yeah, that plan lasted all of five days before we met.
At first, I rationalized my guilt away: It’s only phone sex! But it was undeniably the most intimate contact I was allowing myself to share with another person during this self-induced bout of celibacy.
In 2001 Cam'ron signed a new label deal with Roc-A-Fella Records and released his critically acclaimed, third studio album Come Home with Me.
I think this question really should have more context; it depends on whether or not the smile is genunine (and, if it is, it depends on the source of that person's happiness.) If the smile is phony (that is, the person always smiles, but in reality, they are very bitter on the inside), then I'd call that person .
On the other hand, if the smile is a sign of the person's pleasant nature, there several words that could be used to describe the person, depending on that person's source of joy and contentment, including: @the Ug: Yes, obviously, as you said.
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