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    Does anyone ever get this? Just had it just now, wondering what it is all about.


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    sometimes
    i also get other random twitches
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    (Original post by shawtyb)
    sometimes
    i also get other random twitches
    It's weird isn't it!!


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    Your face cheek right? If you mean the other cheek, thats a bit weird...maybe you've done too many squats ....
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    Seriously OP, maybe youve been smiling too much/havent smiled enough
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    (Original post by davidguettafan)
    It's weird isn't it!!


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    ha yea what annoys me more is when im sleeping and get the huge innvoluntary full body jerk
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    I used to get this with my eye

    Several times a day, it would just randomly begin to spasm - it was annoying as ****, but when I sought advice I was just told that it'd go away by itself eventually. And it did.

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    Yep, I get it sometimes in the cheek and also under one eye. Normally it stops once you've had some extra sleep. Don't think anyone really notices but it feels really weird!
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    I read that as Cheek Twerking XD

    I have, though very rarely.
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    (Original post by ForestShadow)
    Your face cheek right? If you mean the other cheek, thats a bit weird...maybe you've done too many squats ....
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    Seriously OP, maybe youve been smiling too much/havent smiled enough
    In actual fact, sometimes my "other cheek" does unintentionally twitch. It's kinda awesome though if I'm honest.
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    (Original post by davidguettafan)
    Does anyone ever get this? Just had it just now, wondering what it is all about.


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    Our geography teacher has a cheek twitch after every second sentence. Its sooo annoying.
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    My eye randomly twitches sometimes.

    It's awkward when it happens as I'm looking at someone and it just looks like a spazzy wink :lol:
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    My eyes do this! Especially when I'm tired…
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    i get massive cramps in my calves when i'm stretching my toes sometimes
 
 
 
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