posted on Feb, 6 2010 @ 01:39 PM
reply to post by rhinoceros
Thanks for noticing it.
I thought it was so obvious that I thought twice before even posting, but... apparently it isn't.
I mean, my blue-eyed mother's ancestors are surely the same as her brown-eyed sister (who was undoubtedly born from the same set of parents)? Or as
my brown-eyed brother's, for that matter.
Regarding ambidextrity (though I am not sure how it relates to eye colour): I am almost perfectly ambidextrous, and my eyes are greenish. However, I
am almost certain that comes from my father, whose eyes were brown.
As to blue eyes being beautiful to look at... Yes, they are: if the gaze is beautiful. It has nothing to do with the colour of the eyes.
If there is not much behind them, they can also resemble dull, washed-out river pebbles. (I have seen this many times.)
It's the same as with blond hair: yes, blondes can look beautiful - or they can look dull and washed-out. Obviously, it all depends on the
(I am blond myself, so it's not "jealousy" speaking out of me, or whatever ridiculous reason the blond brigade usually throws in the face of those
who are not blond-crazed.