I don't know if I have mentioned previously, but I work at an advertising agency with approximately 90 employees (for those of you keeping score - that means 89 lucky people get to see my mug every morning). Being a relatively young office, we enjoy the occasional prank and humiliation of our officemates. Obviously, as evident by the pictures I have posted on this blog, I leave myself pretty wide open to these shenanigans.
In this past week's staff meeting, a presentation was given on emerging technologies and ways people communicate online. One piece of software shown was a face recognition software that would find "celebrity look-alikes". Sitting in the meeting as they discussed this I began to notice a few glances in my direction - maybe a few suppressed smiles and a giggle or two. I was a bit confused, do I have a boogie? Did I get ink on my face? Then, in front of all 90 employees - the following "celebrity look-alike" was displayed:
All I can say is that it isn't my fault I have the wonderful, glowing skin of a pubescent Asian girl. You should be so lucky, Reader.