Dino and Stacy

ONE IN SEVEN OF THESE IS FAKE!
ONE IN SEVEN OF THESE IS FAKE!

The average person smiles seven and half times a day, but one of those seven smiles is FAKE! One in five people have smiled inappropriately at a funeral. Half of us can’t keep a smile or smirk off our face during a heated argument. And the person to get that one in seven fake smile is your BOSS. 51% who admitted to the fake smile said thats the person who gets it the most.

According to the survey the most cheerful people smile about 11 times a day. The grumpiest people only smile once. I just got back from taking some time off and (smiling) I’m so happy to have come back to the¬†snow and cold of Columbus, Ohio. Sorry, boss. You don’t get the fake one today.

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