Lol, that's what it looked like, except they were going up the walls, really quickly, and running into me to.
Making my virtual Will...
Posted 05 June 2017 - 03:10 PM
She said they were all stays, and keep having kittens, lol
And when we went out to clean it up, there wasn't a single cat in there.
LOL you'd think by that age she'd have worked out how babies happen.... it was a cat massage parlor....
Weird that they'd all gone though.... all moved on to find the next oldest lady available, I guess.... XD
Posted 22 June 2017 - 02:33 PM
Chimps don’t wear masks…
The concept we have ‘a brain’ is a flawed one. We don’t - we have four.
In fact, some claim the number is five - and it’s true neurons are present in the stomach forming a primitive ‘brain’ which essentially operates to keep us alive by reminding us to eat. It’s interesting when we are nervous or excited we feel ‘butterflies in the stomach’ and ‘sick to the stomach’ when hit with bad news. We do indeed 'emote' with our intestine.
But, by and large, two brains manage our day-to-day existence: the logical mind and our ‘inner chimp’, a name coined by the prominent psychiatrist Dr Steve Peters. It’s the battle between these two brains which shapes our character through a constant conflict for supremacy. Generally, the logical mind makes the best decisions, based on reason, evidence and a perception of consequence, and is normally in control. The inner chimp acts on impulse, emotion and self-interest - especially sexual - and more often than not our logical mind does a good job of keeping him in his cage, and that's called emotional maturity. Sometimes though, he or she escapes…
Ever had a row with someone and after the anger subsides said ‘Sorry, I didn’t mean to say that’? And indeed ‘you’ didn’t. Essentially, that’s your logical mind apologising for your inner chimp's verbal and emotional excesses. Mind you, your chimp tends to be brutally honest; yes, you didn’t mean to say it, but you did mean what you said.
So, why even mention this here? Well some people - but not all - construct their fantasy RP character in 3DX with the logical mind via, in essence, a series of self-conscious calculations. This can be so well rehearsed it becomes second nature yet sometimes the chimp takes over the typing and he tends to ape what I will loosely describe as ‘human fundamentals’.
It also helps to put into context the so-called ‘trolling’ witnessed in World Chat, for many of these single purpose characters are largely constructions too. This is a subject I may consider at greater length at a later date.
But for now, simply this: lose your temper, lose your mask…
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