This is something SILLY - Smiling, or Expressing Anger while composing SMS

December 14, 2008 1:53am CST
While composing text message I fail to hide my expression. If it is intended to transpire a humor - I invariably start smiling while composing the message. Also when it comes to a serious matter - my facial expression says it all. But I have seen my friend who can compose text messages conveying different moods without changing his facial expression - be it serious, or full of fun. What does your facial expression suggest when you type a text message? Does it reflect the content? Just getting curious. Happy myLotting!!!
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@shemah (841)
• Malaysia
14 Dec 08
Hahaha. I was just asked why I was smiling when receiving an sms. I don't know whether I express a lot of facial expressions while I'm composing, though. I guess it's only natural that we do. It's pretty difficult to appear stoic when you receive messages or write messages that affect you emotionally. :) Great posting, nil!
• India
14 Dec 08
Thanks and happy to read your response.
@Jenaisle (3803)
• Philippines
14 Dec 08
I for one can't hide what I feel. I can't keep a straight face; that is why I could not be a raconteur. If what I'm saying is sad, then my face reflects it, likewise when I'm happy. There are times though that I do cybernetics; that is I smile and laugh often when I'm feeling sad and blue, then eventually I do acquire the feeling. It's just a matter of perspective. Focus on the positive. Cheers and happy mylotting too.
• India
14 Dec 08
Wonderful input. Happy and relaxed.