British photographer Scott Chasserot came up with a fascinating technique for determining what people subconsciously wished they looked like.
Scott took head shots of 15 people and created 30 distinct versions of each person’s face. Afterwards, he showed the various portraits to them while they were connected to a brain scanner to determine which one they favored.
“I can’t fucking share someone, god dammit I’m one selfish person. I want one person all to my self, their laughs and tears, I want to be the first person they tell when something happens, good and bad, I want to piss them off at 2pm, make up for it at 6pm, and to save them at 2am. I need some one all to my self or not at all.”
"God damn it!" i yell as i stub my toe on a table. suddenly from the sky, i hear god reply "okay". the floor splits open, revealing a pit to hell. god pushes the table down into the pit, and then it seals up. he actually did it. god damned it.