Reminds me of the time I sang the opening part of "Under the Bridge" by the Red Hot Chili Peppers in honor of my dad in front of my entire Speech class. I thought they would think it was awkward, but they were touched, and I was touched by the fact that they were touched.Along with the growing list of trying to take compliments, one of my buttons can be triggered with the following :
Co-worker asks, "I don't know how that song goes . . .could you sing part of it for me ?"
The teasing by twisting my words/intentions is actually the main thing that causes me to blush. I then proceed to be very annoyed at the person, especially if it's some stranger. But I unintentionally continue to smile so they don't realise. It's one of the things I dislike the most. I'll be mentally shaking my fist at them for a long time afterwards. :ninja:I blush when someone teases me by twisting my words/intentions, when I am put on the spot to speak when I'm not ready, or when someone else blushes.
edit: for those who don't blush, what makes your face hot?