Anonymous said: So is the men liking a woman with good health biological? Most men i see don't seem very interested in my health. Is it an instinct?
There’s no prejudice against individuals with bad health, but to increase the chance that people pass on healthier offsprings, people do look for people who appear to have signs of better health.
I actually read a book about this a few weeks ago, called, “Why Beautiful People Have More Daughters” by Alan Miller and Satoshi Kanazawa. Cool stuff.
ordinarilygraceful said: Picked up the wrong book college AU for Sherlolly of course :D
ordinarilygraceful I hope you don’t mind, I tweaked it a bit!
I’m thinking of turning this into a series, so tell me what you think!
As she reached the door with the number 221 not bolted to the front of the door with big block letters like the other door rooms but instead scrawled across the top left corner of the door in very messy handwriting, Molly hesitated.
She looked down at the book in her hands - well, she used the term “book” loosely - the binder in her hands filled with pages upon pages of well-undecipherable scrawls “not fit for the trash, let alone human attention,” as Meena so eloquently put it. But she’d opened it…and was somehow able to read the fascinating deductions on all her classmates…including herself.
They weren’t all very nice, but they were objective. And as Ms. Molly Hooper hoped to be a doctor in the future, objectivity was something she could definitely appreciate. And, she thought with a tiny flutter of excitement to herself, Sherlock Holmes, the author of the manual in her hands, judged that she was “rather intelligent - lab partner material.”
this is the real question you ask yourself when you see a hot guy on a show/movie (10 plays)