It’s been one year since Chris “Burr” Martin of Spokane, Washington, was featured by PEOPLE last summer after he went viral imitating his daughter, Cassie, then 19, to prove a point about his concern over her “too provocative” selfies.
Now the warehouse inventory worker and part-time comedian, 49, is racking up more followers with a new batch of photos, showing him with tattoos and a pierced navel, duct-tape eyebrows, Goldilocks curls and a crown made of close-ups of his face.
“I wondered if it might get old — I didn’t want to get to the point where I was pathetic for attention,” Chris, a father of three, tells PEOPLE. “But since I started posting again more regularly, I’ve experienced a resurgence. People seem to love it, and that makes me happy.”
Cassie Martin, now 20 and preparing to attend a beauty college in Spokane, is still a good sport about her dad’s playful shaming.
Whenever she posts a new selfie on Facebook or Twitter, “I know there’s a chance he’s going to imitate it,” she tells PEOPLE, “but it’s always a lot of fun.Read more at PeopleTVwatch