—Anonymous, Common Questions.
—Chris, in answer to the above.
Chris seems to employ multiple stares, all trying to project a different emotion and all nearly identical to each other, à la Derek Zoolander. He has used them to display anger, frustration, romantic interest, or sometimes an intentional lack of emotion, almost like an autistic variant of a poker face. Like many of Chris's strange mannerisms, this is likely linked to his autism; autistics tend to have difficulty understanding and expressing the kind of non-verbal social cues that are second nature to most people.
Chris may think that his stare is a sexy and seductive gaze or an intimidating glare that will force his adversaries into submission, but to ordinary observers, it invariably comes across as creepy and/or out-of-place.
You just know he's planning something based on that expression.
Almost makes you feel sorry for that bitch...
Learning at an early age.
He even incorporates it into video games.
Possibly the most frightening clothed image of Chris.
The emotion he's trying to convey here is "anger".
The stare has the power to shine in even the darkest caves.
Bob can do it too!
...So can Barb!