Thursday, June 28, 2007

Save me!

I'm very concerned about a problem I've identified recently with my appearance (besides extra weight)



I'm getting Paris Hilton's lazy eye!!!



Now, I don't know what I've done in the last couple of years, but I noticed it in this picture and then went back to look at other pictures -- this condition seems to have started a couple of years ago, possibly coinciding with the release of Paris's performance in "House of Wax". Or my laser eye surgery. More likely the former.

What does this mean? Am I supposed to become a skinny, skanky blonde celebutante? I'd take the money in a heartbeat, but I'm not sure I can handle all the other requirements.

All because of a lazy eye. My days are numbered.

12 comments:

Webs said...

I don't want to panic you, but the eyebrows are pretty close, too.

Michael Busby said...
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mbh said...

Why do people compare themselves to the bozo's the media deems worthy? Your momentary loss of brain cells must be something in the water you drank Shawna.

Ummmm... even IF you had the lazy eye thing, you're hot and Paris isn't (never was)... which is not why I read the blog (you have some nice insights... you know, I'm just gonna' shut up now... foot too deeply inserted.)

'Nuff said... I'm going to go hide now because of the embarrassment of what I said.

Anonymous said...

Ya look great, Shawna. Stop it! Your eye may have done a bit of the wandery thing, but it's probably because you're tired.

With Paris, I bet it's from a lack of physical resistance. Brains might help.

Next time I see her, I'll mention it.

Righteous blog.

Samantha

Anonymous said...

Ya look great, Shawna. Stop it! Your eye may have done a bit of the wandery thing, but it's probably because you're tired.

With Paris, I bet it's from a lack of physical resistance. Brains might help.

Next time I see her, I'll mention it.

Righteous blog.

Samantha

Abe Vionas said...

The only thing I could make out was an ever-so-slight lazy eyelid. Lazy eyelids are not nearly as distracting as lazy eyes (where one whole eye roves around of its own accord causing those being spoken to to wonder which eye they should be directing conversation to). Heck, I have a lazy eyelid. Like yours, it's not too noticeable, and I've chosen to see it as a mark of uniqueness. Now if you've got a genuine lazy eye, that does tend to throw people for a loop. Mostly just because they don't know which eye they should be speaking to. You look great though so I wouldn't worry about it (though I know that's easier said than done; we all have things about ourselves that we're convinced make us less than "hot").

Laurie said...

You are so stinkin' funny about the Paris lazy eye. I would never have noticed. It's true that we are our own worst critics. If that's the biggest concern you have...then, congratulations!

MaryAn Batchellor said...

But how's your driving?

Anndi said...

I'll worry if you start wearing a tiara...

Anonymous said...

I'll worry if she starts carrying a bag with a Chihuahua, and starts looking like a vacant lot between the eyes....But if you get any extra money...save it for your parents retirement fund....yomama

anon said...

All I see is a pretty girl.

Shawna said...

Thanks everyone! You've helped alleviate my neurosis about this issue. Although, I find it weird that the one blog post I make about Paris Hilton garners more reaction than say, stuff about TV shows or writing. These times we live in...