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  • seltzermint555seltzermint555 Posts: 9,693Member Member Posts: 9,693Member Member
    MichSmish wrote: »
    MichSmish wrote: »
    I can’t relate to people who *enjoy* public speaking 🤢

    chemical high afterward, that's all I can say about that.

    I so wish I could successfully public speak. I can't even control how my body reacts. I start shaking, turn bright red and break out in hives, my voice trembles...it's awful. I even took a public speaking class as an undergrad in the hopes of overcoming it or at least making it manageable by getting out of my comfort zone, but no dice. :(

    Aw that's terrible! I wound up minoring in it and doing two years of debate. For me the breakthrough was developing some really good visual aids to distract me and help me with where to put my hands (haha) and I relied heavily on those in my first dozen speeches.
  • honeybee__12honeybee__12 Posts: 9,329Member, Premium Member Posts: 9,329Member, Premium Member
    who insist they suffer from RBF.
    Imo, it’s an excuse for being rude,
    learn some manners.
  • honeybee__12honeybee__12 Posts: 9,329Member, Premium Member Posts: 9,329Member, Premium Member
  • your_future_ex_wifeyour_future_ex_wife Posts: 4,189Member Member Posts: 4,189Member Member
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    do you disagree with the disagree?
  • BoosDimplesBoosDimples Posts: 2,800Member Member Posts: 2,800Member Member
    I can’t relate to people that seem to have not even a modicum of compassion. Those that can’t even entertain the idea that they may be wrong/mistaken/ignorant about some things. Egocentric people.
  • honeybee__12honeybee__12 Posts: 9,329Member, Premium Member Posts: 9,329Member, Premium Member
    who insist they suffer from RBF.
    Imo, it’s an excuse for being rude,
    learn some manners.

    So people’s neutral faces are rude now?

    It’s just my opinion.

    Resting neutral face?
    Maybe it’s not the same thing.

    Like I said, it’s just my opinion.
  • tinkerhellraisertinkerhellraiser Posts: 4,164Member Member Posts: 4,164Member Member
    who insist they suffer from RBF.
    Imo, it’s an excuse for being rude,
    learn some manners.

    So people’s neutral faces are rude now?

    It’s just my opinion.

    Resting neutral face?
    Maybe it’s not the same thing.

    Like I said, it’s just my opinion.

    i always thought rbf was when ladies got those permanent lines between their brows that made them look kinda angry all the time so even tho they were just goin about their day they looked mad
    edited September 13
  • TheChristianSimoneTheChristianSimone Posts: 156Member Member Posts: 156Member Member
    MichSmish wrote: »
    MichSmish wrote: »
    I can’t relate to people who *enjoy* public speaking 🤢

    chemical high afterward, that's all I can say about that.

    I so wish I could successfully public speak. I can't even control how my body reacts. I start shaking, turn bright red and break out in hives, my voice trembles...it's awful. I even took a public speaking class as an undergrad in the hopes of overcoming it or at least making it manageable by getting out of my comfort zone, but no dice. :(

    The more you do it the better. The failure of it makes you so much more canning. If I can find a way public speaking will be how I make a lucrative living. It's like the dopest thing in the world.

    I can't relate to those who don't try or need everything laid out.
  • honeybee__12honeybee__12 Posts: 9,329Member, Premium Member Posts: 9,329Member, Premium Member
    who insist they suffer from RBF.
    Imo, it’s an excuse for being rude,
    learn some manners.

    So people’s neutral faces are rude now?

    It’s just my opinion.

    Resting neutral face?
    Maybe it’s not the same thing.

    Like I said, it’s just my opinion.

    i always thought rbf was when ladies got those permanent lines between their brows that made me look kinda angry all the time so even tho they were just goin about their day they looked mad

    😂 I could be wrong but I think that’s just wrinkles from age.
  • LyndaBSSLyndaBSS Posts: 5,794Member, Premium Member Posts: 5,794Member, Premium Member
    I can't relate to people who don't know what Game of Thrones is. 😞
  • happimess01happimess01 Posts: 640Member Member Posts: 640Member Member
    I can't relate to people who make a lot of Harry Potter references
  • honeybee__12honeybee__12 Posts: 9,329Member, Premium Member Posts: 9,329Member, Premium Member
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    I give, I give!!! 😂

    I’m old, cut me a break girls.
    It’s just my old *kitten* opinion!
    geez
    edited September 14
  • your_future_ex_wifeyour_future_ex_wife Posts: 4,189Member Member Posts: 4,189Member Member
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    I give, I give!!! 😂

    I’m old, cut me a break girls.
    It’s just my old *kitten* opinion!
    geez
    😂
  • patiencenoslackingpatiencenoslacking Posts: 2Member Member Posts: 2Member Member
    I have an RBF face so I try to remember to smile all the time when I'm in public which is not easy to do. Its just that my mouth turns down naturally at the corners when I'm not smiling.
  • CanesGalacticaCanesGalactica Posts: 5,360Member Member Posts: 5,360Member Member
    IDR to people who tell me I should "smile more". No *kitten*, there ain't nothing over here to smile about, kindly move on and stop patrolling my face. :laugh:

    I also just don't get this. Why does a random stranger care whether I smile or not when that is the *only* interaction they have with me? It's just weird.
  • your_future_ex_wifeyour_future_ex_wife Posts: 4,189Member Member Posts: 4,189Member Member
    IDR to people who tell me I should "smile more". No *kitten*, there ain't nothing over here to smile about, kindly move on and stop patrolling my face. :laugh:

    I also just don't get this. Why does a random stranger care whether I smile or not when that is the *only* interaction they have with me? It's just weird.

    I find it’s usually men being awkwardly flirty
  • CanesGalacticaCanesGalactica Posts: 5,360Member Member Posts: 5,360Member Member
    IDR to people who tell me I should "smile more". No *kitten*, there ain't nothing over here to smile about, kindly move on and stop patrolling my face. :laugh:

    I also just don't get this. Why does a random stranger care whether I smile or not when that is the *only* interaction they have with me? It's just weird.

    I find it’s usually men being awkwardly flirty

    Yeah, that is kinda awkward, especially if I can't tell that you're actually flirting. :neutral:
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