Tuesday, March 22, 2011

An Excercise in Character Acting

It has been a while. So a few weeks ago I saw this post (WELL before Mackenna, I might add) and thought it would be fun to try. I've always been told I have an extremely expressive face and even used to entertain myself with that face as a child, so I thought I'd give it a go.

I knew I'd need some situations and so I drew upon the endless creativity of my lovely wife. The following are the situations and corresponding faces in order:

1. You're about to give a speech to the PTA when someone's cell phone goes off.
2. You're a child meeting a real live superhero.
3. Your blind date is going well until you realize that you're actually second cousins.

It seems to have turned out rather well, if I say so myself.


Trevor Kelley said...
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Andrea said...

Gah, apparently I was signed into your comedy account when I commented...sorry to creep you out with comments from yourself...

What I said, though, was:

You're so attractive, even with funny faces. I'm pretty sure I get each of these faces at least once a day from you. Lucky me!

I guess that's kind of a hilarious comment to receive from yourself...

M said...

I don't care if you saw it before me. I bet you looked at my post and said, "Oh yeah! I forgot all about my previous brilliant idea."
Soooooooooo you're welcome.

Kimberley said...

Bwahahahaha.....I have always enjoyed how expressive your face is. Especially when you were wee. How I love your handsome face.