Category Psychology

Kate Middleton topless photos

Why all that fuss over Kate Middletons’ topless photos? Honestly, who gives a fuck? As if you couldn’t get your daily fix of titties on page 3 of The Sun? Or as if you’ve never watched porn, or never been with a woman… Ooh! Now I see why all that fuss… Why didn’t I think […]

A follow up on age differences in movies…

Speaking of Twilight and age differences, my mind goes to the movie “13 Going on 30″ starring gorgeous Jennifer Garner. In this movie, Jenna Rink, a 13-year-old girl, is magically transferred into her future 30-year-old selfs’ body. When she wakes up in her new body, not knowing what is going on exactly she looks to […]

More urban legends!

Keeping on the subject of Urban Legends and myths I’d like to talk about another widely accepted urban legend, perhaps THE most widely accepted one! Religion. I’m embarrassed to say I too was once religious but I was.. you know… just a kid! I was still learning about the world, trying to make sense of it. […]

Twilight and age differences in relationships.

Having spend almost 7 years in UK I am sad to say that if an over 30 years old guy was to have a relationship with a 17-year-old girl many would call him a paedophile. If you agree with that, then with all due respect you are stupid as well as ignorant and I would […]

We are all connected, plus the importance of learning history!

So I had a very interesting conversation the other day and it got me thinking.. what do people think about history? I asked several of my friends and most of them although repulsed by it as a lesson simply because of the way it’s being taught, they all agreed that it’s a lesson of extreme […]

Aspergers: Social ineptitude and intellectual aptitude.

So I got this new idea from a new acquaintance on twitter regarding something that I was always contemplating but never really got down to elaborate on and put it down to words. As I made known by my last post I have aspergers, and though a mild case some of the characteristic proclivities endemic […]

On “The Big Bang Theory” and Aspergers Syndrome.

Many things can be said about this series, it’s just epic! If I really had to, the only thing I could find wrong with it, as a European, is the laugh at the background which is something I am not used to, as we know when we have to laugh, but as it’s usually covered up by […]