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For several seconds, with a countdown timer helpfully ticking away on screen to illustrate the sheer scale of the awkwardness, Crockett stares blankly into the lens, occasionally blinking.
According to the rules, contestants had to stare into blankly for long hours without talking, sleeping, laughing or using smartphones.
I stared blankly at the doctor when she told me I had ankylosing spondylitis, an autoimmune disease that attacks the spine.
In the mean time, if you have blue eyes and grey hair can you come and stare at me blankly please?
Most cats would call him lunch, but Molly calls Steven The Seagull her BFF instead and they spend many a happy hour sitting on a wall together, staring blankly into the distance at nothing.
He's always on at me off the ball and then when I say something back he just stares back blankly at me'.
The girl obviously didn't get the joke as she looked at me blankly and, in a small voice, said: 'Oh yes?
SAY "loom bands" to some and they'll look at you blankly.
No words were necessary we all just gazed blankly at the joyous world around us and quietly prayed that M&S would be 'her' last port of call.
We offered to go halves on replacing it, but he blankly refused.
In a short preview clip of the show released by the Oprah Winfrey Network, the TV show host can be seen telling the couple blankly, that they had been accused of cheating by the New York Post.
Somehow looking at once blankly inexpressive and doggedly determined, a 65-year-old Arnold Schwarzenegger makes a creaky but reasonably commercial comeback hid with "The Last Stand.
He stared blankly at us for a few moments, then mumbled a "Who would say no to that?
Anyway, with cabbie looking at me blankly I decided to go to my corner shop to buy some things so I could get change for the cab.