Showing posts from August, 2011

The many paths of tears

                                                  tuesday 23 rd august 2011 THE MANY PATHS OF TEARS…. Scientifically: When emotion affects us, it stimulates the cranial nerve in the brain and this sends signals to the neurons. The presence of androids in the dendrites of neurons increases the electronic activity in the medulla oblongata which results in production of cryolin that in turn catalyses the production of excess saline which is then pumped out through the eyes as a brain response mechanism for homeostasis. Emotional tears differ from scientific lubricant tears in that they contain a higher percentage of adrenonorticotropic hormone and leucine enkephalin that is a natural pain killer.    The lumbic system, specifically the hypothalamus has a degree of control over the autonomic system. The parasympathetic branch of the autonomic system controls the lucramal glands via the neurotransmitter acetyl-choline through both the nicotinic and muscarinic receptors. When these recepto

my fabulous faves ryt now!!!

                              MY FAV FRIENDS(for now :) : fabulously fabulous  and human.totally  comfy wherever whenever.totally love you guys, wouldnt trade what we have for anything.xoxo.<3<3<3 my super sweet and tasty fav food right now. lots of carbs,i know,and def doesn't help with the cellulite either  but the way it melts right into my mouth,def not giving you up anytime soon my dear custard pudding.  picnicing!!!haaaaa!(long sigh) very relaxing,very relieving, completely and utterly fav activity,for the last few days.going to  have one next week with my sort-of boyfriend,and one of my fav friends and her <3<3 Paloma Faith!!!can not  really claim this as an original idea of mine,listened  to some of her songs in my sort-of boyfriend's car and pretended not to like them,truth is i  loved them and immediately downloaded some to my playlist when i got,in general  is my fav pass-time ever,but Paloma Faith is my fav pass