This woman has spent a year reenacting the selfies of the thief who stole her phone last New Year's Eve.
It's nice to be robbed by someone who is at least familiar with famous art mustaches.
It has now been a year since Danielle Bruckman lost her iPhone on New Year's Eve, 2012. She's not sure exactly what happened that night (as is common with thefts and New Years Eve in general), but the result was that her phone ended up in the hands of this guy, who didn't realize she could see all of his selfies. Instead of calling the cops, Bruckman turned lemons into a hit blog about lemons, called My Cloud Pal. Said Bruckman,
See, there's a bright side to companies hoarding data: sometimes they screw up and it's fun.
Bruckman has only posted one re-enacted photo for each month the phone has been missing (she might have ended up being the creepy one if it was every day), and they tell a tale of hair, dispair, and workout-based redemption:
I'm sorry to say that you have a lot of work to do in the volumizing department, Danielle.
Cue selfie-taking montage...
Workout plan: working out. Also, slightly threatening the camera.
Cloud Pal looks pretty ready to open up Al Capone's vault right there.
Yay! You're finally ready for your debut as a huge thief!
Check out the rest of Danielle's project and her other selfie reenactments at My Cloud Pal.
(by Johnny McNulty)
Sources: My Cloud Pal