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Offline omid

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Hey guys,
Omid is sure that you lo must've noticed as well that while we apply force to something there are wierd kinda expression on our faces.
Why can't we do it with nutral expressions on our face? ::)


 

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I was joking about the gurning, the correct term would be involuntary grimacing.
« Last Edit: 28/10/2009 18:45:26 by RD »
 

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Somehow it seems the effort makes the whole body tense and when doing something delicate, there is a tendency to poke out the tongue.

As far as my father was concerned, no DIY job was done until it had been blessed with a barage of obscenities.

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