I Smile Way Too Much

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    In 🏫 school,my friends are always asking

    "why I smile so much" and I reply " because why not,because y'all make me 😊 smile"..... Introduction in SMILES😁
    ayo02 ayo02
    16-17, F
    4 Responses Feb 17, 2015

    I'm A Bit Conflicted

    I smile at people, even when I'm depressed, because I think it is a bit rude not to. But then people get the wrong impression about how I feel. I can be feeling absolutely rotten, and people think I'm happy. It leaves me feeling misunderstood. I wish I could stop smiling so...
    ViennaRose200 ViennaRose200
    26-30, F
    3 Responses Mar 28, 2010

    Everyday, I always smile a lot.

    When I'm outside. When I'm talking to someone, I smile. When I'm alone or when nobody talks to me, they think I'm mad because I don't smile. Idk I think it became a habit, a bad habit. Even when I'm talking about something serious. I smile. It's not that I don't care. I just...
    Weirdestone Weirdestone
    18-21, F
    Dec 19, 2014


    I know its not the worst trait to have.  But it annoys me sometimes.  Yesterday my lead at work asked me why I was smiling. And I didnt have an answer. "I dont know!" I said. I even smile at people I cant stand at work. out of habit I guess.
    allyKat allyKat
    26-30, F
    1 Response Dec 6, 2007

    Maybe I'm Worng

    I smile way too much and it gets on my wife's nerves. I can't stand being unhappy. I know there are somethings that I should be serious about and that should really bother me but it is hard for me to stay sad. I would just rather let it go and move on and smile. I just like...
    PlayNice PlayNice
    22-25, M
    2 Responses Dec 6, 2007

    When I Was Even Younger People Said You Just Smile

    for every one of you reading this.when i was younger an even now folks say you sure smile a lot.they ask why do i smile for.i do not have anything against it why do you.i say i just find reasons by heart to smile an be happy/we...
    deleted deleted
    2 Responses Feb 23, 2013

    A Smile Confuses An Approaching Frown.

    It takes greater number of facial muscles to frown than required to smile;))) I love the fact that when I smile at someone...they smile back...its contagious;))) I like that it can make someones day...just simply smiling;))) Smiling is such a welcoming gesture, universal...
    micluv micluv
    36-40, F
    2 Responses Nov 29, 2010
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