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Real-Life McLovin’ Actually Works at Disney World on the Weekends — Dead Ringers?

Real-Life McLovin'
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It’s not too difficult to believe that a character like McLovin,’ made famous by Christopher Minz-Plasse in ‘Superbad,’ could actually exist in real life, but we may have found the most realistic-looking one to date — and he works at Disney World.

It seems like every town, city or what have you has its own McLovin’ look alike, but so far this is the closest we’ve come to capturing the true essence of the “Honolulu resident.” While a Redditer was down in Disney World for the Braves vs. Phillies game, he or she saw this guy riding his bike during his Disney World shift over the weekend.

So the next time you take a trip down to Florida, keep an eye out for the elusive McLovin.’ Perhaps he’ll bring you good fortune.

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