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My Defective Ear

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A 366-day pursuit in personal portraiture, presented by nige.

The challenge: to photograph, and post to this moblog, a portrait shot of myself, every single day, over the next year. Apparently, it's much harder than it sounds...

Perhaps more challenging: that i don't enjoy seeing my phizog in a photo at the best of times, and knowing that i'm probably going to annoy the hell out of the moblog community in doing this. So, sincere apologies in advance for this undertaking, but i just can't help myself. I promise to try and be creative, so you won't have to look at my mug every day.

Anyone interested in joining me? I think i'm probably going to need the company...

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10th Sep 2007, 22:44   | tags:,,


Rich says:

ironically she was mentioned on some radio story about age discrimination and older people who just keep on going and not letting anything stop them only yesterday. Anything but a MASSIVE BRAIN HAEMORRHAGE, of course.

10th Sep 2007, 23:02

Alfie says:

There's a reason for post death jokes embargo - so the rest of us don't feel like bastards for laughing.

10th Sep 2007, 23:16

Rich says:

It's a vital part of the healing process, though.

11th Sep 2007, 00:25

nige says:

look her up CCCLXVI. she was a key figure in changing the face of modern UK retail business. a great loss, and Rich is right, thats pretty damn ironic.

11th Sep 2007, 20:36

OJ says:

She's been pretty good at talking about Hepatitis too. I don't know if that was implicated in the haemorrhage though.

I can't see any Body Shop products in that lineup Nige. You've gone upmarket with your Clinique.

16th Sep 2007, 22:37

WhoseShoes says:

Rich........... we can all laugh about our own deaths, just spare a thought for the relatives.

16th Sep 2007, 22:44

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