Thank you for the drink, kind sir. My name’s Fiona, and I would shake your hand, but, well, I really shouldn’t. A hand model has got to be careful, you understand.
Sure, you may have seen some of my work. I did a lot of jewelry ads when I was younger, but I mostly stick to film and television now. I’ve been Megan Fox’s hand double for almost all of her movies, in fact. Hands of a steel worker, that girl. Big meaty things, like polar bear paws.
What got me into hand modeling? I’ve just always been fascinated by what hands say about a person, you know? More than eyes, I find that they are much more indicative of what lies within the soul. The way one grasps a cup or waves to an old friend, for instance, can tell you what that person is thinking, each gesture a sort of label that pinpoints the true self. In many ways, they can be the rock of stability, the scissors that cut you to the quick, and the paper you don’t have on you when in need of something to write on.
You, for instance. I could tell from the instant you handed my that drink that you’re single. I’m guessing for a very long time, too. Um, no, it’s not the lack of wedding ring. It’s the callus between the tips of your pointer finger and thumb. It looks like that hand gets an awful amount of… use.
Wear this shirt: while listening to Depeche Mode’s “Everything Counts”.
Don’t wear this shirt: if you don’t want someone demonstrating to you the hand gestures NOT featured on the front.
This shirt tells the world: “They look like big, good, STRONG hands, don’t they?”
We call this color: Lemony-finger Fresh
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