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    I made sure to save it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marmie Dearest View Post
    The guy in the OP is hot. He can roll his eyes at me any day.
    He'd probably die of blood loss. Sometimes I think I'm being too literal...

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    Oh no now it's Judge Judgy.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Marmie Dearest View Post
    Oh no now it's Judge Judgy.

    That's my name..... Use it all you want (Ha!).
    Reality sucks, I know.

    Or is it the pose?

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    No he changed the picture of the cute guy to Judge Judy.

    What a jerk.

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    Ah... That's what it means. /embarrassment

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    I don't roll my eyes, never have. I think it's tacky and 50% passive-aggressive and 50% someone going out of their way to show how tough (they think they are) . There are other similar tics/non verbal cues people make that are similar to rolling eyes. I've noticed a couple times people start rolling their tongues in their mouth and popping out their cheeks or kinda pursing their lips and chewing their cheeks - all that is kinda gross to me. It makes people look really uneducated to me. True story.
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    Something Witty

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    Do you roll your eyes?
    Typically avoid it, except with friends, since it's a "trigger" move that can lead to an outcome I don't prefer. But inside? Yeah, I have lots of eye-rolling there.

    What is your opinion on eye rolls?
    Powerlessness? Well, maybe only in the sense of responding with an eyeroll to signal "That's stupid and I disagree," in lieu of feeling like one can actually do something constructive about it. But it can be overused/abused and can signal arrogance as well being unreasonable/dismissive without seriously considering other sides (it can be a typical teen strategy in this regard).

    It really depends on situation.

    Are you rolling your eyes right now?
    I rolled my eyes at the story. "Eye-rolling -- 20 years!" *bang*
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