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Benjamin Geza Affleck is part Persian or Turkish, so perhaps OP is wrong.
I want to try IHOP's chocolate chocolate chips pancakes, but they're over 720 calories.
What should I do? I don't want to die before eating them.
Eat them, then kill yourself, R10.
That is actually a very good idea, r11!
Your words have convinced me.
No problem, R12, I live to serve you.
You idiots horrendously have too much time on your hands.
And some people say Dataloungers aren't nice.
His name is Ben Geza? LOL! Wait until Hillary and O find out - he'll never be spoken of again!
Where are the loaded potatoes!?
Some say the brown desert iguana holds up to two grams of gold in its intestines.
R11 lives to serve man.
R16 = the nasty freeper in the woodpile.
To Serve Man!
Oh, God! It's a cookbook!!
You white, you Ben Affleck, you retain water, you wear hair
You white, you Ben Affleck?
Me Japanese boy I love you!
Ben's mother's first name is Christopher. No lie.
You white, You Ben Affleck, You So Horny! You Love Me Long Time?
Ben Affleck is the white one.
Ugh, I so want to floss Seann William Scott's tonsils with my tongue. Then he can floss mine with his big fat Stiffler.
No be isn't, R26.
Role Models, crabby bitches, where Jane March had cocaine for breakfast and where Ben Affleck gave one of his best performances ever as an unseen punchline.
Ben Affleck is as black as chocolate chocolate chip pancakes.
Ben is 100% European, there is no Persian or Turkish in him.
[quote}Ethnicity: English, German, Scottish, Irish, Northern Irish, French, Swedish
"Family info: Ben Affleck is an American actor. Most of Ben’s father’s ancestry is English, with some German, Scottish, Northern Irish, French, and Swedish.
Ben’s maternal grandfather was of half German and half Irish ancestry. Ben’s maternal grandmother was from a family with roots in the American South, and appears to have been of English, as well as Scottish, descent.
Ben has stated in an interview that he would take his daughter to Ireland and Scotland to find their roots. Ben has the middle name Géza, which is a Hungarian name. He was named after a Hungarian friend of his parents, who was a Holocaust survivor. This was mentioned in an interview on Inside the Actors Studio.