Alas, I have the polar opposite of poker face, AND it's usually accompanied by vocal back-up. It's all gotten me into trouble more than my share of the time. I share your pain.Your best friend's mother-in-law clearly doesn't like her. :)
I absolutely loved this post Jenny! Not only did I envision all of your scenarios ( the comedy club-very uncomfortable!) but I also remembered so many of my own examples! I have since mastered the poker face!! Love Di
loved this post – it's so true! loved your examples, i have no PFT, whatsoever. one note, your roommate wearing your new dress, that she cut the tags off? that would be the end (of my friendship with that person)after all, cutting the tags off is the next adrenaline rush after the purchase
Oh, I lack that gene, too. I had a friend in grad school who told me she could not look at me when one particular idiot in our class was talking because she knew my toughts about him would be very visible on my face. Usually along with my rolling eyes.
I'm terrible with poker faces. Can't do them.
My family and I aren't such great poker facers either. We're not too bad, but it really shows when we meet up with a stupid person. My sister is the worst. It's just so classic to see the look on her face when she has to deal with someone who has no common sense whatsoever. Haha!
Son of a whore is now in my repertoire. Ah ha
time to get your own host :) SOO much easier.
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