Mug-Shot Monday: Something Funny Is Happening Behind the Camera
You spoke; we listened. Back by popular demand, welcome to this week's Mug-Shot Monday, a longstanding franchise focusing on the week's most eye-catching mugs from South Florida's tat heads, tough guys, derp faces, and femmes fatale.
Just Clowin' Around Your eyes do not deceive. That appears to be some clown make-up still caked around this jester's face. And . . . uh . . . that might be some white face paint crusted there in his nostrils, right? Sure. Face paint. White, powdery face paint. Also, he seems a little freaked out by whatever is happening behind the camera.
"Barber, Give Me Something Like Luke at the Battle of Yavin." It's getting hard here to make esoteric Star Wars-based jokes when the guy you're talking about seems completely distracted by whatever is going on behind the camera . . .
Alright, Enough. What the flapjack is going on back there? This is like the suitcase in Pulp Fiction, it's really screwing up the plot not knowing what the big deal is.
Book By It's Cover If this guy doesn't either have an MFA in some studio art or a deep knowledge of craft beer, I don't know how to read a face.
"Yeah I'm Lookin' At You" And she definitely likes what she's seeing.
Ax Hero Pretty sure I saw this guy shredding monster riffs in a alternative rock band opening up for Lit on their '97 East Coast spin.
The Unbearable Strain of Being the Sexist Man in the Room . . . . . . with a whole lot of nasty clustered on your lips. Sure, every women in sight likes what she sees, until she gets within smoochin' range, then has visions of all the cover-up it's gonna take to hide that crop of cold sores.
The LOEPE The LOEPE: Beloved character from the work of Dr. Seuss. Stands for, Life of Everyfucking Party Ever.
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