17 years of being blessed minsan hindi naman
sa dami ng handa (wala rin kasi akong panghanda)o ng bumati ang celebration
ng birthday mo minsan kasi nasasayo na kung
magiging masaya ka sa 1 pang taon na
binigay sayo ni lord. Yes. I am happy today.
Madaming masayang nangyari. Madaming
bumati. Hindi na ako magkandaugaga sa pag
Thank you. Pero kada isa nun naappreciate
ko.Yung bati lang sobrang laking effort na Kahit ba “HBD” lang yan. Masaya
ako kasi binati nila ako.(Ang Tamad Nila) Yes,
mababaw man kung mababaw pero that is
enough for me.lalo na ung mga nag intay
talaga ng 12am pra lang batiin ako (Ang Sweet) [serious voice] thank you
sa lahat ng bumati at naka alala na birthday
ko (hindi sa tulong ng facebook) pero okay
nadin un atleast maraming Notifs! thank you
ulet! lovelots! :* :)
80% of communication is really conveyed through body language. If you want to really know what someone is thinking or feeling, pay attention to the body language.
However, body language means different things in different contexts including culture.
Here is a list of 20 body languages and what they generally mean in Western culture:
Squinting - When people see what they don’t like, feel threatened, or are unhappy, they squint their eyes.
Arched Eyebrows - When we raise our eyebrows, it means we are contemplating what we’re listening to and that we’re mildly intrigued.
Direct Eye Contact - means we’re interested, we’re listening, and that we’re focused on you. It also conveys that we got nothing to hide.
Blinking too much - means we’re nervous or anxious
Hands the Church Steeple - fingertips touching, palms facing apart conveys we’re thinking and that we’re about to make a decision or move.
Arms Akimbo - planting your hands with your thumps backward on your hips and elbows out in a “V” shape displays dominance or authority.
Feet facing directly the other person - It shows that we’re focused on the other person.
Crossed feet (Standing or sitting) - When we cross our feet standing or sitting down, it shows that we’re comfortable or relaxed, but sometimes also defensive.