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When George O'Leary met a possibly-high Mickey Mouse

Two American icons, together for the first time. One is much more chill than the other.

Given that both the University of Central Florida and Disney World's Magic Kingdom are located in Orlando, it would be surprising if UCF's George O'Leary and Mickey Mouse hadn't run into each other at some point over the last couple years. Maybe at Publix, maybe at a Chili's. Maybe the two wound up together in a charity golf scramble. All towns are in some ways small towns, especially when you're as recognizable a citizen as an O'Leary or a Mouse.

And judging by this photo, it seems reasonable to guess that Mickey had experienced O'Leary's blast-furnace anti-charm, and perhaps took it upon himself to self-medicate before this particular encounter.

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It's hard to say it didn't work out for him. O'Leary (sitting directly in front of Mickey), sun-kissed as ever, has his signature Kidney Stone Face in effect, as he generally does. But Mickey ... I don't know, he just seems a little more chill than usual. Just very chill.

Image via Matt Fowler/Kneelift.tumblr.com

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