In Bad Look, Emily loves her friend but doesn’t know how to tell her that her laugh is obnoxious and unnerving. She talks to a family relative about it.
EMILY: I’m telling you that’s the only thing I don’t like about her. It’s that stupid rat face she makes when she laughs. (imitates her friends face when she laughs) Like that! She scares me! And no air comes out of her mouth, either. It’s like she’s frozen in time!
Maybe I should tell her something about it. But how does one go about telling someone that when they laugh, they look strange? I don’t want to hurt her feelings but what’s going to happen when we start going to parties? SHE WILL STOP THE CROWD.
Usually she does it when she is laughing really hard…her face changes into this weird rat smile, cause she has those sharp fang teeth. I know, I sound horrible, talking trash about one of my girls but seriously, I’m telling you because I don’t know if I should say something to her. Maybe I should before someone else does. She needs to fix that. It’s bad, a really bad look.
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