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Meet Chris O’Donnell’s creeper/pedo alter ego, Tiago Splitter

Meet Chris O'Donnell's creeper/pedo alter ego, Tiago Splitter

After watching the Warriors in battle with the Spurs for so long, I thought I was imagining things when I saw Chris O’Donnell on the court. Obviously it wasn’t him – it was Tiago Splitter. For those who know me, you know that I find a young, boyish-looking Chris O’Donnell to be the dreamiest guy ever. The odd thing is that although to me these two look so alike, Splitter really creeps me out. It might have something to do with that fuzzy strip below his nose…*shivers* Anyhow, I hope this provided some comic relief during your likely stressful day of finals studying or whatever it is you’re seeking to conquer next.

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