I was in Singapore once (I live in Australia born in England) on a tour bus and an Italian lady stopped me as I was walking past her in the aisle. She managed to get across to me (in broken English) that she wanted a photo of me. 'Weird'... I thought to myself but when we stopped at the first tourist site, I got the full explanation. Apparently she had nearly fainted as I looked exactly like her daughter (back in Italy) and she thought her daughter had come to surprise her. Well, there I was posing for a strange old couple from Italy in an orchid garden in Singapore.
Also in high school I was told the picture on the Jane Austen book we were reading looked just like me (I don't quite agree with that one though)
If life gives you lemons, you should make lemonade... And try to find somebody whose life has given them vodka, and have a party.
Posted 15 November 2012 - 11:41 AM
OverSword, on 14 November 2012 - 10:29 PM, said:
I guess fat guys trying to use a beard to make it look like they have a chin haven't changed much in the last few hundred years.
Unfortunately not everyone is born with aesthetically pleasing features, I think the beard is a excellent solution. My Husband is not fat, but does not have a chin without a beard (didn't know this until he shaved for the wedding) YIKES!! Please grow the beard back!!! I wish I could grow a beard to cover the wrinkles...I'm young, give me time