|StanleyPain - 2013-03-06 |
|THA SUGAH RAIN - 2013-03-06 |
She's cute. I could get into that.
|Jet Bin Fever - 2013-03-06 |
She's adorable and well adjusted.
|Scrotum H. Vainglorious - 2013-03-06 |
|takewithfood - 2013-03-06 |
I'm surprised that synesthesia isn't a linked tag; I'm sure we've had videos about it before.
We must have some synesthetes around PoeTV. There are lots of other kinds: letters with colours and/or personalities, sounds with colours or flavours or textures or shapes, flavours with colours or sounds, etc. Anyone?
I have "calendar" synesthesia where I see most units of time in very specific ways. Apparently this is one of the most common forms of synesthesia, so I'm betting I'm not the only one.
I've always considered my tendency to subconsciously equate certain numbers/letters/whatever with personalities as a side-effect of memorizing a set of things and not synesthesia, and it still feels that way. I am fairly sure that I don't have synesthesia, so does anyone else do this/know that it's not?
(seven is the raddest single-digit number, by the way)
On second thought that habit actually sounds a lot like what one would use to define a synesthete uh hm
I ate a whole ton of psychedelic mushrooms this one time about a decade ago.
I see numbers as a series of intersecting lines and angles, with the sharp points and intersections corresponding to the numerical values. It's completely impractical and makes math go slower than it needs to.
It's not a condition or anything, it's a stupid mnemonic I came up with in first or second grade and then never could completely unlearn.
THA SUGAH RAIN
I see numbers more as a collection of one or more lines and curves. The number one is a straight vertical, very boring. The number eight is like one circle sitting on top of another, kind of cool. Three is like half of an eight, two semi circles.
I tend to see musical notes like this...
Fluffy, that's kind of normal. I forget whether it's our brains or our actual eyes, but it's increasingly difficult to focus on two colors at the same time as they move closer to blue and red. There are certain shades of blue and reddish orange that you literally can't see as existing at the same depth, but unfortunately the only example I can bring to mind is the cover of the first edition of The Unabridged Dictionary Of Farts vol. 2.
Redford is right, we should stop this while we still can.
|kingofthenothing - 2013-03-07 |
"No, that's stupid, numbers don't have colors, they have personalities."
*backs away slowly*
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