2007July31, Tuesday

The Austins: Simpsonized

Posted in Uncategorized at 11:42 by Trey Austin

Some of you may have seen that commercial for Burger King and the Simpsons movie the talks about changing regular people into crummy, two-dimensional people. Well, i did it. Here’s what we all look like Simpsonized. Tell me how close you think they got it (you have to refine the pictures, and i got it as close as i could).




  1. Amber said,

    creepy. that’s a little too close.

  2. Al said,

    Angie’s tan is much darker than I remember…

  3. Trey Austin said,

    Well, we are in a mixed marriage, remember: i am of Scots/Celtic ancestry (by and large); she is Italian. Of course, i’m Southron to the core, and she was born a Yankee.

    Actually, her tan is seasonal, but she’s usually a good bit darker than most of us. 🙂

  4. Trey Austin said,

    I’m gonna try it again, and maybe see if there’s something “in between” for Angela’s complexion.

  5. tempe said,

    Yes, I don’t remember Angela to be quite that dark, and I thought her hair was longer and curlier. You’re pretty dead-on, though, Trey; you must have shaved off the chin hair, though.

    For a blast from the past, I posted an old pic of us at Gairney Bridge!

  6. Trey Austin said,

    OK, i changed it! I re-Simpsonized Angela, and now she’s all yellow! Better?

  7. Tim Prussic said,

    Dude, that’s AWESOME!

  8. Amber said,

    I liked the darker skin better. go figure. which does Angela like?

  9. Trey Austin said,

    Thanks, Tim! Glad to see i did something to impress you! However, in the spirit of full disclosure, you can do it just as easily at http://www.simpsonizeme.com.

    Amber, Angela hasn’t seen it yet. I actually put it up as the profile picture on her/our MySpace page. We’ll see which one she likes better. We could keep both and just use the darker one in the summer. 🙂

  10. tempe said,

    I liked the darker Angela better. Yellow is so ’70’s. 🙂

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