Frau Blucher wrote:
Ear movements are obviously a throwback. Facial movements are however, are as crucial to human communication as they ever were. The maxfactor consultant was saying that we have more muscles in our face than in any other part of our body.
Brilliant, I'll tell my ear-wiggling son he's a throwback.
That's interesting about having more facial muscles. It's also interesting that our cultural norms frown (pun intended) upon adults showing facial emotions in so many situations. All those facial muscles, and nowhere to use them, so to speak.