In addition, Bread Face has been sharing live videos that take her particular entertainment oeuvre into other realms. A few weeks ago, she recorded herself miming to Janet Jackson through a surgical mask into a gold microphone. Some of the dance was done entirely in silhouette, some was face-on. It was simultaneously voyeuristic and disquieting. Some commenters were upset about the lack of bread involved, but by the end of the broadcast, Bread Face had still amassed around 2000 viewers.
Glaringly, the Bread Face Instagram now has a note at the top that suggests our carb-loving hero is seeking new ways to entertain us. "DO YOU WANT TO WATCH ME DO OTHER THINGS?!" she asks. No doubt the fans that find her bread-interactions erotically charged will have some special requests, but honestly, moving into other realms will probably end up destroying this still surprisingly fascinating project.
Bread Face unintentionally summed up what's so special about her project in the Munchies interview: "I think this always disappoints people, but there was actually very little thought that went into this. I wanted to put my face in bread, and so I did it."
Bread Face's lack of intention is one of the things that has kept her Instagram account so compelling. In 2017 internet terms, there is something remarkable about an attractive, well-dressed woman with good taste in music, who just really likes putting her face into baked goods for no particular reason. Here's hoping branching out doesn't muddy such a beautifully simple thing.