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TRENDING: Resting Faces in the Workplace

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You could be sleepy, mad or even jolly. NBC Right Now's Morgan Ashley took some time Thursday and tried to get some of the best resting faces in the newsroom. Most of them are hard at work and they were barely able to tell they had been photographed. You could be sleepy, mad or even jolly. NBC Right Now's Morgan Ashley took some time Thursday and tried to get some of the best resting faces in the newsroom. Most of them are hard at work and they were barely able to tell they had been photographed.
KENNEWICK, WA - Ever wonder what your resting face could be telling others? The Today Show dug into a study this week that says many people decide trustworthiness or competence based on facial features. They call it strong evidence of "face-ism". The resting face is essentially the moment where you are not paying attention. You could be sleepy, mad or even jolly. NBC Right Now's Morgan Ashley took some time Thursday and tried to get some of the best resting faces in the newsroom. Most of them are hard at work and they were barely able to tell they had been photographed.

Reporter and Anchor Fernanda Lopez said hers, "Could be worse."

Shane Edinger, NBC Right Now Anchor, said, "I'm more jolly than not, I'm like the incredible hulk, don't make me angry you won't like me when I'm angry. Just kidding."

Our Executive Producer at NBC Right Now, Matt Funk says he takes his, "work very seriously" and laughed.

We asked viewers on Facebook to post their resting faces. Thanks to Misty Ault, Krista Roberts, Amanda Johnson and Amanda Cunningham and thanks to everyone who posted. Our team had some good laughs.
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