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PrezBo Hits it Big

A photograph of PrezBo’s face lands itself on Wikipedia’s homepage as the featured picture of the day. He appears pensive and distinguished—concerned about the Core, financial aid, and diversity all at once—while his coif remains perfectly intact. Ain’t he a beaut?

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  • yo! says:

    @yo! this obsession with prezbo is ridiculous.

    1. Agreeing says:

      @Agreeing Particularly since the man hasn’t even been able to bring himself to apologize for screwing up GS Class Day. The diversity of the GS Class of 2012 isn’t the “right” sort of diversity, I guess. Stay classy, sir.

  • Offensive says:

    @Offensive His Wikipedia entry mentions absolutely nothing about his hair. I’m flagging it.

  • Haha says:

    @Haha Now I have a PrezBoner…

  • This made me laugh. says:

    @This made me laugh. I love you, Bwog!

  • haha says:

    @haha hilarious! esp “behind blue eyes”

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous fuck him

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous it’s his birrrthhdayyyy

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous Prezbo article again? This is getting PrezBoring

  • i noticed that says:

    @i noticed that the picture from the day immediately before is of a warthog.

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous HE IS DISGUSTING.

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