Monthly Archives: May 2010
To fully understand this, we have to dig deep into the psychological roots of attraction.
On an evolutionary level, the basic survival roles taken on by humans are a very useful tool to rationalise the subconscious factors when deciding on attractiveness. We are trained, whether we like it or not, to Read the rest of this entry »
Sheep; cute little fuzzy berks in woolly jumpers. Read the rest of this entry »
Piles of paperwork – and for that matter laptops and important or engrossing tasks of any kind – are not likely to be the most comfortable places in the house to nap. Cats must have an ulterior motive for getting right in the way so effectively.
Bond movies and the internet have influenced our opinion of cat behaviour significantly in recent years. We are led to believe Read the rest of this entry »