere that "hi hi" is actually "hej hej". It's Danish.
"hej hej" in danish translates to "hi hi" in english though.
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Yes, I know that. The point is that althought "hi hi" may not be a greeting used in the U.S., it is in Denmark. That's the reason why he uses it.
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I am just not even convinced this is the same person. I'd really like to see a pic before he went blond and started having work done.



in the second picture he looks like an ugly version of mariska hargitay from l & o
He really does have a very feminine face to begin with. I dont like it.
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Yes, I know that. The point is that althought "hi hi" may not be a greeting used in the U.S., it is in Denmark. That's the reason why he uses it.
my friend in elementary school used to always say "hi hi". everytime he says it i picture an 8 yr old little girl!
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Are grown men really running around Denmark doing the double hand flap and saying "hej hej"? Really? And what's the excuse for "shake it shake it?" It all just reeks of trying to hard to get my catch phrase on The Soup.

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Well, I worked with a guy from Denmark and I heard him say it a few times. But then again, he also just sat out in the open picking his nose and not caring who saw him, so maybe he isn't the best representation of Danish behavior!

ETA: Now that I think of it, maybe he actually picked it from RF.

Who the hell knows.
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