Aaron Rodgers’ Doppelgänger Traveled From London To Green Bay Seeking To Meet Him — He Did, And It Was Hilarious

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Tom Wrigglesworth, an English comedian, is lucky he lives in London as opposed to the United States, because if the latter was the case, people would likely mistake him for Aaron Rodgers wherever he went.

How do I know? Well, because after striking a bit of internet fame last March when sports blogs exploded with claims that Rodgers’ doppelgänger had been discovered, Wrigglesworth decided it was imperative to travel to Wisconsin and find out what all the hype was about.

He documented the exploits of his trip as he made his way around Green Bay with only one goal in mind: meeting Aaron Rodgers. The results were hysterical, as Wrigglesworth had a chance to perform a standup gig, was time and time again mistaken for the Packers’ quarterback and solicited for autographs, got treated to some traditional Lambeau Field hospitality, and eventually wound up meeting Rodgey and a bunch of his teammates–and none of them could get over the stark resemblance between the two.

It’s something you have to see to believe.

Going to Green Bay hoping to meet Aaron Rodgers and leaving with him telling people you’re his cousin. Sounds like a TFM to me.

Ashley Schaeffer is a senior contributing writer for Total Frat Move. If you thought he was a woman, he'll take that as a compliment, because he loves women. Wooh. He's proud to hold two degrees from Penn State, and certainly contributed to the university's reputable rankings in the party school category during his time there. He's even more proud to anchor the TFM News team. Feel free to hit up his pager or drop an email (SchaefferTFM@gmail.com) with any warranted leads, or just to shoot the breeze about Philly sports. In the meantime, drop by his dealership for great deals on gently used BMW's.

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