Wednesday, May 1, 2013

Let's Address my Profile Pic

Ok.  So.  In my profile picture, I'm posing in a dress with a DeWalt drill.  Here's the result:

May 1
If you can actually use that drill, lets date.

April 5
do you take that drill with you on dates?

April 2
Hey there - normally I don't comment on profile pics but I happen to be a fan of power drills as well. 

March 24
Nothing's sexier than a girl with a power drill in hands and ready to use it. Is it real or made of plastic?

March 23
What are you doing to do with that weapon??

March 21
Glad that I was able to make it through messaging you without mentioning the drill (wait, dammit), 

March 11
Nice tool!

March 11
Can I borrow your drill? I'm going to be picking up some IKEA stuff and might need to make a few design changes. Wouldn't happen to have an electric saw too would you?

March 12 
what's the story with n that drill? lol

March 9 Tell me now, how many rude comments have you received due to your profile picture. I'm curious. You seem like you could be a ton of fun or perhaps trouble. I haven't decided yet:). 

March 1
Okay, so immediately, I have to say that profile photo with the power drill is strikingly charming (Is it the drill? Or the smile? Or maybe the pose?) -- but you probably know that since you made it your profile photo. 

Pardon my ignorance, but is scenic design like designing theatre sets? That sounds pretty cool, but so does working at a fun tech company (I'm biased, though, since I work at one too). 

Anyway, the nerdy undertones and superb taste clearly resonate, but I've got to go back to my original point which begs me to ask: why *are* you doing with a drill in a professional-looking photo?

1 comment:

  1. At least some of these don't seem awful. Others make me feel better about my own messages.