when i was little and my parents were driving id pretend there was a man/being/thing running alongside the car who had to follow certain rules like “he can only travel by jumping from streetlight to streetlight” or “he can only walk on fences”

i was so surprised to find out that other people did similar things

i wonder what the underlying psychology behind it is

like its a really specific thing to do but almost everyone did it without telling other kids about it because we all thought it was probably weird or unimportant

i really hope that a psychologist sees this and will post the physiological reason why 99.9% of kids do this

Omg I did this as well. Either a person, or an animal, leaping from car to car, or bounding along beside the car. ._. Wow.

I always imagined people with wings. they could keep up cause they could fly really fast, but only existed as shadows. :0 

I had several, from a supernatual squirrel thing that could only land on organic things (trees, grass patches) to the actual Grim Reaper. I don’t remember why I came up with the latter one, I think I just thought he was a cool dude.

My beside-the-car-runner was a rollerblading girl (doing sweet tricks and grinding on guard rails, natch) and sometimes a magical girl amalgam who could fly too.

RE: Using the Dictionary to Support the Theory of “Reverse Racism” or Racism Against White People





1. each of a pair of globular organs in the head through which people and vertebrate animals see, the visible part typically appearing almond-shaped in animals with eyelids.

Does this definition give you an all-encompassing knowledge on what eyes are and how they work?



1. a tapering orange-colored root eaten as a vegetable.

2. the cultivated feathery-leaved plant of the parsley family that yields this vegetable.

Does this definition give you an all-encompassing knowledge on what carrots are, their characteristics, and nutrient information?



1. a very young child, esp. one newly or recently born.

Does this definition give you an all-encompassing knowledge on babies, how to raise them and what care they need?



1. a warm-blooded egg-laying vertebrate distinguished by the possession of feathers, wings, and a beak and (typically) by being able to fly.

Does this definition give you an all-encompassing knowledge on birds, their different species, how they work, their internal systems, and what kind of care they need or what areas they live in?



1. a warm-blooded vertebrate animal of a class that is distinguished by the possession of hair or fur, the secretion of milk by females for the nourishment of the young, and (typically) the birth of live young.

Does this definition give you an all-encompassing knowledge on mammals, their different species, their biology, or what areas they live in or can survive in?

Then how does the definition of racism provide you the all-encompassing knowledge of racism, how it works, it’s manifestations, and characteristics?

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