Big gross brown silverfish with big clamps/forceps on their back so they can pinch you.
But in medieval times they thought earwigs burrowed into your ears at night, ate your brain and then they would lay eggs there so they can feast on your brain.
Here's a theory/paradox I thought of while coloring,
What if the color we know is different from what others see! HEAR ME OUT... K so what if the same color we both know like "red", we both call it a warm color, color of fire, bright..
but what if another person actually sees it as a dark purple... they would still call it warm and bright and color of fire even though you would actually call it a dark cool purple, they just never ever knew from the beginning that the thing they call red is different from yours
Lets flip the situation, say red's is actually seen as a light blue in other's eyes but you see it as the red you know.. they's still call it red and warm but in reality you have a flipped color pallet.
keep trying to wrap your head around it, what if every one sees a color differently but just knows what they see and call it... You all call a certain color green, but one person actually sees it as pink and another as yellow.. BUT you all call it pink.
why is the sky blue? well we all know and call it blue but do we see it the same? for all we know one person would call it blue but actually sees it orange but it's called blue.. and none of us knows this because its what we know it is. It's a color! but is it?
( ˈsaˌtī(ə)r )
the use of humor, irony, exaggeration, or ridicule to expose and criticize people's stupidity or vices, particularly in the context of contemporary politics and other topical issues.
Example use of satire:
omg!! i can't believe you're going to recommend everyone to do that even when you structured that AS A JOKE!!!! PEOPLE ARE GOING TO GET REALLY OFFENDED!!!!! People these days are so rude!1!