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    Re: Classify Gordon Ramsay

    Yep, some Borreby there I'd say.

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    Re: Classify Gordon Ramsay

    Brünn.

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    Classify Gordon Ramsay

    I am crap at this but my guess is anglo saxon.




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    Bruenn

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loftor View Post
    ...my guess is anglo saxon.
    He certainly uses plenty of.. er.. "Anglo-Saxon" in his vocabulary.

    In Phenotype however I think Brunn or Brunn+Borreby might be closer to the mark.

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    I agree with Brunn + Borreby.
    He reminds me of the American pro-wrestler Lex Luger.
    These types are very ugly, but more rugged and manlier looking than a shaved gorilla.

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