Evaluating those visible teeth.

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9 Responses to Evaluating those visible teeth.

  1. Lspace says:

    what do you mean?
    Evil smiles are not authentic???
    I’m always very happy when I’m about do some serious evil.
    So my smile of anticipation is quite authentic.

  2. Keith Seckel says:

    Reminds me o fthat old 60s/70s song “Smiling Faces Sometimes” by the Temptations:

    Smiling faces sometimes
    Pretend to be your friend
    (can you dig it)
    Smiling faces,
    Smiling faces tell lies
    And I got proof…

  3. Mike says:

    The proof of the smile is in the eyes.

  4. Tryannophobe says:

    I can fake the eyes

  5. ErdTirdMans says:

    Is it in his eyes? No, you’ll be deceived.

    Oh god did I just quote Cher?

  6. hartofak says:

    To quote Shakespeare,then, “That one may smile, and smile, and be a villain—”

  7. Phobian says:

    How about a straight horizontal line near the bottom reading “over-botoxed”?

  8. Drew says:

    fake baby lemur -> real baby lemur. More smiles. Good.
    fake shark -> real shark. Less smiles. Evil.

    (also applies to the Tasmanian Devil from Looney Tunes)

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