Things I Should Be Doing
- so many
Things I Am Not Currently Doing
- any of that
When digital tv info glitches are more accurate than the actual show info
a drawing about optimism
who the fuck funded this study you can find this out by spending 5 minutes in a sauna
YOU SPEND 5 MINUTES IN THE SAUNA WITH A FUCKING BEAR???
britneysbaldheadreplied to yourpost:“I’m so pissed. I got in the shower and my sisters boyfriend started…”:"my balls are half shaved" lmao
This is not a laughing matter.
All you need now is a T-shirt that reads, “I half-shaved my balls for this?”
Titanic conspiracy exposed
Head canon: Accepted
Your brain is such a worthless slacker. I’ll prove it.
Relax and stare at this image for a while. After said while (thirty seconds…ish), the colours will begin to disappear (no it’s not a gif). You can even make them go away completely.
What’s happening is called Troxler’s Fading. After a while of receiving the same non-changing information, your brain gets bored and just discards the information because it’s too busy keeping an eye out for more pressing, changing information, like tiger attacks.
You know how when you wear a watch for a while you stop noticing it. Same thing. Your brain is an idiot.
It is pretty though.
the moment the picture disappeared from my sight was the moment my brain has disappointed me
This is awesome.
Your mind realized you already understand that image and that there’s no information in it and that you’re just staring at it for the sake of it and decided to move on to cooler things.
Imagine if something you experienced daily felt like a new experience all the time? That would suck. Getting used to an environment improves learning, or when something DOES change you notice.
You don’t have to absorb every piece of information thoroughly to get an understanding, and some information your brain says “I got that, it won’t bother me anymore unless I want it to specifically.”
This is fucking rad as fuck.
I wonder if the colors disappear the same for everyone or is there a reason for order. For me, the blue/cyan was gone almost immediately, then yellow slowly faded away, with magenta being the last to disappear.
I always experienced this when I was a little kid and was zoning out and never knew what the hell was going on when pictures on the walls would start fading out on me.