"How dreadful!" cried Lord Henry. "I can stand brute force, but brute reason is quite unbearable. There is something unfair about its use. It is hitting below the intellect." ~ Oscar Wilde - The picture of Dorian Gray
My face when I'm happy :|
My face when I'm okay :|
My face when I'm sad :|
My face when I'm trying to be personable (forced)
That little face that happens when someone finally manages to make me buckle coupled with insane laughter and sore sides.
Yeah if I'm not in a party-ish atmosphere I do try to suppress my smiles, I think look kinda retarded when that happens though. But I do smile if a stranger makes a quip or something, I'm also fairly good smiling for photos but I generally try to stay away from camera lens'.
I guess it's just at work really when I try not to smile but I generally try to not show any emotion at work
Seems like you are thinking of something but it could be anything.
I don't really smile much but can "force" a smile by just choosing something to laugh at. Don't know how well this technique may work on INTJs but I find it very effective to just focus on some absurdity or another and quietly laugh when people want a smile from me.
All the time! And then I have those times when something inappropriate happens and I can't stop laughing. I've just had to leave the room before because I'll be supressing my laughter way past the joke and the more I supress it the more I want to laugh and the crazier/ruder/more immature I'm going to look. Dam funny to me though
Yeah I find myself forcing smiles more often than supressing them. It may take more muscles to frown than smile but the ones I need to smile must be weak cos it's hard. The more I feel the pressure to smile, the harder it gets. Like someone said, I have to think of something else that makes me smile and use this for the situation.