Alexandria’s Genesis, a.k.a violet eyes (a genetic mutation).
When someone is born with Alexandria’s Genesis, their eyes are blue or gray at birth. After six months, the eyes begin to change from their original color to purple, and this process lasts six months. During puberty, the color deepens to dark purple, a deep purple, a royal purple, or a violet-blue color and remains that way. It does not affect the person’s eyesight.
Those who have this mutation will never grow any facial, body, pubic, or anal hair (not including hair on their head, on their ears, noses, eyebrows and eyelashes) Women also do not menstruate, but are fertile.
Holy shit you guys honestly have no idea how much I want to be born with this mutation.
How fucking awesome is this.
no waxing, no periods, awesome eye color.
this can’t be real, it sounds too good to be true.
lol I want
This made me hate my parents. I want this so bad T_T
OH ME TOO!! THIS IS SO FVCKIN GOOD TO BE TRUE>
mm… but she has eyelashes.
'so fucking good to be true'
yep. urban legend/conspiracy. not saying it couldn’t be true, but likely not.
holischtick: Everything except the very end (‘men legislators’), which has the potential for some troublesome application.
TONY film critic Josh Rothkopf just posted his 2007 chat with director Sidney Lumet, who passed away this morning. Choice quote:
“I know. I’m kind of surprised at the word [comeback]. Like I’ve been away? In that “away” period, there’s some pretty goddamned good work.”
Read the rest here.
RIP syndey lumet. one of the greatest directors to have ever lived.
damn. had no idea. RIP.
You will only see five different words at any given time, relative to your current mindset.
suicide, scum, wisdom, rage, naked
Not quite sure if that’s totally accurate:
suicide, scum, secrets, made, naked
IS: And what about theological issues?
MR: Well, I’ve got no religious beliefs at all.”
when did scientists become so self-unaware and terrible at philosophy?
Right around the time when the terms “belief” and “religion” became (for academics especially) synecdochic boogeymen used to refer to theism (often Abrahamic traditions). But I think that’s just a minor slip-up on language, rather than reasoning. I agree with a lot of what Rees believes.