One thing you won’t see too much of on this site is pictures of me. I’m really not a fan of having my photo taken, probably because I tend to look like a deer in headlights in photos. If you feel the same way you might want to check out this how-to-look-better-in-photos guide.
It also has helpful comparison photos (good look, bad look). Think Clint Eastwood (squint) and E.T. (forehead forward).
Would love to see some before and after shots of regular people, not the New York Times’ . . .
I have a friend who has another friend with my name. So my friend has two friends named Danielle, and we occasionally run into each other at different parties. Let’s call us Danielle A and Danielle B.
Whenever I see Danielle B, I a) remember that we’ve met and share a name, and thus b) remember her name. Easy, right? Right. Except that whenever I see Danielle B, she’s like, “Nice to meet you, I’m Danielle. What’s your name again?” and I’m like, “Are you kidding me?”
So. It appears that forgetting someone’s name – even if you share that name – . . .
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