I can't believeI am about to voluntarily show you the following image.I really can't.But Beth refuses to post hers because she worries it will forever ruin her dating prospects,and we can'tnottalk about the crazy/scary/addictive appAgingBooththat we discovered earlier this week.So here goes: A photo of what I am supposedly going to look like 40 years from now,in my 70s.
GAHHHH!Gah!Sob.Every time I see it I get a little lightheaded all over again.
I might have been tempted to hurl myself out a window upon first seeing this,save for the fact that I was with a bunch of friends who had also AgingBooth-ed themselves,and all were more or less in the same sag-jowled,crab-appleish boat.So maybe the app is just a big fat liar,or at least an exaggerator?What was not as reassuring was that we also AgingBooth-ed wenchyCourtney the Modelfrom "The Bachelor",which we were watching at the time (we took a pic of her onscreen),and it hardly gave her a single crease.[I hope she doesn't read this and get the satisfaction of knowing that.]
So why would any of you pay the 99 cents to download this App only to horrify/nauseate yourself with such graphic wrinkle imagery?Well,perhaps it'll inspire you to use sunscreen more diligently and never even think about deliberately frying in the sun again.But let's be honest: It's mostly just really entertaining to walk around snapping pics of your friends,throwing them in the AgingBooth and then teasing them about their results.We had tons of fun incorporating the term "nasolabial folds" (could they possibly have devised a less attractive term for those deep 'parentheses' wrinkles around the mouth/nose?).
OK,so I posted my pic and took one for the Girls in the 优德官方网站Beauty Department team.(Beth,hopefully I won't be asking you for online dating wisdom after my husband sees it and leaves me.)Are you curious what YOUR old-lady pic looks like?Curious enough to download the app?Have any of you tried it already?