What I Look Like

Apparently, the earlier you show your face, the less shocked people are with your appearance, and the less likely people are to associate their imagination’s version of your appearance with how you talk and act.

How I look right now: (I grew out my hair since uploading this photo but I’m too lazy to upload a newer photo of myself).

How I looked in 2009 when I received my Associates Degree in Studio Art:

Me with people I know that you can’t know anything about other than they are my best friend and two people I don’t talk to anymore:

This is minimal proof that I like people more than I let on.

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