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The face you make when someone says something that they don’t really understand, but thinks is clever. The face you make when your dog tries to jump on your bed and misses. The face you make when someone just can’t do anything right. This blog post will show the many faces we all have for a variety of different situations!
We all make different faces for a variety of situations. This blog post will show the many faces we have and why!
The face you make when someone says something they don’t really understand, but thinks is clever
The face you make when your dog tries to jump on the bed and misses
The face you make when someone just can’t do anything right
This blog post will be showing the many faces people have in a variety of situation with reasons behind them!
There are so many different facial expressions that people use in their everyday life. One type would be sarcasm – which most often accompanies humor or mockery. Another expression may be confusion because there’s some unclear information being presented to us about what the person is trying to say.
The faces we make can show what’s going on in the moment we’re reacting to something that someone said or did, so it may be hard to know how everyone will react if they see a face like this!
We all have different reactions depending on who spoke and what was said. Sometimes you might feel really happy for them or excited when somebody does well (like doing better than expected at work), but other times you may want to give them some constructive criticism because maybe their idea didn’t turn out as good as planned. Other facial expressions also show emotions like sadness, anger, fearfulness, etc., which are caused by things happening in our lives outside of work/school too! You may also have different reactions to the same sentence, depending on what you were doing before it was said.
For example: if someone is talking about how they’re feeling really sad and down because of something that happened in their life outside work/school, but right before they say this, you’re telling a funny story from your day at school or work with them (something so good that made everyone laugh), then you may feel happy for them when they tell the sadness thing instead of feeling upset like usual! It all depends on context though – even though we make faces based off emotions caused by things people are saying and doing around us sometimes, it doesn’t mean those feelings will stay there forever.. once somebody has gotten over whatever happened to make them sad, they will feel happy again.
However, if you are feeling really down yourself and somebody tells a story about themselves that’s not too bad (but is still making them upset) the way it would affect you then would be different because in this instance your negative feelings might transfer over to what they’re saying or doing, which could make their sadness even worse! So keep that in mind when around people and trying to decide whether positive emotions should stay there with them forever.. while sometimes we don’t have control of how our own emotions react to other peoples’, at least now you know how others may react depending on context for future reference 🙂
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Sometimes, you just want to scream or laugh out loud when someone says something that makes no sense. You may be in the middle of your work day and suddenly realize that people are not as bright as they should be (a writer for Yahoo Finance said “I have been struggling with this all week long.” What does he mean by “struggling”? Who is he talking about?). Or it could be an old friend who has lost their mind from too much LSD on Saturday night. -Bullet Point Two – [contentline] __ Or you might be at a party and the DJ is playing music that sounds like someone being tortured by an electric saw while they’re also screaming into a microphone, but every time he turns it off for five minutes to let everyone catch their breath, then two seconds later some person in the room starts up again with something even more insane than before (person A: “What are we going to do when this song ends?” Person B: “We’ll just start another one!”).__ __* *__ ** *__ **