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    I have a recent photograph of myself with a smirk on my face from stifling a laugh. In the rest I am unsmiling; although I thought I was smiling when some of them were taken. Hm.

    I suspect that Extroverts, Sensors, and Feelers smile the most, in pictures and otherwise. Never trust an INT who has a perpetual smile.
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    I'm pretty smiley when i'm goofing around with my friends. When I'm just in public, though, I'm unlikely to show any facial expression.

    I do find that I have conversations with people I know in my head (some friends I think I've "talked" to more in daydreams as opposed to RL), though, and they are just so damn funny I have to laugh out loud and that is weird for people around me. I smile a lot when I'm daydreaming b/c sometimes things just get so outrageously cute/funny etc.

    I also have perfected a Picture Perfect smile. And my ISFJ mother complains that in every single picture I look the same. Well, at least I'm smiling! Sheesh.
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    I smile a lot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nocturne View Post
    According to faith, I smile all of the time, and so do my eyes. Though you'd have to ask her what that means.
    It's true. At least, all the time that I get to see you. And you have the smilingest eyes of anyone I've ever known.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Recluse View Post
    I have a recent photograph of myself with a smirk on my face from stifling a laugh. In the rest I am unsmiling; although I thought I was smiling when some of them were taken. Hm.
    Post it? I'm curious.

    Never trust an INT who has a perpetual smile.
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    INTJ:
    I smile often in life. Yet during a photo it always seems fake, feels fake, and looks lame!
    Smiling in pictures for your children’s future is a good cause. And if you are thinking about them at the time of the photo you may have a sincere smile!

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    sometimes i smile in pictures, but those are the pictures that i usually look ridiculous in. My smile makes me look like i have down syndrome.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wolf View Post
    Post it? I'm curious.
    Curious as to what a smirk looks like? For me it looks like a smile attempt that's been strangled by an afterthought.

    I lessened the KBs to make the picture load faster when you click on the thumbnail. Or perhaps because I have a dial-up connection instead of broadband, images load slowly only for me(?)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Recluse View Post
    Curious as to what a smirk looks like? For me it looks like a smile attempt that's been strangled by an afterthought.

    I lessened the KBs to make the picture load faster when you click on the thumbnail. Or perhaps because I have a dial-up connection instead of broadband, images load slowly only for me(?)
    I spy a color wheel!

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    ISTP and deplore taking pictures. My best pictures are when I am in action and not realizing that someone is taking my picture. I don't smile, I run from the camera.

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