One of my friends emailed me (and a large group of my friends) earlier today with an image of a banner ad:
Even my husband thinks this is the top of my head. If it isn't me (from a few years ago when my hair was shorter), I have a clone out there with the same right forehead cowlick and bump under the right eyebrow and close-set eyes (way to make myself sound hideous). I can't really recall taking a picture like this, but it's possible. I've been searching through the photos I have and I can't find anything like it, but who knows?
So, I kind of have a few questions/requests:
1. If you have access to some stock imagery and can find the full face of this person and prove that it is not me, I will be grateful.
2. If you can use awesome Google-fu to locate where they found this face (mine or not) on the web, I will be grateful.
Since I can't currently prove that it is me, I suppose I'm not too concerned about it, but if I were, how could I get some satisfaction? I can't help thinking of this story
. I'm waiting to hear from the friend about which website this was found on.
I apologize for the rather self-serving nature of this, but it is perplexing me to no end and I'd rather not blame my expulsion from grad school on "spent too much time trying to find out if face was used in banner ad".