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    i dont know...i have a very expressive face. you can tell how im feeling just by looking at me. seeing as im "fickle" and i also adapt to wherever i am or who im talking to, my facial expressions are always changing every 5 mins.
    but i hate those people who are just so effortlessly HAPPY ALL THE TIME and glow and glee like theres no tomorrow. like what the hell is wrong with them. it angers me to see such happy bubbly people :|
    She talks pretty but says mean things

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    When thinking = I look like I am going to kill someone.



    When just interacting = Generally smiling. People are so much more inclined to like someone who is smiling roguishly, treating them in an oddly polite but mischievous manner. It also helps making jokes about how insane it would be to gangbang Spongebob Squarepants, due to the insane amount of "cavities".


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    dude!
    that toddler looks JUST like you !
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lexicon View Post
    Judy came up and asked what I was doing.
    (reading?)
    then she went into this big rant.. "WHY ARE YOU READING? WHAT'S WRONG ARE YOU SAD? WHY DON'T YOU SMILE? YOU'RE SO PRETTY YOU NEED TO SMIIIILE!! WHY ARE YOU READING? IT'S SUCH A NICE DAY, DON'T BE SO DOWN!"
    Hilarious! If that happened to me I'd be wanting to reply with something like this:

    "WHY ARE YOU SHOUTING? WHAT'S WRONG ARE YOU MAD? WHY DON'T YOU SHUT UP? YOU'RE SO HYPER YOU NEED TO CAALLM DOOWWN!! WHY ARE YOU STILL HERE? IT'S SUCH A NICE DAY, DON'T BE SO MANIC!"

    But I'd probably just smile and say "I'm fine thank you. This is me having fun."
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    When I was in high school, I earned the nick name sad clown....because I have happy looking face, but when on default, I look sad.
    I still get random strangers come up to me and say "smile, life's not that bad!"
    Also when talking to people I'm really animated ...so I guess, me looking sad can be a surprize. Close friends tell me I never truly look happy doing anything, except when doing art, writing, and when I did it, acting.
    Currently submerged under an avalanche of books and paper work. I may come back up for air from time to time.
    Real life awaits and she is a demanding mistress.

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    I suspect that I intimidate people with my default serious looking face. Canvassers and beggars never stop me while walking down the street.

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    Quote Originally Posted by alicia91 View Post
    I was going to make a poll about this but couldn't see see the icon for setting up a poll so... What I want to know is -- who the heck are these people who look so darn happy and radiate positivity all the time? Most people seem to be neutral or sometimes look a bit happy or sad, others have a happy default and others just look negative. I'd think that extroverted feelers look the happiest. I'm very jealous of these types because I think it's a huge asset to have this positive glow. Unfortunately I do not. I've been told that I look kind of bitchy and that I'm friendlier than I look.

    What type are you and what kind of face to you present to the world?
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    Quote Originally Posted by wildcat View Post
    Face is the only thing that is not about type.
    It is about education and intelligence.
    Explain.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wildcat View Post
    Face is the only thing that is not about type.
    It is about education and intelligence.
    i disagree...i think your personality is expressed on your face which has a lot to do with type. i don't think actual physical characteristics have much to do with type...but the personality it expresses does.
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    It's interesting then how our faces change over the course of a relationship. We begin to look like each other.
    If our physiology has an effect on our feelings as I'm pretty sure it does then our partners effect on our physiology would affect our temperament.

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