I'll start by saying I thought about putting this in Philosophy for the content that I want. Anyway, when you're talking to someone how do you respond to them? Do you look down, shuffle your feet, look them in the eyes? What do you do? And how do you interact while you're talking? Do you look them in the eyes, do you drift away when you're thinking, I guarantee you do something. Me being the person that I am, I'm a people watcher. I can't tell you how much joy I get by watching people interact physically. I watch their movements, I watch their facial expressions, I watch their entirety. I've noticed that most people, when looking someone in the face, will go for the eyes. Both of them, switching more often when they're being serious when they're talking. When I'm being spoken to, I generally look at one eye then drift to the whole head, not specific to anything unless it seems out of order. You know, big nose, lazy eye, bad teeth, the works. And I'm sure that people think I'm not paying attention because I'm not really making many facial expressions. And when I'm talking to someone, I'll generally seem like I'm not entirely there, either. I have an awesome speaking voice and talking in large groups is more my thing. But I tend to treat one person like I'm talking to an audience. I'll pay attention to them for a little bit, but then just look in their general direction. And how much do you think this relates to how well people interact with you?