Okay so I'm sitting by myself watching Hanamaru Kindergarden (a really cute anime) on my phone with only one earbud in (because only one works), and some person decided to come up to me and disturb my piece and out of the blue say "Why do you look so grouchy? You'd look cuter if you looked happy and smiled more." It bothers me so much when that happens! It's like bruh, I was content and happy up until you opened your god damn mouth. I'm not angry that's just how my fucking content face is! Like what makes you think it's okay to disturb someone who's obviously preoccupied with watching something? You just don't come up to a person and say they look grouchy. I wanted to tell this dude off so badly, but I just gave a fake crooked smile and walked away because I wasn't in the mood for an argument.
- I suffer from resting bitch face.Vote A
- I don't suffer from resting bitch face.Vote B
- What is resting bitch face?Vote C
Most Helpful Guy
No because im a dude.
But yes i have resting bitch face syndrome.
I have been told i have that at least and people who say that end up being the ones with the problems 90% of the time.
This is because they feel uncomfortable when someone feels a different way (even if you don't) leading to making them wish to change your attitude so they feel more comfortable. Fuck em.1
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Most Helpful Girl
I totally understand. Oh man do I have a story to tell you. On Saturday I went to a Halloween party dressed as Wednesday Addams. I was watching my brothers play ping pong and at one point, I majorly zoned out and was staring off into space. Some old guy came up to me and said, "don't you ever smile?" I froze and stammered that I thought my face went with my Wednesday Addams costume. He whispered in my ear that he thought I was cute. God, I was so uncomfortable. That wasn't even the end of it. He was staring at me for the rest of the night. When my parents wanted to leave, I practically sprinted to the car.1
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