Sunday One liners ~ 57 18 Replies If you smile at the mirror, it smiles back at you, if you frown at the mirror, it frowns back at you. People are like mirrors. ~ Author Unknown Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)MoreClick to print (Opens in new window)Click to share on Tumblr (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading...
Good one, GM. Sometimes I like to “make faces” in the mirror . . . they make me SMILE!
I dare not make faces… My mother is in there wearing my clothes and looking right at me! 😆
Oh that’s a good one –but it’s true.
In my case, it certainly is.
Actually, looking in the mirror leads me to wonder…who is this old lady anyway.
I see my mother!
Uh Oh -there’s a hair that needs plucked, my hair needs a shampoo, this shirt is ready for the rag-bag. (I’m tough on myself but I’ll SMILE at you.)
Thanks for the smile, BHB.
I looked at myself again. My hair IS my crowning glory I have to admit, plucked hair is gone, & I won’t be putting this shirt in the rag-bag. I Love my old clothes.
comfortable cloths, be they old or new, are the best!
When I look into the mirror I’m greatly relieved there is so much hair staring back at me. Must be my good Irish genes.
😆 shackman, you are quite safe in that regard for many a long year yet!
“Mirror, mirror on the wall, who is the … ” … No, Let’s not go there !
Haha! I stopped singing that little ditty al long time ago, John!
That makes me realise I hardly ever frown. I might look puzzled or critical but I don’t usually frown. Smiling comes very naturally to me though, I find so many things enjoyable or amusing.
That is why I like you, nick. You are a cheerful chappie and not a whinger!
Good one! Luckily hardly any of the mirrors in my house are well lit…… I put lots up, but they are there to make the space seem larger and are therefore in badly lit corners… I find it reassuring that I can’t see any wrinkles!! (Also I don’t wear my glasses round the house too… That helps 🙂 )
Your uncle Eoin has the best idea to disguise his extensive hairline and wrinkles: He turns the mirrors to the wall!