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Smile, a genuine, warm smile...there now, how good did that feel?

Asked by ucme (50003points) 1 month ago

Non smilers should wind their necks in & refrain from crafting a response.
You know…butt out!

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15 Answers

stanleybmanly's avatar

How genuine should it feel when produced on demand?

seawulf575's avatar

As always, it has two feelings. The first is a minor release of stress which is always good. The second is a feeling of oddity…smiling a genuine, warm smile when I am alone. Kinda creepy almost!

ucme's avatar

No one was forced to answer let alone smile…no demand.

elbanditoroso's avatar

Artificial, even forced.

kritiper's avatar

I missed it. Do it again.

lucillelucillelucille's avatar

Good as always! :)

KNOWITALL's avatar

Feels happy. Smiling about Mahomes 10 year contract with our Chiefs! :D

Demosthenes's avatar

I’ll let you know when it happens genuinely. :)

ucme's avatar

Interesting responses!
They made me smile, genuinely :-)
A couple were wry ones, but that’s only fair :D

LuckyGuy's avatar

It worked for me. I imagined you smiling and couldn’t help myself.
Thanks!

ucme's avatar

@KNOWITALL At $500m I reckon I’d be smiling too!
@LuckyGuy That’s the spirit bud!

cookieman's avatar

I wish I could genuinely smile, with teeth. Whenever I try to (like just now), I look like I’m having a stroke.

I can do the warm, beaming, closed mouth smile OR I can laugh at something funny.

Which would you prefer?

ragingloli's avatar

The bigger the smile, the sharper the knife.

ucme's avatar

@cookieman Not about me, if you feel a smile coming on, let it happen. If not, don’t.
The stroke thing made me laugh though, just the mental image.

PaisleyFaye's avatar

Funny how something so simple can be so contagious at times. Smiling for me is a natural act, it makes me feel good, but its not an act for the faint of heart lol

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