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People Share The Celebrities They Wish They Could Shrink Down And Carry Around With Them

Have you ever loved a celebrity or character so much that you wish you could just carry them around all day with you? Perhaps they could offer you some direction in life or help you realize what's important. Imagine any character giving commentary on your life and how fun that would be!

MattAttackGaming asks:

If you could have a miniature person on your shoulder that talks to you and gives advice, who would you choose?

The perfect narrating voice

David Attenborough

Then I could get fresh humorous and informative commentary wherever I go.

Someone to help you see the beauty around you

Bob Ross

Someone to keep you in check

Gordon Ramsay

Gives you good advice when you need the help and whips your ainto shape when he knows you're just f** around and wasting time.

A sassy dragon friend is never bad

Mushu from Mulan. "Dishonor on you, dishonor on your cow!"

It would always be a beautiful day in the neighborhood

Mr. Rogers, of course.

Someone to keep it real

Samuel L Jackson.

It'll just be a whole lot of "You dumb motherf**" all day

Easy exits

MacGyver. I could get out of any situation

A solid choice

Morgan Freeman. That voice is just too soothing to pass up

An entertaining choice

Owen Wilson, so whenever something interesting happens, he can say "wow"

The ultimate alliance

Would definitely choose Tyrion Lannister

It's always good to ask a friend

Christopher Walken is my obvious choice. He'll let you know when it's a good idea to stab a man in the face with a soldering iron.

Everyone needs a little Rose in their life

Betty White, obviously.

Definitely a good gym buddy

It that a tiny Arnold Schwarzenegger? Why yes it is.

Imagine having a wizard by your side

Ian McKellen. Gandalf's wisdom knows no bounds.

Someone who can guide you through the tough times

Bill Murray would be a phenomenal life coach

Knowledge is power

That guy who won Jeopardy like 50 times...then I'd know all of the things.

Everyone needs some music in their life

David Bowie, life would be so much more fun and interesting and beautiful and profound

Great advice, I'll take it

Tom Hanks, he is probably full of great advise.

You would be in for quite a ride

Danny DeVito of course.

Who wouldn't want portable advice in the form of music

Jack Black, and he'd have a guitar and sing his advice to me.

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