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Six-Word Memoirs of the Week in Words and Images

Monday, April 29th, 2013

By allison

Last week’s Six-Word Memoirs showed your positive side as you saw the humor in everything from a flock of Springtime pedicures to obstacles getting in the way of your bucket list. To see all of the week’s illustrated memoirs, visit SMITH Magazine’s Tumblr.

2 responses

  1. Kyle C. Lineberger says:

    Reading body language, or non-verbal cues is a way to infer things about people you see around you or have interactions with.

  2. Kyle C. Lineberger says:

    Though there are many general ways to read non-verbal cues like eye contact, everyone is different, so go with your gut instinct.

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