This Woman Had Way Too Much Fun With A Cardboard Cutout Of Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson

By: 01.03.14  •  23 Comments

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Cardboard cutouts of the Rock either doing the People’s Eyebrow or at least wearing an unbuttoned leather vest used to be ubiquitous in nearly every mall in America. Now, some young (CM) punk has taken over, and the only place you can buy a life-sized Rock is on the Internet, at every WWE event, or in Idaho, apparently, because that’s where Reddit user MariettaLittlelamb hails from, and she’s been having some with her Dwayne.

She uploaded nearly two dozen photos of herself posing with the Rock while the two are having some of the best/worst pun-based fun one can have with a cardboard wrestler, like ROCK climbing and ROCKin’ horse. Fake Rock is actually more likable and charismatic than real Rock was in Tooth Fairy.

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