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    MyPeeSmellsLikeCoffee247 five sounds's Avatar
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    not sure...i think i have an opposite problem where i look happy all the time, even when i'm not. resting nicegirl face? idk.
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    we could just fix this whole problem if we did like in that movie where no one had faces. or just all wear paper bags over heads it be like the victorian ages but instead of our ankles being taboo, our faces.
    In no likes experiment.

    that is all

    i dunno what else to say so
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    Does this count? I think it does.

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    I feel for you guys; I personally suffer from PLCF (Perpetually Lost and Confused Face). I blame it on eyes that refuse to stop moving.

    But the real sufferers of RBF have been ignored completely; it is simply inexcusable.

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    I'm told I have snobby resting face:

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    So I was just told by my best friend that I have two main resting faces if I'm going from place to place:

    - Determined/focused (the vast majority of the time)
    - Angry (if I'm confused and don't know where I'm going)

    Some girls apparently have guys walking up to them all the time to offer to give them directions, or help them out, just because their resting face when they're a bit confused makes them look like a helpless puppy. (My bestie, an ENFP, has this problem.) So this explains why pretty much no one offers to help me if I'm lost.
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    Quote Originally Posted by EJCC View Post
    So I was just told by my best friend that I have two main resting faces if I'm going from place to place:

    - Determined/focused (the vast majority of the time)
    - Angry (if I'm confused and don't know where I'm going)

    Some girls apparently have guys walking up to them all the time to offer to give them directions, or help them out, just because their resting face when they're a bit confused makes them look like a helpless puppy. (My bestie, an ENFP, has this problem.) So this explains why pretty much no one offers to help me if I'm lost.
    haha!

    I usually look determined / like I know what I'm doing, even if I have no idea. It's my "wall" to keep people from invading my space and/or if I want to figure it out on my own.

    I've actually consciously chosen to "look confused" when I want help but don't want to approach anyone, and someone usually helps me then.

    it's funny how that all works.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post
    haha!

    I usually look determined / like I know what I'm doing, even if I have no idea. It's my "wall" to keep people from invading my space and/or if I want to figure it out on my own.

    I've actually consciously chosen to "look confused" when I want help but don't want to approach anyone, and someone usually helps me then.

    it's funny how that all works.
    I'm not quite at that level yet, but unless it's a bad day, I can manage to sound entirely pleasant and cheerful on the phone. I can do it to such an extent that I can avoid getting on the bad side of Southern housewives.
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    No one can predict what I am feeling based purely on my facial expressions. It turns out that when I am feeling happiest and most content, my friends always accuse me of looking bored and unamused, but when I am feeling a bit down they just think I look tired. No one knows what I am feeling through my facial expressions until I get quite intoxicated... then it's very obvious.

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    I apparently look rather happy or amused a good portion of the time... I think it has something to do with my mouth's shape or something

    my world could be falling down around me and I probably will be looking amused by it

    of course the times I actually move with purpose because SOMETHING MUST BE DONE ABOUT THIS SITUATION NOW I look like someone's going to die... and I'm pleased by that fact



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