But it's different staring at a person directly, to the eyes, and pulling the "I stare to something beside/behiiiind youuuu, not youuuuuu~~~ don't worry~~~~~~~"
I only do that when I want to debate. They have to see my seriousness.
YES. When I in my usual, ordinary, not unhappy nor happy mood, I can feel my mouth turning up.The smirk is definitely present at all times even if you can't see it. It's a self-preservation thing. "I smile outwardly and with you when you're being nice to me; I smirk outwardly and laugh at you inwardly when you're trying to mock me".
But I think it's more of a smirk than a smile. a :> than a . I can only do when I'm genuinely happy, blissful, peaceful, or all, or I'm fooling my mind to think that I'm genuinely happy, blissful, peaceful, or all of them. And then there's a thought of something like "I'm going to be a bigger person and I won't put out this smile sha la la~"
of course, to me there's the :| of "I don't give a damn, my dear, and I will laugh, laugh, LAUGH at ya if you EVER said something idiotic, inside AND outside."
for me one of the last expression I would make would be :\ of "shutup and leave me alone." INFJ DOORSLAM!
I'm gladful my smirk is not eternal like Nicole Kidman though. Really, I couldn't remember any of her expression in the media except The Smirk.