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My self-summary
I'm a Homo Sapiens Sapiens. Or an upright walking hominid with bipedal locomotion, mammalian features, and advanced cognitive functions... basically what you'd call a human.
What I’m doing with my life
Existing, that's what we're all doing, right? Lol

Caring, creating things, cooking, cleaning, counting the experiences/days/hours/minutes, cultivating and conserving... also alliterating apparently.
I’m really good at
Coming up with random information, quoting things, and just generally being a nerd. Oh, and holding down a conversation... most times... lol

I also know a great deal about art, and can use that in many situations. Or history. SOME science... Yeah, little about a lot helps, but i always strive to learn more :)
The first things people usually notice about me
Only read this if-
A. you're REALLY bored.
B. You like mixing a little Metaphysics with Biology
or C. are really REALLY bored! lol

This should actually go under the "Things I Think About" section, but it really works better here. I was watching documentaries on Netflix one night, and there was one that came up on Phillip K. Dick. and it started making me think about perception. Not anywhere close to his realm if you are familiar with his work, but perception in general.

So.... to answer the question, I think on some level we all look at people, see their body language, their clothing, their physical demeanor, hight, size, age,gender or any other way their physicality can be noticed... the brain processes this information based on what the brains "know" (ask about that seriously, and all tell you about my thoughts on nature vs nurture! so be warned! lol) and boom the conscious mind picks up on a detail! Facial features represent amounts of hormones in a person. Testosterone equals a square jaw, just think of Disney "tough guys" as an example. Our biology tells us to make the best offspring as possible, so if testosterone in high levels would help or hinder that, it would factor into what we notice in another person.
And that's only if you can see the person. Their voice would have a similar reaction in the brain. How deep is it? Is their an accent. Are strange terms being used? Etc. Subconsciously, the brain would "know" things about another person from their manner of speach. Are they high brow, down to Earth, educated, ignorant, etc.?
Then theres the sense of scent. How pheromones effect us is unreal! Did you know studies have shown that basically, the difference between "musk" and "B.O." is based on our immune systems? No kidding, if a person has a immunities to some things you don't, then the other person smells good to you! And those scents are extremely powerful in how our brain assesses a person, but we're not even aware of them. I've even heard that sweat from heat and the sweat from stress smells differently to some people.

Now, animals process the tangible without prejudice, or at least very little amounts of it. But we are different. We have a mind, a consciousness. And that processes the same information differently. We know the basics, if as a kid, this happened to you, than you do that as a response. So That messes with the subconscious to.... well basically make a big mess.

Therefore, my answer is-
What people first notice about me is what they first notice on a fully conscious level after the conscious and unconscious battle it out. So it's different for every person. Therefore, I have no freaking clue what people first notice about me! Yep, that's called a long answer to a short question! lol.

Yes, this answer says more about me than the question asked lol
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Books: I don't like to read because I have a learning disability, which makes reading more tedious than fun. Sad fact.

Movies: (favs) Star Wars, Star Trek, Starship Troopers. I like good plots, visuals, acting as long as the story is entertaining.

Music: rock mainly

TV: Netflix. As in I don't really watch cable. I like sci-fi stuff, documentaries, and horror. If I watch reality stuff it's more travel channel or food network type shows.
Six things I could never do without
1. Temperatures between -20 and 120 Degrees Fahrenheit (I like it to be more like 70 or 72 personally though)

. 2. Atmospheric pressure compatible with the human body.

3. Air that has the right amount of oxygen for me to breath.

4. Untainted water at least every two to three days, four if I push it (Though I'ld probably be bitching after the first 16 hours).

5. A supply of amino-acids, carbohydrates, vitamins and minerals in a form that can be consumed by the human body delivered at least once every two weeks. (Though I'ld prefer at least once daily and for it to taste good)

6. Shelter from the elements. Not necessarily in that order.... Wait, was that not what the question meant?

ugg, you mean figuratively not literally, huh? Well in that case (in no order)-
1. happiness, even for a minute a day
2. creativity
3. my mind... loosing it is a deep fear
4. spellcheck
5. the internet to look up information
6. any of my vices. Leave me one, i think i can survive, but don't take them all! lol
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Lol well you can probably tell by some of my answers that i spend a lot of time thinking about a lot of random things
On a typical Friday night I am
Same thing i do every night, Pinky, trying to take over the world.
You should message me if
If you found anything interesting in my profile and want to discuss it. Have random nerd convos, or if youre just bored. I like talking to new people so whatever floats your boat really... And if you quote "IT" for the floats your boat thing, bonus points :)
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