A smile can change ur life....

Smile - Smile ever, tension never
India
February 3, 2007 2:16pm CST
Ok guys.........first of all please give me a good heavy smile.... ye...yea.....yeaah......exactly.....just hold it... oHHKKKK!! SO guys I just took this smiling pic of urs..... see u look gute when u laugh... " " | V Anyways..... what do u feel about it...? A smile can work out ur health turn gud increase ur face value and publlic relaton make u stay happily and with lonegvity make ur blood circulation more vital Makes u feel smarter and younger gives a good exercise to ur facial muscles. even burns calories and so many other things....so how do u think about smile..... definitely rocking right.... so people keep on laughin forever
3 responses
@sureshmoe (974)
• India
12 Feb 07
As i know that "Smile is the best solution of our life, so keep smiling always and avoid angry"...This is the deescription present in my profiles...so goahead and refer that....
@raveena (1355)
• India
12 Feb 07
Smile - It increases your Face Value - Smile is a facial expression formed by flexing muscles most notably near both ends of the mouth, but also around the eyes.
Researchers have identified a number of different types of smiles. The "Duchenne smile", after the researcher Guillaume Duchenne, is the most studied, and involves the movement of both the zygomaticus major muscle near the mouth and the orbicularis oculi muscle near the eyes. An example of the smile is shown in the girl's smile in the middle of the page. It is believed that the Duchenne smile is only produced as an involuntary response to genuine emotion, and is therefore what one could call the "genuine" smile. Due to the involvement of the muscle near the eyes, it is sometime said that one can tell whether or not a smile is "real" by whether or not it "reaches the eyes". The "Pan American smile", on the other hand, is the voluntary smile involving only the zygomaticus major muscle to show politeness; for example, by a flight attendant on the former airline of the same name. Considered "insincere", this type of smile has also been called the "Professional Smile" by David Foster Wallace in his comedic short story A Supposedly Fun Thing I'll Never Do Again".
@raveena (1355)
• India
12 Feb 07
Researchers have identified a number of different types of smiles. The "Duchenne smile", after the researcher Guillaume Duchenne, is the most studied, and involves the movement of both the zygomaticus major muscle near the mouth and the orbicularis oculi muscle near the eyes. An example of the smile is shown in the girl's smile in the middle of the page. It is believed that the Duchenne smile is only produced as an involuntary response to genuine emotion, and is therefore what one could call the "genuine" smile. Due to the involvement of the muscle near the eyes, it is sometime said that one can tell whether or not a smile is "real" by whether or not it "reaches the eyes". The "Pan American smile", on the other hand, is the voluntary smile involving only the zygomaticus major muscle to show politeness; for example, by a flight attendant on the former airline of the same name. Considered "insincere", this type of smile has also been called the "Professional Smile" by David Foster Wallace in his comedic short story A Supposedly Fun Thing I'll Never Do Again".