They're looking at you, Mitt Romney's campaign manager.
"I get stopped all the time on the street and people are like: 'Ohmigod! You are that girl who does the face! Do it! Do it! Do it!" said Maroney. "And I do it. I'm happy to be famous for something. But there is actually much more to me than just the face that earned me my moment of fame."
When not making her face, Maroney works as a gymnast, flipping and tumbling around the non-face parts of her body, remarkably, are what she has spent most of her life training.
"I'm kind of good actually," says Maroney. "I was in the Olympics for it and everything. It was pretty great."
And that's where the meme girl's story gets even more remarkable: it turns out the infamous "not impressed" photo was taken at the Olympics, an athletics festival held every four years, after she failed to win a gold medal.
"Strange but true," said Maroney, laughing. "It was on national TV, too. On tape delay. But it was still on. If you track the history of the meme, it actually goes back to the Olympics when they were held in London. Amazing, right?"
She would pull the ball on Charlie Brown and then beat him to death with it.