Even though I smile, I still have feelings. My behavioral patterns often display my emotions.
Slight twitching of head: I’m starting to freak out. Early onset panic attack. Get tranquilizer darts ready.
Hysterical laughing or crying: I’m having a breakdown.
Eyebrow shoots up: Either something awesome just happened or my wife is in the room.
Blushing slightly: I’m embarrassed or flattered.
Intense twitching of head: Full-blown panic attack.
Intense blushing: My wife just seduced me.
Head cocks to the left: I’m confused. Accompanied by a high-pitched grunt.
Scratching my arms: I’ve just done something stupid.
Low growl: I’m getting irritated.
Longer growl: I’m extremely angry. I will bite if angered further. Accompanied by grinding of teeth.
Hair fluffs up: I’m scared.
Avoiding others: I’m depressed or scared.
Biting: I’m past the point of anger; irate is a better word.
Squeal: Excited. Will also bounce around.
Thumb pressed against the tip of my nose: I’m taunting. Will wiggle my other fingers.