Nah nah, I'm less drunk and they don't "abduct' people (at least these ones), bro. I'm totally gonna answer your jimjams right now after I watch mace windu get his hand-o get chumped off by moody wannabe darth vader.
Oh shït...lightning hands!
Question 1: do aliens have genitalia?
They've got suits so I wouldn't know about their wang dang doodles. Since they're got bug in them I'd guess yes.
Question/situation 2: "I see aliens...yadda yadda hey look at me!"
I doubt it. Not just the "sticking around" part but the "seeing" part. Even the military intelligence pedophiles know that out of their craft they ain't visible 99.9% of the time. If they ever presented themselves to you in a situation where you live to tell the tale, they're basically your friends. No one that has ever encountered them and can remember it would ever make such a statement. Why would one ever make such a statement about friendly majestic beings of extraordinary intelligence, skill, and aptitude that rescue children and help those in need without recognition or reward? You'd have to be a super douche to be afraid of such a being.
(08-18-2013, 04:19 PM)Shadow Wrote: What parts of the planet do they like best? Cities, Asians, mountains... ?
Depends on the species yo.
The "good" ones prefer the deserts and jungle for habitation (near the equator but includes south america and africa).
The "bad" ones go wherever the good ones are not which usually means mountains and midwest (type) areas but in the u.s. this includes some more humid regions like the southeast.
Habitation doesn't mean "they're only there" though. Some of them enjoy a good human burger, I don't blame them.
(08-18-2013, 04:49 PM)Shadow Wrote: Aliens kinda mind me of wasps. If you don't let your fear get the best of you, you'll be fine, but if you swat at them in panic you get stung.
Greys can actually read your mind at long distances and influence it at even longer distances (not to mention the assorted other things they can do which make them superior to humanity). So...yeah...nowhere you can hide. Whoever's listening and thinks they're tough or hot shït: "THERE IS NOWHERE YOU CAN HIDE".
The only thing people have to fear is their own weakness, futility, fear, and defect. Don't matter if you got ketchup in the kitchen they still like the taste of human.
(even less drunk now)
(08-18-2013, 05:03 PM)Octo Wrote:(08-18-2013, 04:59 PM)Anonymous Kritter Wrote: Don't matter if you got ketchup in the kitchen they still like the taste of human.
So are you saying they want to eat humans? If so, do you mean literally or... ahem, in the biblical sense...
I'm only joking bro. Only some of them want to (and do) eat the juicy red stuff humans got running through their veins. Similar to what they do with cows and (in some locales) other animals. The good guys actually would never willingly hurt an animal (or even insect) and don't eat humans that much but hey when you need some human what are you gonna do?
As for the wasp analogy, insects read pheromones which don't represent your thoughts only your reaction to those thoughts. Greys don't do that. Greys can read you friggin mind through your head at distance. Might be an implant or hijacking of one but I doubt it unless everyone's got one which doesn't make a whole lot of sense. They pay particular attention to what one "thinks" about them. The good ones are slightly neurotic but well meaning that doesn't vary but their personalities do.
(08-18-2013, 05:33 PM)Anonymous Kritter Wrote: As for the wasp analogy, insects read pheromones which don't represent your thoughts only your reaction to those thoughts. Greys don't do that. Greys can read you friggin mind through your head at distance. Might be an implant or hijacking of one but I doubt it unless everyone's got one which doesn't make a whole lot of sense. They pay particular attention to what one "thinks" about them. The good ones are slightly neurotic but well meaning that doesn't vary but their personalities do.
Yes, and fear releases the same pheromone as agression which is what the wasp reads.
Next question, how do I meet a grey?
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