Scots girl’s knee looks like Donald Trump

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A SCOTTISH girl’s knee is causing hilarity online – because of its striking resemblance to US President Donald Trump.

Sarah McCall was taking a photo of her pal Jamielee Mitchell before a night out last night (Wed), when she noticed the similarity.

When Sarah pointed it out, she said the pair, both 21 and from Edinburgh, fell about laughing, before uploading it to social media.

It has already been shared by several viral Facebook pages, such as Glesga Boggin Banter.

Sarah uploaded it with the caption: “Am I seeing things or is that Donald Trump in Jamielee Mitchell’s knee.”

A SCOTTISH girl’s knee is causing hilarity online – because of its striking resemblance to US President Donald Trump.

Sarah said: “I noticed last night and we both just p***** ourselves with laughter.”

Jamielee’s knee is not the first thing to attract attention for looking like Trump.

Last month a hilarious picture taken in Nethy Bridge, in the Highlands, showed a red squirrel using its bushy tail to create a Donald Trump-style comb-over.

In October, a pumpkin carved into the shape of Trump’s face was dubbed “Donald Trumpkin” online.

Whilst in November, a golden pheasant at the Hangzhou Safari Park in China, went viral, because its blond hairstyle looked like Trump’s.

At the start of the year a tiny species of moth was even named Neopalpa donaldtrumpi, because its “golden flake” hair resembles the president’s.

After naming the moth after Trump, evolutionary biologist Dr Vazrick Nazari said: “With its hair tufts, its presence in US and Mexico, and its fragile habitat that needs conservation, I really did not have any choice with this one other than to name [the moth] after Mr. President-elect himself.

“Having a species named after you is almost always an honor, since your name becomes immortal in the scientific literature.”

“I am hoping that by appealing to Mr Trump’s good nature, the next administration will make an effort to continue protecting the fragile habitats in the US that are home to as of yet unknown species.

 
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