Monday, September 5, 2011

The many faces of Dill.

Dill is home from his movie star journey to Utah. Yay!! He has told me a million amazing stories about being on a real-life motion picture set. I am so jealous. Wish I could have been part of it, but I don't exactly look Jewish, Roman or Middle Eastern, do I?

Anyway, one of the first things Dill did when he got home was get rid of that animal on his face. But not without having a little fun in the process! You don't spend three months growing a beard just to hack it off in one blow.

Here's a before shot. We'll call it "The Lumberjack."

And now, a whole collection of afters:

Yee-haw!It's NASCAR time!

This guy is definitely selling you something you don't need.

Just call me Earl.

A good magician never reveals his secret.

"Mom, I, like, totally don't want to be in this stupid frickin' picture."

And then, I had the genius idea to whip out my roundbrush and create this masterpiece:

 ZOMG I'm married to Justin Bieber!!!!!!!!!!!
"Baby, baby, baby OHHHHH ... " 

BELIEBER 4 EVA!!!!!!!!

Looks like this whole acting experience rubbed off on him, doesn't it?

By the way, while I was creating that bowl-tastic Biebs style, I was laughing so hard I had actual tears coming out of my eyes. Never though I'd see the day.


  1. This is hilarious! Dillon is such a good sport.

  2. that is hilarious, thanks for sharing! what a cool experience for him in UT!

  3. I'm a lumberjack and I'm ok...
    I work all night and I sleep all day

  4. Beyond awesome and hilarious!! Thanks for sharing!

  5. My husband grows his beard every Fall, just in time for my birthday. (It's my favorite look for him.) He shaves it in the spring, during "Fun with Facial Hair Week," during which he creates a new look every day of the week. It's..........well, let's just say "interesting."

  6. Hahaha this is hilarious! Its almost worth it to grow out the beard just to get these kind of pics!

  7. I'm dying laughing! I think my favorite is the "earl" one. LOL!

  8. haha, so funny. the bieber one is super convincing. did you keep it that way? ;)

  9. I don't know if you'll get this since this is an older post, but I figured it made more sense for me to comment here than in a newer post since we have the beard/movie connection. So hello! It's nice to meet you. :) What a small world that your husband was in the NT project too. I read about how to basically coerced him into trying out, and I think that's awesome. Good for you! I'm sure it was worth it! I'll have to have my husband look at your pics to see if he recognizes yours. Anyway, I have one question: how did you find my blog? Do we both know the same person? (Cuz my husband is from northern Arizona, and we both have lots of family in the valley, so I'm curious to see who you might know.)


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