Famous Signature Faces

As I’ve scoured the internet in search of pictures of my favorite famous people, I’ve realized that they often have what I call a “signature face”. Basically, a facial expression that makes this person instantly recognizable. They differ for many people, but here I’ve compiled some of my favorite self-determined signature faces, and you can decide for yourself whether you think this is this person’s “signature face” or not. I hope you enjoy!

George Harrison

I consider this sexy stare to be George's signature face, but he has a lovely smile as well!

I consider this sexy stare to be George’s signature face, but he has a lovely smile as well!

Paul McCartney

Paul always has a huge smile on his face, which is why this is his signature face!

Paul always has a huge smile on his face, which is why this is his signature face!

John Lennon

This is John's weird spazz face that he does at random moments. Definitely his signature face.

This is John’s weird spazz face that he does at random moments. Definitely his signature face.

Ringo Starr

Like Paul, I define Ringo with a grin!

Like Paul, I define Ringo with a grin!

Jim Parsons/Sheldon Cooper

This cute, slightly mischievous smile is definitely Jim's signature face!

This cute, slightly mischievous smile is definitely Jim’s signature face!

This Sheldon Cooper face, on the other hand, is one that I will NEVER unsee! It has been permanently ingrained into my mind.

This Sheldon Cooper face, on the other hand, is one that I will NEVER unsee! It has been permanently ingrained into my mind.

Elton John

In almost every picture of Elton performing that I've seen, he has this expression on his face. It seems to be his trademark.

In almost every picture of Elton performing that I’ve seen, he has this expression on his face. It seems to be his trademark.

Eric Idle

I'm not sure if Eric really has a signature face, but he's good at making funny faces, so I thought this picture was rather appropriate.

I’m not sure if Eric really has a signature face, but he’s good at making funny faces, so I thought this picture was rather appropriate.

R.A. Dickey

Mets fans know this face well. Too bad he's a Toronto Blue Jay now, but maybe he'll come back to the Mets one day!

Mets fans know this face well. Too bad he’s a Toronto Blue Jay now, but maybe he’ll come back to the Mets one day!

That’s about all I’ve got for now. Have a fab weekend!

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Welcome to Beatle Me Do!

Hello! Welcome to my new blog, Beatle Me Do! I’ve started this blog primarily so I can talk about my four favorite lads in the whole wide world, The Beatles. I’ll post stuff about Monty Python, my other British obsession, as well. And if the Mets are halfway decent, they’ll get a few posts here and there. However, this blog is mostly devoted to John, Paul, George, and Ringo, and their music both with the Beatles and after the Beatles broke up. So if you don’t like the Beatles, this may not be the blog for you. Sorry, I can’t please everyone. 🙂

As a first post, I thought I’d share some of my Beatle-related “favorites”:

Favorite Beatle: George Harrison

Favorite Beatle Album: Rubber Soul

Favorite Beatle Song: While My Guitar Gently Weeps

Favorite Beatle Movie: Either Help! or A Hard Day’s Night. My head might explode trying to decide between those two.

Favorite Solo Beatle Album: All Things Must Pass (George Harrison)

Favorite Solo Beatle Song: What is Life (George Harrison, from All Things Must Pass. Noticing a pattern so far?)

Favorite TV Appearance by the Beatles: I have to go with the first Ed Sullivan show on this one, but their turn as characters from Shakespeare’s A Midsummer’s Night Dream comes in a close second.

Favorite Beatle Book: A Date with a Beatle, by Judith Kristen. It’s all about a 15 year old girl in 1964 who falls in love with the Beatles, George Harrison in particular (I can relate!), and tries desparately to meet them. In the end, she actually gets to meet George! However, for purely informational purposes, The Beatles Anthology is the only Beatle book you’ll ever need.

Favorite Promotional Film/Music Video by the Beatles: This is tough, but either Ticket to Ride because of John’s terrible lip-syncing, Revolution because of George’s casual-yet-cool outfit, or I Feel Fine because of Ringo’s expert cycling. Also, Hello Goodbye because of the dance party at the end of the video that you really must see to believe.

Here are links to these videos:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gETqdXI6Klg Ticket to Ride
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7W43wXWT8t4 Revolution
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EWLJegqXIgM I Feel Fine
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HPJltZLH78Q Hello Goodbye

If you have a particular favorite, feel free to comment and share. Thanks!