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  • Yes, and I'm an INFJ

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  • Yes, and I'm an INTP

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  • Yes, and I'm an INFP

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  • Yes, and I'm an ENTJ

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  • Yes, and I'm an ENTP

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  • Yes, and I'm an ENFJ

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  • Yes, and I'm an ENFP

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  • Yes, and I'm an ISTJ

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  • Yes, and I'm an ISFJ

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  • Yes, and I'm an ISTP

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  • Yes, and I'm an ISFP

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  • Yes, and I'm an ESTJ

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  • Yes, and I'm an ESFJ

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  • Yes, and I'm an ESTP

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  • Yes, and I'm an ESFP

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    Default Do you smile too much?

    I was feeling kind of left out after Billy's "Why don't you smile much" thread, so I thought I'd make my own thread.

    Do you get accused of smiling too much?
    Perhaps you are consistently happy, even when you perhaps shouldn't be?

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    yes... I'm usually smiling and laughing about things even when other people see nothing worth smiling or laughing about... I find a lot of things funny and I naturally LIKE most people, so I smile frequently. I'm called "quirky" all of the time at work and by friends just because of my laughing and smiling habits
    “Oh, we're always alright. You remember that. We happen to other people.” -Terry Pratchett

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    I decided to discount work and go by me on my own and me with friends.

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    Yes. When I was younger people always told me I had a beautiful smile so I kept smiling. When I was a dancer I remember someone saying in one club which I worked that I smiled more than any girl there.

    I probably still smile a lot, but not as much since I don't perform really anymore.

    I am destined to have smile lines. Woe is me.

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    it's sort of a nervous tic. At least I look friendly, I think.

    -end of thread-

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    i dont think i smile too much in general, but i do smile at weird times sometimes and have hard time stopping it
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    I don't smile much but when I do it's inappropriately timed and I also tend to have this maniacal grin or normal grin type smile and not like a normal smile
    Strychnine is all-natural,
    So strychnine is all good.
    It's Godly and righteous,
    So eat it, you should.
    Who are you to refuse nature's will?


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    I don't smile too much but I am known for smiling/smirking at random times (usually when I recall funny events in my head).
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    I am usually stoical. But I am more likely to smile when I'm on my own or when other people aren't around. People stress me out so there's nothing to smile about and smiling when they're around would just be weird. If I did that I would anticipate people giving me weird looks or saying "What are you smiling about, weirdo". When I happen to be in a good mood and I'm around people, I'm more likely to smile on the inside though. Maybe it's a cultural thing though, I've caught myself thinking that I shouldn't smile out in the open when I've accidentally forgotten myself.

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    I smile just the right amount.
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