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05 Dec 2013, 11:34 am

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So theorise as to what these facial expressions mean!



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05 Dec 2013, 11:50 am

My theory? These facial expressions mean the young woman has been prompted to make a variety of facial expressions that are meant to exemplify a number of underlying emotions.


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05 Dec 2013, 11:52 am

I'm going for it!
First row: Happy, Happy, Annoyed, Coy
Second row: Serious, Listening, Teasing, Frustrated
Third row: Angry, Surprised, Pondering, Surprised
Fourth row: Uninterested (originally thought sleeping but then thought who would be having a conversation, thus providing facial expressions, when they're asleep?),Teasing, Yawning (bored?), Pondering



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05 Dec 2013, 12:24 pm

1: happy, happy, bored, don't know
2: don't know, neutral, don't know, pain
3: angry, surprised, thinking, surprised
4: don't know, silly, tired, thinking


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05 Dec 2013, 12:31 pm

happy, happier, sad, sarcasticly chiding

bumed-out, neutral, goofy, in pain

angry, surprised, pretending not to know something she actually knows (disingenuous), really surprised

shy, angry, board, uncomfortable



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05 Dec 2013, 12:37 pm

1. happy, homicidal, jealous, lustful
2. angry, calm, no idea( maybe mouthwash), scared
3 angry, shocked, bored, surprised
4. bored, angry, bored, nervous


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05 Dec 2013, 12:37 pm

Happy, excited, pouty, flirtatious
Confused, neutral, frustrated, pained
Angry, shocked, *eyeroll*, suprised
Sleepy, bratty, bored, wishing she could leave



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05 Dec 2013, 12:41 pm

This isn't the adults only section of the site, so I can't go into any detail on what all those facial expressions say :wink:


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05 Dec 2013, 1:03 pm

binaryodes wrote:
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So theorise as to what these facial expressions mean!

top row Let to right:
Pleasant , happy, pouting, not sure
Second row left to right:
concentrating, don't know, looks like she's got something in her mouth, looks like she's constipated and struggling hard to get it out,
Third row left to right:
Something stuck in her teeth, surprised in a not so good way, bored, surprised in a bad way
Fourth row left to right:
Sleeping, sticking tongue out for whatever reason usually you do that to make fun of someone I guess, Yawning, I have no idea


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05 Dec 2013, 1:03 pm

Fourth one in the top row: duck face.


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05 Dec 2013, 1:09 pm

happy, more happy, sad, I don't have a word for this.
annoyed?, neutral, flustered, cringing.
"grr," shocked, thinking?, surprised.
sleeping or meditating, teasing, yawning?, either thinking or exasperated or apprehensive.

With some of these, I can think of multiple possible meanings; I would have to know the context to identify the exact emotion being conveyed.



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05 Dec 2013, 1:31 pm

Ok I can do this I think:

First row:

Friendly, happy (or on drugs), grumpy, trying to be sexy.

Second row:

Concentrating, neutral, fed up, um..displeasure?

Third row:

Angry, suprised, thinking, amazed

Last row

Sleeping, ner ner, yawning, doesn't agree with something



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05 Dec 2013, 1:32 pm

Do we get the answers at some point?



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05 Dec 2013, 1:57 pm

happy, manic, pouty, ?
frustrated, blank, silly, laughing
fierce, surprised, trying to remember something, shocked and amused
taking a deep breath to calm down, playful, tired/yawning, "oh crap" realization

For the ?, I can't even get a good guess in :(



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05 Dec 2013, 2:25 pm

This is an awesome game!

1. Smug, About to bite, frowny, ?
2. Sad, bit less sad, ho hum, Gah!
3. Angry, Surprised in a bad way, Thinking about something else, Surprised in a good way
4. Had enough, feigning cheekiness, feigning tiredness, done with it all.



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05 Dec 2013, 3:23 pm

HEY HEY HEY!

NOBODY HAS SUCH EXAGGERATED FACIAL EXPRESSIONS!

In normal everyday life, faces are so subtle that I can't tell if someone is angry at me or has a bad stomach ache or is thinking about something serious....or if they are happy, pretending to be happy, or thinking that what I have to say is nonsense.....

These "tests" drive me CRAZY. They're just not real! Not real! I feel like screaming!