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A Good Fingering

A Good Fingering

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Published by Terry Ayrault
A small note on what makes for a nice corporate photo.
A small note on what makes for a nice corporate photo.

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Published by: Terry Ayrault on Dec 16, 2011
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A Good Fingering

A recent study indicates that finger position in your corporate photo, dictates your level of intelligence. Furthermore, there is a direct correlation to finger position on your face and your standing within the company. The study found that upper management, including CEOs, CFOs, Vice-Presidents and corporate shareholders, who were photographed for press releases, corporate newsletters and their (hateful, conceited holierthan-thou) blogs on their corporate Web pages, were of higher intelligence when the photo depicted them with an index finger lightly extended and resting on their upper cheek or temple area. The study also showed that this finger position proved the finger extendee to be more thoughtful, wise, insightful and creative than those photographed without their finger visible. Management types photographed with the pad of their upper knuckle tapping or touching their

temple area, had higher than normal I.Qs, a higher propensity to understand business jargon and a level of douchebagedness unattainable by those in positions below them, who simply smiled at the camera with their hands by their sides. In fact, only those photographed biting the arm of their eyeglasses scored higher in douchebag quotient. The study also indicated that those photographed with the same finger hooked and pulling at their lower lip while drooling, showed an amazing propensity to spend their entire career in the mailroom.

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