It takes 43 muscles to frown and only 17 to smile

I must remember this because I am always frowning. Even when I was taking my wedding photographs, I remember the photographers said “Its hard to take nice photos because the bride is always frowning.” Hahaha. Its a really bad habit I have.

Even my kids imitate my frowning face and ask me why I make my face like that. And when that makes me smile they ask me “Why mummy happy already?” Kids! They can make you smile but sometimes they are also the source of my frowns. Lol!

I must try to remember not to frown so much if I don’t want to have an old wrinkly face in a few years time. For surely the face will get more wrinkles from overuse of those frown muscles from all these years. Hehe.

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  1. Judy says:

    You must be like me. Not because we are angry or sad inside but that must be our natural face expression.
    My daughter always say why I look so fierce or sad even though inside me I feel happy and perky. Worse if I am concentrating on something….the face looks more garang!
    Ok, after reading this, must smile more….smiling, smiling, smiling……

    I don’t think I look garang, merely annoyed most of the time. Hehe.

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