Someone named Issac Daniel left me this "fan mail":
Please sed your real photo atleast
What the heck?
Okay, just noticed some odd comments to Maddie Ruud on this thread as well:
So maybe at least it's not just me.
aww, look, someone wants your real photo. *chuckles*
Guys are so odd.
Maybe I should change that photo. I liked the way my eyebrows looked in that one. I could certainly get an uglier one!
Yes we are. Thank goodness there are no odd women on this earth. Can you imagine?
I'm not exactly sure..
I don't know any girls named Isaac.
Well, judging from the amount of hot Indian chicks around who are clearly male, I just wondered......
Looks like Isaac Daniel has a post on this forum: http://hubpages.com/forum/topic/3099#post21638 and it looks like he is using his real picture too!
hmm, well Kelly, you're obviously a beautiful lady
We're odd? - and has anyone finalized the definition of normal?
I think I was just taken aback. It sounded as if he was "daring" me to send him a "real" photo.
I'm sorry, but there's no way I'm posting a photo of myself after I've just woken up and my hair is giving Yahoo Serious a run for his money.
And hopefully someone around here remembers Yahoo Serious.
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