You know as well as anyone how to keep your feelings hidden. It’s truly rare for you to betray your poker face. The result is, people usually have no idea how you feel about them. This can be a good or a bad thing.
On the upside, the people you absolutely despise will have no idea you don’t like them, and that you think they’re borderline touched in the head. On the downside, the people you actually like will also have no idea, so you’ll have to go out of your way to show them you like them:
People are constantly asking you what you’re thinking.
You’re amazed at your ability to sit silently, when what you really want to do is throw tomatoes in the faces of others.
At sad movies, you know you’re supposed to cry and you are sad, but somehow the tears just don’t come.
You struggle, but manage not to roll your eyes when other people really deserve it.
Your fine face and your angry face are indistinguishable to others.
Your first instinct when people insult you is to do nothing. Just let it pass.
Since apparently people think you’re invisible, they say things they shouldn’t when they’re around you about other people.
Just because you’re not reacting to it, doesn’t mean you can’t hear it.
When someone expresses affection for you, on the inside you’re so happy but you have no idea how to show it.
You often come off as apathetic, or even sarcastic, because of your lack of enthusiasm.
You don’t have resting bitch face – it’s more like resting statue face.
Other people have more respect for you because you exercise so much restraint.
You do sometimes wish you wore your heart on your sleeve.
But being able to hide your feelings well is kind of a superpower.
You have lots of feelings, all the time – it’s just that they don’t show up on your face.
You express yourself on your terms by talking or writing – and for the most part, you’re glad it’s not involuntary.