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icyfire4w5
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14 Nov 2012, 9:28 am

I don't understand why some politicians perma-smile. Maybe they think that perma-smiling makes them seem friendly but politicians who perma-smile often send chills down my spine. I mean, since politicians are usually surrounded by many advisors, why hasn't any advisor pointed out that perma-smiling is a no-no if politicians want to attract votes? Besides, if politicians perma-smile, won't their lips ache?

I also don't understand why some politicians often wear unconventional colors such as pink. Please don't tell me that pink is their lucky color. I think that pink flatters young people well but not old politicians.



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14 Nov 2012, 10:26 am

The Botox has froze their faces.
Pink is a non- threatening color,they think it makes them look fresh and innocent.HA!



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14 Nov 2012, 11:46 am

icyfire4w5 wrote:
I don't understand why some politicians perma-smile. Maybe they think that perma-smiling makes them seem friendly but politicians who perma-smile often send chills down my spine. I mean, since politicians are usually surrounded by many advisors, why hasn't any advisor pointed out that perma-smiling is a no-no if politicians want to attract votes? Besides, if politicians perma-smile, won't their lips ache?

I also don't understand why some politicians often wear unconventional colors such as pink. Please don't tell me that pink is their lucky color. I think that pink flatters young people well but not old politicians.

Why are you paying attention to this? I find policy matters so much more important.