Expression of the Day – 18 Oct 2012

What is this expression? Click on for the FACS Codes if you want to FACS code this expression.

She’s chewing the inside of her mouth at the same time as twisting her mouth into a half smile as she thinks on how to respond to a difficult question.

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2 Responses to Expression of the Day – 18 Oct 2012

  1. Anthony says:

    It is a contempt expression. One side of the mouth stretches upward. She may feel the one asked the question is annoying. Or maybe, the question really asked about what she doesn’t want to respond. The closure of eyes shows that she doesn’t want to “see” the question. It is a sign of blocking.

  2. SDL says:

    That’s pretty good! To me (and based on the situation when she does this), she’s trying to hide her contemptuous attitude by using a mouth manipulator (chewing the inside of her mouth). This happens when she’s asked a more challenging question about the whereabouts of her missing husband.

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