What’s a hollowarian?
Well, it’s a type of person who can’t be bothered to get a picture taken of their face.
What’s more, they can’t seem to understand why someone is being so mean to them.
In an effort to understand this strange phenomenon, Fox Sports asked a team of researchers, psychologists and cartoonists to find out how people perceive facial expressions.
The results of their study, which involved interviewing over 500 people, are fascinating.
It found that when it comes to the emotion of being asked to pose for a photograph, the majority of people are not bothered at all by the expression being taken.
“When people are asked to take a picture, they’re happy and they feel comfortable,” said lead author Andrew R. Jones, a psychologist at the University of Queensland.
“But the other half of the people who have the problem are upset and they’re really upset.”
“They say they don’t like being told how to look, or being told what to do.
They feel it’s just a formality, but it’s not.”
In other words, most people are just fine with being told to do something they don,t want to do, and feel the need to get in the way of that.
The researchers also discovered that most people were not bothered by the image being taken, but that some people actually got annoyed by it.
“We saw that some of these people really liked the image of the person who had done the wrong thing,” Jones said.
So the next time someone is asking you to pose a picture of yourself, remember that you have to put your best foot forward. “
And we found that they were actually more likely to say that it was unfair to them if they thought that someone else had done it to them.”
So the next time someone is asking you to pose a picture of yourself, remember that you have to put your best foot forward.
It’s the only way you’ll be able to win.
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