what is the difference between a SMILE and LAUGH?

@gambler (1108)
India
October 6, 2006 8:52am CST
I would say both are body languages.
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10 responses
@kunalsp (428)
• India
6 Oct 06
laugh - sound pollution smile - no pollution
6 Oct 06
Nice literal approach. :)
@gambler (1108)
• India
11 Oct 06
i like that response..
• India
12 Oct 06
best answer
@prasad1961 (5602)
• India
7 Oct 06
"Smile is silent" (It increases your face value) "Laugh is Louder" (It shows your presence)
@gambler (1108)
• India
11 Oct 06
which one do you use at most times?
@blessonje (1652)
• India
12 Oct 06
smile ...its just please others ..laugh its something we do when hearing a joke
@diju03 (535)
11 Oct 06
a smile is subtle. a laugh is more expressive
• Pakistan
11 Oct 06
smile is when you stretch your lips a little bit from both sides right and leftward with as such no voice whereas laugh is when you open your full mouth and a big noise of HA HA HA...
@borg_queen (2535)
• Philippines
11 Oct 06
Smile - your teeth are closed. Laugh - your mouth is open. Your oral cavity is exposed to the elements.
@Sunset50 (1397)
• United States
10 Oct 06
A smile is acceptance and friendliness. A laugh is joy and uplifting.
@rmuxagirl (7559)
• United States
6 Oct 06
they're both expressions of happiness. A smile is unaudible while a laugh has sounds. I think a person has a different smile and laugh for different situations.
6 Oct 06
They both are important to the expression of emotions. Many people have different types of laugh and also smiles, I think laughs can express how more confident you are in your current surrounding.
@bimal10p (1220)
• India
6 Oct 06
result is same i guess...u do it when ur happy... juss differs in the way of expressing it..