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... I am a moustache model for the local barber's students. It's the only job where "coarse" and "thick" are considered complimentary!
The only contemporary I ever envied in this world was Elizabeth Jones, who was unable to receive her PhD in person as she was booked to appear in the Miss Universe finals on the same day.
Quote from: alancalverd on 09/11/2014 08:20:28The only contemporary I ever envied in this world was Elizabeth Jones, who was unable to receive her PhD in person as she was booked to appear in the Miss Universe finals on the same day. It's funny, though, when most people hear about something like that, their reflexive reaction is "That's not fair!" because it seems that people should not be endowed with more than their share of remarkable qualities.
I picked those faces that "looked intelligent" and 9 times out of 10 it turned out that I had picked a woman with a higher degree or major professional qualification,
I think it would be pretty easy to pick an intelligent woman from their profile picture, you just follow this guide:No bleached hair unless not noticeably bleached i.e they look ScandinavianNo hair extensions unless tasteful or not noticeably fakeNo excessive make-up or jewelleryAn interesting or subtle sense of style in their clothing choice Hair looks natural in colour and lengthNo silly or appeasing expressions No solicitous or overly sexual expression No indicator of following any kind of fad or fashion e.g. posing with a sedated tiger/parachute jump photo and/or doing the duck face etc.
Maybe her PhD is in business or something not exactly, 'academic.'
Self-portrait of a Purcell fan, perhaps?