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Face Reading Dr. Who, Peter Capaldi

Calling "Dr. Who" fans, face reading aficionados, and Rosanna Tufts radio buffs

Calling “Dr. Who” fans, face reading aficionados, and Rosanna Tufts radio buffs

“Look at these eyebrows! They’re Attack Eyebrows. You could take bottle caps off with these!” That’s what Peter Capaldi said in his debut as the new Doctor Who … But what does this face reader have to say about them?

And have you ever seen more deep-set eyes than those belonging to Capaldi? He’s the latest Doctor Who, in Series 8 of the iconic British TV show.

Today I discuss his face of extremes on “The Tufts Get Going” with Rosanna Tufts. Our official topic: “The Face of the Doctor.”

This morning at 9 am EST on BlogTalkRadio! Listen here, face readers! Yes, that’s your link to here the whole conversation on Face Reading Secrets(R).

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This radio conversation can help you to read face data, not just on the charismatic actor but on yourself and people you meet.

Use this face reading link to see the photo that was used for today’s interview.

And here you can find an assortment of face reading-worthy photos of Peter Capaldi in his new role. This physiognomy photo, in particular, shows the face data really well.

Face reading data you can learn from this interview

According to plan, we discuss Peter Capaldi’s:

  1. VERY big-deal Lowbrows
  2. VERY Full Eyebrow
  3. VERY extreme Deep-Set Eyes (especially on his left eye)
  4. VERY High Cheekbones (especially on the left side of his face)
  5. and VERY Narrow Jaws.

Yum, right?

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  1. 1

    LILIAN, thanks. My husband also loves “Dr. Who.”

    Heck, I really enjoy the show also… except just about every episode is too violent and scary for me.

    I know my sensibility, so I don’t watch. A couple of times MITCH has located an episode that is relatively tranquil, like one about Vincent Van Gogh, and then we have watched it together. Particularly fond of the adorable previous Dr. Who, Matt Smith.

  2. 2
    Lilian says:

    Excellent stuff! David loves Dr Who. I’ll make him listen. :-p

  3. 3
    Kira says:

    I have watched as many of the episodes as I possibly could, considering that I didn’t really get interested in the show until I was in college (during the 7th Doctor’s run); we started trying to tape them all when we got our first joint VCR because they were playing the reruns.

    Missed out on the lost episodes, though, except for what has since been found and released.

  4. 4
    Elaine says:

    Fascinating interview Rose! I don’t actually watch TV so I haven’t seen the show, but I love face reading, so thanks for furthering my education.

  5. 5
    Lilian says:

    It is very violent. 🙁 Peter Capaldi’s Dr Who seems to be all about facing that moral dilemma.

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