Thursday, May 6, 2010

The Many Faces of Choir

It isn't any mystery that choir kids are unique and precious in their own way.
I would know because I am one...and I'm very proud of it.

However, you may not realize that there are signature singing faces...
Most of which are quite frankly horrifying.

Disclaimer: Names have been changed for the protection of those we are mocking.

The "Shoo fly, don't bother me"
Best used in picnic settings, the dump, and insect infested choir rooms everywhere.

The Frosh Jazier French "Stiff Upper Lip"

The Overly-Dramatic Depths of Despair
For when you just want to get your point across.

The Trad
Careful, your face may just stick that way.

The Full Lyric Tenor
"Can't you see my tails?!"

The Weeping Willow
Because you have no other emotion.

The Hyper-extended Upper Lip
"Careful with that. I'd hate for you to pull a muscle."

The "Ahh! Real Audience!"
"I thought this was just a dress rehearsal!"

The uh-Ooooo
How exactly did you expect sound to come out of that?

The Face that has Won a Thousand Hearts
Well, maybe not that face.