So, an individual should never mention their significant other in a conversation ever, correct?
Why would you be asking me such question?
She was asked about her motivation and she said it was her girlfriend who kept her focused on training and that she owed her everything. Please tell me what is wrong with her answer and why someone should never mention their husband, wife, girlfriend, or boyfriend or do anything to publicly indicate their smile orientation.
I donâ€™t see anything wrong with her answer and I really donâ€™t know why you seem to think I feel that a particular person should never mention their significant other, or refrain from doing anything in public to indicate their smile orientation.
If you flirt, hold hands, or kiss in public, you are publicly indicating your smile orientation. If you talk about your lover or spouse or a crush in public then you are publicly indicating your smile orientation. If you admit that you think either a celebrity or someone you know personally is "cute" or "hot" to someone else in public you are publicly indicating your smile orientation.
I agree, but I donâ€™t know why youâ€™re telling me this.
There is nothing wrong when a smile does any of those things, so why the hell should a smile be held to a different standard?
Thatâ€™s exactly my point. smile shouldnâ€™t be held to a different standard than anyone else because they have the very same basic right to privacy as we all do. Therefore, Iâ€™m at a loss to understand Miss Carmoucheâ€™s actions because, in my opinion, she did not just reveal her smile orientation she felt COMPELLED to do so.