smiling and reactions, ?

Started by alfred, June 13, 2022, 02:12:28 PM

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alfred

Perhaps its physiological  when another person smiles at you and makes you feel comfortable talking to that person , some people don't smile not because they are 
being unkind but its their nature , as smiles could be misleading giving a wrong impression,  
so what is it when a person smiles at you do you take it as being friendly or do you take it as that person has a nice character and thats their way of being natural,

Q what are your thoughts when it comes to smiling and how do you re-act when some one smiles at you, 
as usual your answers will make interesting reading.

Scrumpy


I smile 😀 And always acknowledge a smile.. 
Be it man , woman or child..
Willow.. the little girl next door held up a bracelet, made of beads, to show me.. She was very excited ..
' Miss Irene.. look at this..'
I told her how lovely it was..
' when you are 24 I will give it to you'
That's what makes me smile.
Don't ask me.. I know nuffink..

GrannyMac

It takes more muscles to frown than smile, so why waste energy!  I'm a smiler too Scrumpy.  When I was young I would look at older women with downturned mouths, two deep lines running into jowls. I want to avoid that look, its scary!
Its not how old you are, but how you are old. 💖

Raven

I'm also a smiler, much better to look friendly than grumpy. :yahoo:

-Oy-

I smile and say hello. I usually get a good response. But the further south I go...

"If a man does not keep pace with his companions, perhaps it is because he hears a different drummer."

Scrumpy

Don't ask me.. I know nuffink..

Alex

Really funny clip  :grin:  :grin:  :grin: and true  :yay:

klondike


It's good to moan.