I suffer with resting bitch face and a chronic hatred of people. 

Spending 3 days in Barcelona with a group of people you’ve never met before teaches you a lot about yourself.

It has taught me that my unwavering condition of resting bitch face is undoubtedly still present. With remarks of ‘I thought you were a bitch when I first saw you’ or ‘you scared me a little’ still being made in full force – how honoured I feel.

It has taught me that I am no longer tolerate of people. If I’m tired I won’t hide it – I’m going to be silent and possibly a little bit grumpy too. I’m possibly going to have a chronic hatred towards you for a little while as well – it’s nothing personal.

It has taught me that if I have something to say, I’m most likely going to say it.

And it has taught me that if a girl is unbelievably tired, don’t ask her to take off her shoes at security because havoc will ensue.


Barcelona has once again astounded me with its beauty. And although I’ve explored its streets once before, I can’t help but be dazzled by it.The destinations I met on my last visit stand as proud as they did back then – oozing the confidence of the people.

Barcelona is undoubtly a place of tranquillity. It’s unique architecture and zones leave much to be desired and I will always spend hours examining their every  detail.

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13 thoughts on “I suffer with resting bitch face and a chronic hatred of people. 

  1. Oh, that was the face I had standing at the luggage pick up in the airport, waiting for my suitcase that did not arrive from JFK /New York until MUCH later. Thankfully it was delivered to my hotel in Barcelona. I love that city, and it amazes me to see the art on nearly every corner and street. It sounds to me like you must be in want of some Tapas, a little wine and rest while you watch the people stroll by on Las Ramblas! Cheers.

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    1. Oh wow that sounds horrific – very stressful. It is exactly what I did – tapas and sangria in a lovely cafe a short distance away from las ramblas! Travelling on 3 hours sleep I’ve realised is not my forte. Although the sights of Barcelona are exquisite.

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  2. Very funny. I also have resting bitch face which is more than a little annoying when strangers say things like “cheer up love, it might never happen” (it does come in handy sometimes too)

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    1. Very true! I do hate it when people tell me to cheer up when there is nothing wrong but it does have it’s upsides when I’m not in the mood to socialise!

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