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Which of [these facial expressions] describes you best?

96 votes: A

11 votes: B

32 votes: C

78 votes: D

22 votes: E

6 votes: F

24 votes: G

13 votes: H

10 votes: I

9 votes: J

13 votes: K

16 votes: L

21 votes: M

8 votes: N

20 votes: O

9 votes: P

69 votes: Q

21 votes: R

81 votes: S

61 votes: T

4 votes: U

4 votes: V

7 votes: W

14 votes: X

Total votes: 649


73 Commentson 56 roots

LightningSlash`s Avatar
Rating Orb LightningSlash 15 United States SanguineMelancholic 132C 8F
6 years ago | (7)
M, because it's closest to the Awesome Face, which describes me best. :D
sleestak`s Avatar
Rating Orb sleestak 13 United States MelancholicPhlegmatic 25C 1F
6 years ago | (5)
I chose P because I am laughing most of the time although I can be very serious.
david s`s Avatar
Rating Orb david s 19 United States MelancholicCholeric 1823C 898F
6 years ago | (12)
I had to go with C. I'd say that I worry too much to be something other than that. I'm too cold and emotionless most of the time to be in any other "row", but the column was trickier to pick. I don't quite think of myself as bland and uncharacteristic, being the blank stare, "poker face" of A, nor do I think I'm as serious as D. Generally I could be described as "stoic in a mask". I go through the moves, and I "smile" but people can often see through my smile. When some people smile, you can tell they're only showing the tip of the iceberg of the happiness that's in them. That's not me. Then there's also the people who smile like they're happy, but they're actually afraid or something. Again, not me. There's also the people who smile, but in reality have nothing to do with something, and the smile is entirely fake. Still not me. When I smile, I never really put much into it. I'm not a smiler. Happiness eludes me. I laugh, sometimes uncontrollably, at something funny, but I don't "smile". It's humour, not happiness. In fact, the only emotions I can be driven to a "full show" of are sadness and anger. I don't "naturally" go to anger. It's something that I only go to when I have no option.(When I'm cornered, if you will.) Anger can also come from frustration, but that, in a way, is being cornered. I get angry when I feel my entire world is conspiring against me. When my whole day decides to drop a major load of manure on me. Then I get frantic and upset, but usually I get depressed when that happens.

Ahh depression. Ever since my 19th birthday last Monday, I've been having a horrible bout of depression, and it never seems to stop. This is different from all the other times I've been depressed, this hurts more. Literally. It literally feels like someone is whisking my heart around.

Anyway, you'd think then that I'd be the frowny face, right? Nope. I'm not always depressed. In conversation and throughout most of my time, I faintly feel most of the moods other people feel.(Still no happiness though.) I feel the same emotions, but they seem strange to me... they're never strong, and they never last, but they sometimes occur. I feel these faint feelings sometimes, but they're there enough to recognize and such. Still, it only takes a little bit to push me into anger or sadness. I mostly go with the flow in my other emotions, but I can be prone to anger and sadness. I'm only ever angry though when I can't blame myself. If I can blame myself, then I will.(No matter what it's about, if I can blame myself, I will. It doesn't work backwards with the taking credit for good things either. I take credit where it's due, and I get as much joy out of it as a block of wood would.)

As I said earlier, I could be described as "stoic in a mask". I don't generally feel things like other people do. I yearn to be able to enjoy things like others do, but instead I just go through movements, almost soulless, when trying to look normal. I don't feel things like other people do, but I pretend to so that I don't look weird. I where a mask to make me look normal. Hence the emotionless mouth selection for the face thingy.

I think the up-eyebrows thing fits, but only a little. I'm not serious, like D, nor am I emotional like B, nor quite emotionless like A. I do have feelings, but I don't care what happens to my feelings. Instead I care what others are feeling and doing, because I don't want them to end up like me. I try to push others, to get them going in the right direction, and if someone does something I dislike, unless they push me into anger, I just plead that they don't do more.

No, I wouldn't say I'm , as this site understands . I'd say I'm more , but I'm not as serious with things.

I don't think this adequately explains my position, nor do I think this makes sense... hmm... there's only so much you can say with words... oh well. I went with C.
ScintillaTinge`s Avatar
Rating Orb ScintillaTinge 18 United States 59C 0F
6 years ago | (6)
Hmm, are these about my overall personality, or my general emotion in the past couple years or so? I'd find it pretty difficult if it was overall personality; I prefer to think that I, and most people, don't have a defining emotion. A personality seems like it should be so much more intricate than that— maybe I find it more accurate to say that personalities are defined by what makes people satisfied, or angry, or enthusiastic—

But, assuming it's about how I've dealt with things lately, I'm definitely S: putting on a face of contentment, to both myself and to other people, even when I'm probably not very happy— If I'm interpreting the half-smile right, that is. I figured it meant trying to smile, or making a false smile, the way T looks like a false smile in an attempt to be manipulative.
Mongoosedog37`s Avatar
Rating Orb Mongoosedog37 13 United States MelancholicSanguine 1C 0F
6 years ago | (12)
I may do that. Though I doubt that anyone would notice.
Noisemaker`s Avatar
Rating Orb Noisemaker 18 United States CholericSanguine 20C 2F
6 years ago | (12)
This makes me want to print out the facial expressions sheet, cut mine out, plaster it on my face, and walk around campus with it on me for a day, just to see what happens...
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