Type of facial expression
Krystal from Ashburn Age: 23. Meet a guy for a nice meeting.
Aria from Ashburn Age: 23. There are many fantasies, yet no one to bring them to life. I will be glad to invite you for coffee, and then do not mind to continue at the hotel, where we will discuss our sensual dates in bed)
Common Facial Expressions Explained
Ethel from Ashburn Age: 25. There are many fantasies, yet no one to bring them to life. I will be glad to invite you for coffee, and then do not mind to continue at the hotel, where we will discuss our sensual dates in bed)
Lauren from Ashburn Age: 31. I am gentle, affectionate,kind,well-groomed, with a good figure and no less beautiful soul.
Paris from Ashburn Age: 32. Petite, attractive and very diligent in bed... I will do EVERYTHING to make you happy!
Words for facial expressions
When simplified, shame is closely related to submission. When combined with increased blinking and the occasional faint smile, a seductive appearance and demeanor is achieved. The facial expression itself, tense and strained, is made to parallel the strain the person is feeling internally. It may be the defeat and shame that follows from losing a game, not meeting expectations that you set for yourself, or failing to meet the standards that others have set for you. There is also typically less blinking. While it may not carry with it an air of intimidation, it still indicates to others that you are well. Anger, more so than other emotions, is thought to be universal across cultures. The origin or reason for this expression is rather simple. Eyebrows are also frequently raised in an attempt to stay awake. Confusion represents a lack of understanding, and the expression itself is created by one increasing their efforts to understand something.
Kate from Ashburn Age: 30. Meet an interesting man for regular intimate meetings and have fun with each other.