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Monday, December 29, 2008

Sadly Mad

the other day, i saw my econsoc sis and she told me: "Why do you look sad? it's the holidays." and i was like, "i'm not sad." then after a few hours, she texted me not to look sad. i was really surprised. later that night, i met with two friends, and i told them about it. they were like, "we know why she told you that, coz you're so irritable now." i told them, "sad is different from mad"

the next day, i met my highschool friends and they're like, "why do you look mad?"

i don't know what happened to my face or to my smile. does it have something to do with my hair? i'm always having a bad hair day. haaay...

5 comments:

Mel Avila Alarilla said...

It's the feelings that overflow from the heart. We can't teach our face what to show. If there is joy and peace in one's heart, it will show in the face. Try to analyze your thought patterns lately if they are pleasant or negative. The feeling of wellness must pervade one's heart and soul for it to manifest on the outside. Thanks for the post. God bless you always.

zingtrial said...

"It could be that our emotions, and the systems to regulate them, are vestiges of our evolutionary history."

humans might have learned that rather than express negative emotions by yelling, biting or throwing insults, they may have developed a system that automatically closes the mouth to prevent it. He!He!He!
It could be that our emotions, and the systems to regulate them, are vestiges of our evolutionary history .Wishing you well
HAPPY NEW YEAR AND ALL THE BEST

kyels said...

It's okay po. We all have our own bad hair days and feelings come from our hearts and we can't control our expressions, di ba?

(:

Richard said...

Ha, ha, bad hair day is a good excuse.

Mind you, the ad embedded in your post for bad hair day is for a pet shampoo.

freeze said...

haha just one of those days... what we feel transends through our eyes