||[Oct. 13th, 2007|07:11 am]
LOL. The scary sheep. One of my favorite things Evar.
And I'm not sure if THIS is true or not, but supposedly:
Blue eyed people are naturally more attracted to other blue-eyed people because they are instinctively trying to keep the blue eyed gene alive. ( Blue eyes are recessive, but brown eyes are dominant. )
- In my personal experience, this is false. I have green eyes, and have dated more then one person who has blue eyes.. but I don't know which is dominant between blue and green.
In my crushed-out days, I was attracted to brown-eyed girls, though I hadn't really thought about it, until now. However, any pursuits always occurred with blue-eyed misses. My eyes are unquestionably blue, particularly when I could wear contacs.
Early on in my relationship with L, she asked out of the blue (I can't help myself) , What color are my eyes?
Blue. No, wait. Green. No, blue., I replied, cheeks redder with a word.
Hazel, she said. And then, she kissed me.
p.s. The scary sheep made me sad on many levels.
My relationships have had such a wide variety of eye colors, it's hard to pin one down as what I'm specifically attracted too.
Why did the sheep make you sad?
The sheep with the skeletal mask on looks like s/he's trying really hard to join the other sheep, but the herd runs away from her, and damned of the masked sheep isn't hanging her head every time, confused, no doubt.
That made me sad.
I'm all choked up, now.
Well, don't be sorry...I didn't mean I was hurt, or anything. Another day, I might have laughed; the way I might laugh at a Coen Brothers movie...and actually, the clip reminded me about animals' as humans' sensitivity over appearance. I guess when a baby might giggle when the knows a 'scary' face means no harm.
I love your intuitive sense to gauge your readers' psyches.
Oh, I don't know if I guage all that well. I just try and post something for everyone. Even if it takes me awhile to get around to a particular entry that effects a journaler.