>post your face on a /soc/ assumption thread as a test
>people say you look awkward, weird, "book smart not people smart", autistic, yadda yadda
>its a pass photo with me having a neutral expression and hair cut neatly and all
and they were exactly right. do some people just have autist faces?
I think it's because there's a genetic component to being nerdy, or at least your hormone levels or something
all autists have major babyface for example, and usually indicators of low T like a bad jawline, full lips, chubby cheeks
Some people are just better at reading others, but moreover they encounter a sample group of people and associate certain styles of personalities with certain styles of fashion/self-grooming and project that upon similar people.
I mean, its not WRONG, and some genetic defects do hold certain physical characteristics, e.g. downs syndrome.
Neutral faces are a grabbag to me though since some people do exhibit "micro-expressions" when they suppress emotion.
This is me on my pajamas on Christmas. What can you assume about me?
And no, I don't watch or like baseball, that's just a shirt I borrowed from my grandpa.
You're confident enough to post your face here so you're probably not super introverted, but girls probably don't think you're that attractive because your cheeks protrude more than your forehead by a lot on the sides, or maybe you're overweight hard to tell. Nice eyes. Hair doesn't really go with your facial hair. I am a sperg and know nothing about fashion this has been my analysis. Verdict: not autistic, probably has a few friends and likes to drink.
I actually cut my hair after 10 years last year. It used to run past my ass but I cut it because my grandma asked me to as her last wish.
Do you think it would be better if it was short?
It was more about her wanting me to dress up and have short hair after so long. But yeah I'm back to being a hair farmer.
Does anyone know how smart phone photos work? It seems it turned my image sideways. I just got one for christmas for the first time ever and it's confusing.