I remember one time I was at a restaurant with a blank expression on my face, and then this waitress came over, apparently my face hinted to her I was in sad mode. But I was minding my own buisness, then when she would always come to my table she would ask "Oh, hun cheer up. Don't be sad." "Aww why do you look so sad hun, come on smile." It was to the effing point where I wish to have said "Could you please worry about your own work instead of my stupid looking face." Of course I would never say that no matter how much I can tolerate, but what the hell is wrong with not smiling? Does a person have to be all smiles and laughing 24/7 to indicate they aren't depressed? I wasn't depressed at in that restaurant, I just had a blank expression on my face. It wasn't like I was sulking and laying my head on my hand while eating my food slowly. I mean why does having a blank expression have to be because someone is sad or you practically need the nerve to tell them to smile when obviously they don't need to be told like a child. I can smile whenever I feel like it, so don't come up to me and tell me how I should feel. Maybe since I look thin stick and have dark circles, maybe that's what causes people to think I looked like I had a bad day or something. That's like going up to people who are smiling and you ask them why they're all happy, why are you all laughing. I wish some people knew when to learn that some things do not need to be told or mentioned of what's already there.