10 things Warren mayor Jim Fouts looks like


Warren mayor Jim Fouts.
  • Warren mayor Jim Fouts.
Audio recordings of Warren mayor Jim Fouts allegedly using the n-word, c-word, and saying “blacks do look like chimpanzees” were released today by the lovely Motor City Muckracker.

Obviously, Jim Fouts is saying that these leaked recordings are not him, but it still didn't stop us (and the Internet) from thinking of things that Jim Fouts looks like. Enjoy!

1. Mr. Burns from The Simpsons
Most obvious choice.

2. This guy from Poltergeist 2

3. A naked mole rat
The flapping skin really draws the comparison.

4. Gollum from The Lord of the Rings
Terrifyingly accurate.

5. Voldemort
A very, very, bad wizard.

6. Also, Voldemort after Harry kills him in the last movie
You can't un-see this stuff, folks.

7. Dwight Schrute
Forever the Assistant to the Regional Manager.

8. This cartoon vulture

9. The Crypt-Keeper
Almost too realistic.

10. And finally, Predator from Alien vs Predator
This is a strange time to be alive, folks.

Honorable Mentions:
Darth Vadar without his mask on, Roger Klotz from "Doug," Skeletor, and a praying mantis.

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