On average, people who smile a lot enjoy better health, live longer and have better marriages.
It's good to smile even if you don't feel like it; your brain will release endorphins and other feel-better hormones anyway.
(although I don't think I'd feel happy after eating 2000 chocolate bars, unless it was distributed over a lifetime, perhaps)
N'kay well I will gladly take ALL of your chocolate bars then...with smiles too...
Ok, I'm happy to share my chocolate bars with you.
I'll just keep one for myself... more than that might give me a headache.
that is a bargain, done...you can keep your one...and ima check my mailbox every day now for 1,999 chocolate bars.
Ok... I'll get around to it one of these days...
Sure smiling is good for you. I usually don't get many chances to smile until I come in in the evenings but I do know it's good for you!
Studies have shown that smiling releases endorphins, natural painkillers, and serotonin. Together these three neurotransmitters make us feel good from head to toe. Not only do these natural chemicals elevate your mood, but they also relax your body and reduce physical pain.
It's always good to smile!!
Hey, Rooster, how come you only clean your two front teeth?
Try to keep that "Bucky Beaver" look!