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I was asked by a guy 'why do you always smile?'What does that mean? Is that a good or bad thing? :/

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My bestfriend mukesh asked me that same question in the 7th grade year when we first met. I always smile even when I had braces so he nicknamed me "smiles" I think it's a good thing because the guy notices a good trait about you and maybe finds it pretty or he probably wants to know what you have to be happy about so he can look at life the same way. we r in jr yr. I'm hoping my buddy finds my smile attractive....I love him <3

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It means he's curious about why you smile a lot, I assume you're optimistic? Anyways, it means that people notice you which's good unless you hate attention in that case, put your head down.

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Don't think it's a bad thing. It could mean he thinks your smile is attractive....Hell, ask him why he asked you why you smile so much. If he blushes, it means he has a crush on ya!

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Remember a smiling face looks 100 times more attractive than a strait face, but dat dosent mean that u keep smiling full 24 hours a day

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It is a good thing that you always put a gentle smile on your face..but be aware that there are sometimes at some situations smiling could be considered a rude thing to do.

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he may have been concerned about your "mentality" .. he probably knows that a smile can be indicative of someone with a mental disorder...(or from a "nut house..)...

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heehehhehehe your answer made me laugh like so hard xD
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