Shame: Expressed chiefly as a desire to distance oneself from those whose opinion matter to you. Avoiding eye contact, covering yourself, trying not to look at someone in case they show signs of agitation. The face may go flush, or might experience a mild case of nausea.
Joy: Expressed primarily through the eyes. Generally an upward tilt to the body as well as an increase in energy. Joy acts as a sort of unbound positivity, causing motion where there is none. Joyous people want to be around others, also preferring to look directly at them when possible.
Disgust: The language of hatred. A tick around the nose, tugging at the upper lip and furrowing the brows. Words tend to be spat out due to both the high emotion and the top lip not closing during full words.