The other day, I thought somebody gave me a dirty look. When I perceive somebody giving me a dirty look, I can feel dirty. That’s why I wrote these lyrics for my latest original song, What are Other People Thinking About You?
Was that person’s dirty look about you?
Was that person annoyed by something you did?
Could it be he’s thinking instead of his family,
Like his most distressing and stressing kid?
© Ann Koplow, 2019
I hope that I don’t get a lot of dirty looks from the audience when I debut that song in two days at an Open Mic.
Do you see any dirty looks in my photos from yesterday?
Do you see any dirty looks in these other recent photos?
While dirty looks can feel like laser beams, we can protect ourselves with mindfulness mantras like “It’s safer than it feels” and playfulness, as explained on this mindfulness card:
I playfully gave a look at this sign on my way home from work last night:
I looked for the 1965 UK TV debut of the Who on YouTube. I couldn’t find it, but look at what is there!
What are your thoughts about dirty looks and the other looks in this pos? I will give a non-dirty look at all your comments, later.
I look at the world with gratitude, every day, so thanks to all who helped me create this “dirty looks” post and — of course! — to YOU, for looking at it.