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What? A smile class?

What? A smile class?

Hamleys teaches you how to smile like a pro…seriously.

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December 3, 2008 3:04 by



At Kipp, we receive hundreds of press releases. To be honest, we don’t read a lot of them. But every now and then a press release comes along that makes us smile, smirk and snigger. Here’s one of them: Hamleys is giving smile lessons on December 4 to celebrate the festive season. According to the press release, ” Hamleys’ very own Professor Smile and his happiness consultants will give tips on how to limber up those 17 muscles to smile and 43 to frown and just how better you feel with a smile on your face.”

The smile class begins at 10am in at Hamleys’ store, Dubai Mall. That’s right, a smile class. Because if you think that abomination you call a “smile” does the job, you’re wrong.

Besides, we’ve been meaning to tell you your smile could use some work. Pencil the class in. Thursday morning, 10AM. Be there.



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