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Reasons to smile

Discussion in 'The Pub' at netrider.net.au started by kaitlyn, Oct 9, 2007.

  1. You use an average of 43 muscles for a frown. You use an average of 17 muscles for a smile.

    Every two thousand frowns :creates one wrinkle.

    Yikes :shock:

    So if u stop producing collagen by around age 20.... anyone wanna dare to work out how many that is by the time your 70?


     
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  2. But only 3 to punch them in the face :LOL:.
     
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  3. this topic made me smile :)

    jd made me :rofl:
     
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  4. baboom tish! :rofl:

    Smiling is definitely the way to go, but what about the crows feet from smiling too much Kaitlyn...
     
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  5. Smiling gets you improved customer service and discounts.

    FACT.
     
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  6. nah, you're thinking of boobies 2loo :LOL:


    good one jd
     
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  7. That's why I'm forced to put on a happy face after each time I'm caught frowning.
     
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  8. FACT

    Smiling releases endorphins which make you feel happy.

    Discovered in a study of human expressions, these guys trying to map smiles into 3d software for months on end. Later they went into extreme depression..

    Too much smiling is bad for you! :)

    Next time you're feeling a bit shitty, force yourself to smile (easier said than done I know) for a while, and see for yourself.
     
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  9. It also improves your chances of touching those.

    Especially if your GF likes your smile...
     
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  10. Exactly, i always tell friends to try and laugh you're fricken ass off, and look for humour wherever you can get it.
     
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  11. Thats why god invented botox! hehehe :p
     
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  12. There used to be an old Vietnamese guy who worked here. His name was Hu, but everyone just called him Hooter.

    Anyway, old Hooter ALWAYS had a smile on his face. Didn't matter what sort of day he'd had, he was always cheery and managed to turn your bad day into a good one. I asked him one day why he was always smiling.

    He said to me, "When I wake up in the morning, I've got two choices; I can be happy, or I can be grumpy. I choose happy."

    It's as simple as that, people. Choose happy. :grin:
     
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  13. I still can't understand how rat poison became a socially acceptable beauty treatment. :roll:
     
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  14. Because most of the people it's used on are the human equivalent of rats I guess.



    Be happy. Think of pulling a wheelie on your motorbike. It always makes me smile.
     
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