Thank you, Amanda, and thank you for your answer!I agree with you that smiles between strangers are rare or better - courtesy smiles are still somewhat common, but true, hearthy smiles, those where the eyes are ''smiling'' as well. I understand, that's interesting. Do you just comment what you see or read, or actually make conversation if I can ask? I don't talk much to the TV and computer but I do comment by voice whenever something catches my attention.
Not sure I understand your q.I talk 'at' the TV and computer (like, if a real person is acting stupid or something, or about to get hurt), but I don't do much more than that. The other day I was listening to a lecture using my bluetooth earphones, and I was so inspired and in agreement with what the lecturer was saying, I said something like, "Right on girl! You tell 'em." My husband walks by and says, "Huh?" then figured out, oh, I'm talking to some recorded person again, lol.
Don't worry, you understood it perfectly! You comment at what happens on the screen if I undestood right. I do it as well.
You are beautiful nonetheless, my friend!
As are you.
@Jean-Marie_Céline you get a lot of famale responses 👍👍👍
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That's the spirit!
I understand what you mean, I used to have RBF as well.
I heard it takes more muscles to frown than it does to smile. Makes sense.
Really? I've took a series of smiling portraits to promote mine lol
I'm trying to hide the smile caused by the profit margin I'm making when I'm negotiating