*"When I say purse your lips, purse lips, okay?”
March 27, 2017 5:38am CST
Well, this was what my colleague told me (the one in the middle) when I suggested a groupie (selfie in a group) of us three. This picture was shot 2 years ago when we attended the birthday celebration of the daughter of another colleague. (I have another discussion with a picture of us three with our eyes close). I mentioned that we were doing some wacky shots- eyes closed, pursing lips, and smirking. I posted the ‘eyes closed’ picture, and this one is supposed to be a ‘lip pursing’ shot; but alas! I wasn’t lip pursing at all. When the other 2 colleagues saw this picture, both of them slapped my shoulders, laughing, and said that I did not lip purse as expected. I told them I wanted to be unique; thus, the picture. Do you do more wacky shots with somebody you are comfortable with? I do.
12 Apr 17
@ridingbet When I was still active in my profession (teacher), I didn't always show a serious face. On the contrary. Pupils react positively when a lesson is occasionally funny. My funny side is more verbal, however. I never make grimaces to make someone laugh.
13 Apr 17
@MALUSE that is good. i smile as always when i am in the area, and that is what i tell my students as well. i tell them to show their sincere and genuine smile when interacting with their patients, because a patient seeing a serious face may not accept the interventions done by my student. "Smile, even though in your minds, you are angry at me", that is my statement to them.
29 Mar 17
@jobelbojel i see you have a caricatured avatar. so, showing your wacky shot will eventually reveal your face, right? yes, i believe it takes enough strength to show "thy face". hahaha! but if you have gathered much, then, this site is always to see you in your wackiest shot in your own discussion.