"A common way of defining 'normal' is to say something about you is normal if you fall just between one standard deviation of the average for all people. But there are a lot of things about you. You can easily think of, say, 36 different independent variables, different things to say about yourself. For instance, how tall you are, how many friends you have, how bad your breath is, or, say, how often you lie. Now, the statistical probability that you would be normal for all 36 of those different attributes is actually one in a million. Which means mathematically speaking, it is quite abnormal to be normal."
So if you didn't get all of that, it's basically impossible for someone to be completely normal. Meaning it's normal to be different. And usually, if you think you're different, you're really pretty normal. Yeah, that makes lots of sense.
Anyway, I watched Rise of the Guardians last night. . . or this morning. Whatever you consider "sleeping at 3 am" means. Well, I was expecting the worst, but I got what was not expected! Hee hee, brings back all the Big Four memories!
In case I haven't told you guys, I may not be updating every! single! day! cuz' I'm doing an online summer school thing. No, I didn't fail anything, I'm doing it for reasons.
I haven't said this in a long while: small round green vegetables!