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Discussion in 'Help Requests' started by Ken Anderson, Jan 24, 2015.
If this was a bar, the SOC ladies would get free drinks all night.
Well the body may let us down - but a smile is easy to achieve x
Really girl? You must not have dentures. I mean I got premium dentures with implants to hold them and I cannot smile. I tried to smile at a friendly old guy at the senior center, but he thought I was blowing him a kiss. My profile photo was as much smile as I can do anymore. My body is still fairly strong, but the smile eludes me since jaw surgery.
Aah that's a shame, but - then again I get sick of seeing 'teeth' - you can feign a smile with teeth
but smile as we are in our avatar, and we mean business
Yes - I have me own teeth and pretty good they are
The problem with a smiling avatar...it can sometimes be a little off-putting to look up and see a big smile when you post something of a serious nature.
Ha ha - don't look Ethel !
No, has never happened Nancy maybe 'cos I don't look at the avatar when posting - try it - it works x
Besides if I don't smile, it will look like a proper 'photo booth' picture
You have the cutest avatar I've seen, Patsy. It fits always.
or like me trying to be a comedian with my sour faced avatar.
You have me filling up now Nancy - so nice you are x
@Sami Faye Sorrell … 'or like me trying to be a comedian with my sour faced avatar'.
Ha ha! Ray Stevens quote. "Don't look Ethel ... Did you see what happened? ... Yeah I did" ha ha ha!!!
I guess the avatar jokes must come to an end as its Ken's thread Ne' mind
Leave it be Frank! I like seeing a handsome man with a mountain background. I grew up in the high mountains on a ranch. Nothing stale about your stance.
Maybe we should all put up pictures of ourselves at 20 as avatars.
@Sami Faye Sorrell Gee, I hope you won't regret in time getting me started; surely others will!
Ah, yes.....Taken near Susanville, California, about 1975, and, @Beth Gallagher , yes, I was much younger then, obviously, but NOT 20! Actually, 33. Besides, it must be stated that few would care to see me now, so devastating have been the rigors of growing old!
Actually, I wasn't referring to you, Frank. Who among us didn't look better at 20? And all of us are old or we wouldn't be posting here.