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    (Original post by a_t)
    I smile all the time, sometimes I'm walking down the street and think of something funny and just start laughing to myself :moon:
    I do the same. Especially when taking the public transport. But I'm best known for my laughing fits - a few years ago I was in class rolling on the floor and laughing so hard that I couldn't stop. In the end I got dragged out of class by my legs and continued in the hall. When I get started, oh deary me..there's no stopping. Laughing is healthy and I think that there's a level of bonding once you experience a good ol' fit with someone. I enjoy my surroundings a lot and it seems to draw people as well.

    But did you know that they have laughing classes in Germany? It's ridiculous.
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    (Original post by mackey)
    But did you know that they have laughing classes in Germany? It's ridiculous.
    Lol, that's pretty much a worldwide phenomenon nowadays unfortunately.

    Oh, and I think my smile looks more like a grimace...
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    On the contrary, I used to smile all the time when I was a lil boy, alas times have changed
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    Aagh I get this! People moan that I never smile on my way to college when I'm walking on my own! Why would I be smiling to myself??!
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    Argh i get it aswell its sooo annoying. I can't help it if my natural face looks kind of grumpy. i wish people would just shut the hell up and just accept it. I get it in clubs, walking down the street, eating. why friends bother to tell me this i don't know..
    What i have noticed though is that when i close my mouth i naturally close it fully so my teeth are touching. This makes me look alot more unhappy than if i close my mouth with my lips touching
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    "Smillllllllleeeeeeeeeeeeee people" :p:

    I always smile :o:
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    (Original post by abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz)
    i don't smile. Nothing to smile about lol
    This.

    I'll laugh if I find something genuinely funny. I actually find a lot of stuff people post on TSR funny...all those massive "in your face" images, the funny phrases like "cool story bro", the troll threads etc.

    But I am hard to please :yep:
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    (Original post by jedsterg)
    Anyone else get this? . . .
    I get it, I have been likened to Spock and Neil from The Young Ones.

    I find many other people's humour shallow, I am not emotional so the + side is that I rarely get upset or offended by people.

    "the strong silent type".

    Cutting humour that can change the mood.

    Be yourself, be your best.

    Complainers are only saying that they feel uncomfortable cos they don't understand you and you don't laugh at little things like they do, which may be a sign of their insecirity and desire to be accepted.
 
 
 
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