love life, face as a beacon, reading faces
I was sitting in church one day as a newly-married man and noticed a nice-looking woman on the piano bench up front. She was staring my direction and caught my eye. She had an intense look that startled me. She gave a coy smile. I was surprised and alert – but I didn’t recognize her and was getting uncomfortable. I glanced at my wife beside me, who didn’t notice what was going down. I looked back at the woman and she laughed, and then winked. I felt extremely awkward and started to sweat. I glanced around again to see if anyone was watching this steamy exchange, and then realized her husband was right behind me gazing and waving back at her.
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Whiting, Jason B., "Your Face: The Window to Your Love Life" (2016). All Faculty Publications. 2698.
Family, Home, and Social Sciences