Tuesday, 29 March 2011

How Very Relatable!

(Another illustration post...) As far as I'm concerned, Kris has really made a break through with this!

I understand that this illustration has been taking the Internet by storm.. and I realise you're likely to have already seen it. But, when I came across it at the weekend, I grinned to myself like a Cheshire cat. I relate oh so very well.. There's nothing worse than having an interfering character muttering those words, 'Cheer up Love!'

Equally as irritating; when friends or acquaintances instruct one to 'SMILE!' An occasion which always leads to a polite grimace and a nauseated feeling.

(Illustration via KRISATOMIC)

29 comments:

  1. Grr i always get this when I'm out or waiting on friends.. whats with the long face love? Its like oh would you prefer for me to sit here grinning away like a looney ..lol!

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  2. Love this!!! HAHA It is soo true. xx

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  3. Heh, chronic bitch face. I know of some people with this affliction, but in my secret opinion, I think it's because they are like that on the inside too. Whoop!

    Have a great day!
    X,
    www.brittanyhavican.blogspot.com

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  4. OMGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGG this is awesome!!!!

    I'm in love with your illustrations :)

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  5. ha ha chronic bitch face...hmmm i have had that before, and just when i was thinking not nasty thoughts...why!!??

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  6. Ha ha, I love it. It's just as bad as,"You don't look well today" or " You look tired". Neither are polite to say :)

    xo-AlbeeLucky.blogspot.com

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  7. haha! love this. i have sorta the opposite problem. people ask me what i'm smiling about and i usually have no idea. my mouth just goes that way.
    happy tuesday!

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  8. LOL. What a great illustration!!!

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  9. Oh God, I thought that only happened to me. This is seriously awesome. Do you mind if I post it in my blog? I know it's not yours but I found it here :)

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  10. Oh miss Bull I empathise fully ha.

    xx

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  11. A complete stranger told me to smile on a sidewalk in NYC. I thought to myself, "He has no idea what my situation is. What if I had just heard some bad news, or something awful had just happened in my life?" People really should think before they speak!
    Anyway, love the art work!! :)

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  12. HAHA I love this! I have the opposite. I would smile at the wall. I know a lot of people with chronic bitch face, but once they start talking, they're actually nice. Approaching them is quite scary though haha.

    http://likespinning-plates.blogspot.com/

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  13. Haha, this always happens to me!
    "What's wrong?" Well, nothing was wrong, but now I'm kind of annoyed that you asked...

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  14. your blog is so cute..
    if you want you'll be my follower..:)
    XOXO
    http://stylestarmjonas.blogspot.com

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  15. Haha, love this!
    I always get builders telling me to "cheer up love" even when I'm perfectly fine! x

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  16. this is amazing! I have been victim to this many times!

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  17. hahah i feel this, don't you hate being told to cheer up..i always want to tell them to polite up!
    xox

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  18. I am also plagued with perpetual bitchface, so this post is pretty much amazing.

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  19. I love the sense of humor of your blog and of course your creativity!!

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  20. haha! too funny! I had not seen this until now!

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  21. but it sounds so much nicer in a british accent! ;)

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  22. I love this illustration, its so funny and true xx

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  23. oh this is so perfect! I can't tell you how many times I've gotten that comment - or its "You look so tired..." when I'm just walking down the office hallway. I've been wearing more pink and yellow to help combat those comments:) This is adorable and it's the first time I saw it!

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  24. Love these ilustrations! I'm going to check the web just right now!
    ;)

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  25. Hahahaha, this is AMAZING. I SO have this syndrome some of the time. I think everyone does, hah.

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  26. Loving your blog--also posted on the bitchface on mine:

    joybelamarich.blogspot.com

    follow me! :)

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