Yeah, well I hate that these masks don’t keep creeps from creeping. Also, I’m 33. I’m not a fucking girl.
Edit: someone called Reddit Cares on me, lol. And there’s a frankly hilarious number of men in the comments complaining about how people like me make it hard for men to hit on girls. Here’s a hint, guys: Either she’s actually a woman, not a girl, you’re in high school, or she’s too young for you. Grown men should not be hitting on girls.
As a woman using dating apps, there is no bigger turn off than rows of pictures of serious faces. Not only is adding a picture of you smiling more attractive, it also gives me a better impression of what you look like!
Don't wanna wear a mask forever. Like smiling at strangers. Like seeing their faces light up. It's been a year, I feel really alone and disconnected. Can't live like this forever.
They both get off the bus at the next stop. The pregnant woman is furious and demands an explanation. "What exactly is so damn funny?" "I'm sorry, ma'am," replies the giggling man. "But I couldn't help noticing you're pregnant, and when you first sat down, you sat under an advertisement which read 'Coming Soon: The Gold Dust Twins.' Then you sat under an ad that read 'Sloan's Liniments Remove Swelling.' Then you moved under a deodorant advertisement which read 'William's Stick Did the Trick.' And I just couldn't hold it in any longer when you moved a fourth time and sat under a tire advertisement which read 'Dunlop Rubber Would Have Prevented This Accident.'"
I (43m) met a woman (34f) online several months ago. We began talking and we really it off.
She's a really pretty woman, but she does have a slight flaw to her physical appearance; she has a bad case of TMJ which makes it so that when she gives a big smile one side of her mouth curls up into a huge grin while the other side basically stays still. Every selfie we've taken together has her looking like this. While I absolutely accept that this is just a condition she has I wish she would do what she can to make it less noticeable.
We've recently started talking about becoming engaged. Both of our sets of parents are ecstatic since they both apparently thought that grandkids weren't happening from either of us. But when the subject of engagement photos came up I told her that she should not smile quite so broadly so as to let her true, natural beauty shine through. She got really, really angry at this and said that the curled up lip on one side *is* her natural beauty, since it's her. She said that she isn't even sure if marrying me is a good idea.
I'm the youngest of four kids in my family and the only boy. My father (71m) when he heard about his told me that "it was no wonder that none of my relationships have worked out through all these years" and that I need to apologize to her and beg her forgiveness. My mother (67f) said that I should have been nicer but that she understands.
I know all of this sounds bad but I just really want her to be at her best. That's not for my sake, but for her's.
“That’s enough,” I said, smiling back at her minced fingers on my plate.
Tweet >Derrick Rose was asked if he's noticed anything different about Tom Thibodeau in New York: " He’s smiling. I’ve never seen him smile as much as he has right now." Rose, obviously, played for Thibodeau in Chicago and Minnesota.
Source > Nic Claxton, who got a technical foul for hanging on the rim after a dunk tonight, said both James Harden and Kyrie Irving offered to pay his fine. "So, I'm not really worried about it," he said, smiling.
He realised, as me and my family crawled down from the roof, that we weren't locked in with him, he was locked in with us.
It was only after the pain finally left and the largest shadow stepped toward me that I started to panic.