Originally posted by 12voltz
i remember seeing this on here a year ot two ago
I think it turned out to be contact lenses ,although i reckon she would purr like a kitten if you rubbed her tummy
What if her tummy is full of green scales ?
i tried to search if it was already posted but couldnt find any
i prefer the old search engine then this new samuru thing .. so white and flashy for the eyes
many people will stop using the search engine now because of that
Would say its contact lenses.
People with cat eye syndrome tend to have other issues..(usually mental retardation). Also, people with CES don't have such perfect slits..its
actually sort of gross (looks like a broken yoke in a egg more than cat slits). But, it could be in the end.
Evolution? Naa..we carry all sorts of animal codes within us...growing a bit of a tail, k-9 teeth, etc are not impossible..mutations from long dormant
genes just popping out for mother nature to have a laugh now and then happen.
As far as it spreading..well, if 2 people with CES mate...chances are their offspring will be fine.,..its a rare and random disorder.
I also tend to think that if real some long dormant gene is most likely the culprit. I'm sure there was a time in our ancient past when we
would have needed eyes that could see better in the dark- to keep from being eaten by nocturnal predators. The elongated pupil reminds me of the eyes
of a nocturnal creature.
The french translation from the girl goes something like this
'Nothing really interesting is said at all really, the presenter is basically saying she has cat eyes (the don't mention reptilian eyes or lizard
eyes), then he asks her how it has been for her growing up with those eyes and then she goes on talking about how she never had many friends and got
bullied because of it, she talks about a few embarrassing situations where people just stare at her '
Nothing conclusive ,without using near perfect key words on samuru its pretty hard to find the original thread
edit on 4-3-2013 by 12voltz
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