February 21, 2013

"What If You Couldn't Just Say 'Cheese'?"

Oh! These photographic subjects have facial nerve problems. I thought they were completely normal people who resisted the manipulations of a professional portrait photographer.

9 comments:

Methadras said...

Ann, how do you feel now about your projected bigotry against people with partial facial paralysis and you chastising them on not smiling. For shame and how dare you and stuff. You see what I did right there?

Ann Althouse said...

"Ann, how do you feel now about your projected bigotry against people with partial facial paralysis and you chastising them on not smiling. For shame and how dare you and stuff. You see what I did right there?"

No. I didn't chastise them. Didn't say anything about not smiling. I suppose this relates to my support for same-sex marriage. Give it a rest.

Methadras said...

Ann Althouse said...

"Ann, how do you feel now about your projected bigotry against people with partial facial paralysis and you chastising them on not smiling. For shame and how dare you and stuff. You see what I did right there?"

No. I didn't chastise them. Didn't say anything about not smiling. I suppose this relates to my support for same-sex marriage. Give it a rest


Ah, but you don't deny you projected partial face paralysis bigotry. AHA!!! GOTCHA!!! Uh, actually I was just being a sarcastic asshole, but maybe your sarcasm meter got busted somewhere. And no, this in no way relates to your support for same sex marriage only because I don't care about your support for same sex marriage. And now I'm resting.

edutcher said...

I always said, "Fuzzy pickle".

Methadras said...

edutcher said...

I always said, "Fuzzy pickle".


I do sometimes say EAT ME only if there are no children around.

city said...

thanks for share.

Paul Kirchner said...

They look like they're making McKayla Maroney's "not impressed" face.

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EDH said...

I do hope they smile from within, and those closest to them see it when they do.