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Katy Perry vs. Zooey Deschanel

And so the week rolls on. I know this will be mainly Al and me, but I don't really care. 




Here's a picture of Katy Perry:




think fast! if you just glossed mindlessly over that pic, would you think- hmm, Zooey? SEE:






I CHALLENGE YOU TO SCROLL UP AND DOWN 500 TIMES IN A ROW. IT'S LIKE AN OPTICAL ILLUSION. 


that being said, people have long asked- or since either of these two were present in mainstream's consciousness- WHO CAME FIRST? Chicken, or egg? Battleship or Monopoly? Do not Wikipedia the last question! I don't want to know! A lot of people have accused them of having the same style. Eh. A lot of hipsters have it- trust me, I see it everyday. 


here's two more pics of the girls for you to see: (EYE CANDY, AM I RIGHT?) 




PENSIVE ZOOEY:  "where is M. Ward and his guitar when I need them?"


as opposed to


SULTRY KATY:  "Robyn! LET'S GO TO CRACKER BARREL!"


fact:  Katy Perry LOVES Cracker Barrel
but be honest with me, WHO DOES NOT


(probably Robyn. those Swedes like the darnedest things.)






I don't know if Zooey would like Cracker Barrel though. I'm pretty sure she's really not into gluten.


EW GLUTEN



let's talk about more things:  Katy Perry has a cat, Kitty Purry. What does Zooey have?

....

ZOOEY HAS A DOG. SHE WINS. THE END.

dogs > cats forever



question:  DESERT ISLAND, YOU HAVE TO BRING ONE. Katy Perry or Zooey Deschanel? I bring Zooey because she sings and acts AND does a lot of social media. Katy Perry is hilarious, but she's not my bag per se. However, if someone was like "Brittany you have to bring either Connie Chung or Katy Perry on this island with you" I'd be like "KATY PERRY MOS DEF." 

Comments

  1. I would take Katy (sorry) because I know that eventually she'd have a nervous breakdown and then we would have crazy rough sex.

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  2. NOT SURPRISED BY THIS ADMISSION

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  3. /must remember to bring hand cuffs

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  4. @ Cara Not surprised either

    @ Brittany Optical Illusion FTW

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  5. Mike actually did that for like five minutes yesterday. I was proud.

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