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Quotes 4/28/2011

Posted by west_gardener (My Page) on
Thu, Apr 28, 11 at 6:28

Everyone smiles in the same language.

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RE: Quotes 4/28/2011

Yes that seems to be in a universal language. Good one.


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RE: Quotes 4/28/2011

  • Posted by mwheel East. WV-Z.6 (My Page) on
    Thu, Apr 28, 11 at 14:34

I think I've heard that it takes fewer muscles to smile than to frown. Wonder how many fewer wrinkles we'd have if we smiled more, instead of frowned? :>)


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RE: Quotes 4/28/2011

  • Posted by lilod NoCal/8 (My Page) on
    Thu, Apr 28, 11 at 15:46

Nice quote, I am glad you took a few, a quoteless day would be missed by many


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RE: Quotes 4/28/2011

It works most of the time, especially if it goes together with a thank you.


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RE: Quotes 4/28/2011

Nothing beats a good grin. Steve in Stevens county.


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RE: Quotes 4/28/2011

Oh I really like this one. Why is always such a pleasure to see someone with a big smile? You just can't help smiling back.


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RE: Quotes 4/28/2011

I'm smiling at all the smiles posted today.


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RE: Quotes 4/28/2011

How did I miss this one?

Yes; it is so true; a smile IS universal.

When I sold cars, if the customer were a foreigner, there was a LOT more smiling on both sides as we tried to decipher what the other was saying.
It was fun!

Thanks, West!


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RE: Quotes 4/28/2011

"If you smile at me I will understand, cause every body every where smiles in the same language." Is from "Wooden Ships" by Crosby ,Stills And Nash although it is likely older than that. Like this quote a lot.


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