ha ha, no kidding!The images are created by superimposing the celebrities' heads on to photographic images of bodybuilders.
The shots also show how photo trickery can truly transform the look of a person.
the results show the stars as they could look as a serious athlete.
Does anyone actually care any more? I’m a little fed up of seeing the same old rubbish day in and day out.. i do not mean this paper is rubbish but how individuals behave, if she disappeared tomorrow, ask yourself... would you care?
Click to rate Rating 10- Ken Smith, Swindon, Wilts, 28/11/2008 16:25
RIP Robertson's jam. A truely British institution and victim of the PC brigade.
Click to rate Rating 62 - Joe McCann, Manchester, 08/12/2008 03:15
Wha?The Speaker of the House of Commons does not Know his job,
And the Heritage of BRITAIN is being lost?.
Just drop the GREAT IN BRITAIN and have done with it?.
People don't want it with jam anymore?.
Click to rate Rating 27- John.L., Scarborough N.YKS. U.K., 7/12/2008 18:20
I purchased Mr. Robertsons Alvis TD21 in 1962 after he changed his car. It is still in perfect working order, his products were fine examples of English or British quality. I wonder if anyone on the nulabor boat know either products which show just how low they have dragged a once wonderful country. Long live Golden Shred.
Click to rate Rating 11- gerald smith, managua nicaragua, 7/12/2008 21:21
arf!To true it should be axed if its been on the shelf for 144 years. Its got to be off by now. yuk
Click to rate Rating 218- William Swithin, expat/Thailand, 7/12/2008 16:33
Nice one MartyIt's quite democratic. As people buy the company's Hartley's brand more than their Robertson's jam, it has declined.
If you think a particular brand of jam in some way typifies British culture, I suggest you should have bought it more at the time. People didn't, so it is being rebranded.
Click to rate Rating 6- Marty, Manchester, 7/12/2008 18:14
The thing is, if you were feeling off colour and[…]