Unfortunately, only moments after discovering it I had to go to church. So for the first 20 minutes of Sacrament meeting I was playing with my phone. I was grabbing random pictures from my library and juggling faces. After a few particularly hilarious ones I sat there and giggled for several minutes. Robyn asked me if I could be more reverent. I just shook my head. The hilarity was much too great. It should be noted, I did stop playing with it for the rest of church. It was a great sacrifice.
But don't worry, I will now share some of the greatest hits with you.
But before I begin, Robyn wanted me to mention that she thinks these pictures are horrible and she wishes I wouldn't have shared them. (That disclaimer was required to get her permission to post these.)
|This is the greatest atrocity known to man. I love it.|
|Robyn and I are so precious at the bountiful temple. Even with each other's faces.|
|This is me with my two brothers. The funniest thing is that the middle is my brother Justin. He has Zack's face but he looks completely normal.|
|A family picture from when I was younger. Families that love each other share everything, even faces.|
|This awesomeness brought to you by my friends Jordan and Vanyssa. I hope they are not offended that I desecrated this picture.|
|My friend Kayli sharing her face with Justin Bieber.|
|Jared W is my BFF. We swap faces all the time.|
|My wedding day. Jared and I swapped faces to see if my new bride would notice.|
|My sister Jen and I when we were little. Both faces are precious, so it doesn't matter where they go.|
|The lighting didn't work as good on this one, but I like my sister with my mom's face.|
|Nauvoo is a crazy place. You arrive with one face, you leave with another.|
|At a wedding in San Diego. Face swapping was one of the wedding festivities.|
|This is my second favorite atrocity, brought to you by my friends Scott and Mary Anne. I hope you guys aren't offended.|