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I took my previous post, translated it into Korean with Google Translate. Then translated the Korean into Russian with Google Translate. Finally I translated the Russian back into English with Google Translate.

While I need to know, I do not know, and anyway. Before you think it is too pale, because you can see veins through the skin. But the ruined girl showed me great kindness and touched my heart. Since then I have had a small fetish for red hair.

Recently, my human therapist asked, “Why do people really like red hair?”

This is my theory. Long before Neanderthals and humans lived together on Earth. Sometimes they mixed with each other and gave birth to a special half-born child. DNA studies show that Neanderthals have red hair. Or many Neanderthals had red hair, but not all. Red hair is not as common as chicken teeth, but people often find red hair and find it more beautiful than other hair colors.

When the two species are mixed, the child is stronger than the parents. Some people had sex with Neanderthals and created stronger, more beautiful, and possibly better spotted children than their parents. In addition, this new prolific species was different from a sterile-born mule.

Everyone wants to create a hybrid child, if it helps create a hybrid child. Cleansers were envious and evil. Women with black skin did not like to chase men Neanderthals with red hair. But perhaps the man really liked the appearance of the Neanderthal. Perhaps Neanderthals were not only men, but also complex.

Nowadays, white washers often marry his genitals. We accept it, and it does not matter except the bad. Crossbreeding is good for humans because it makes children better. Our genes are deep. We remember the days when we could pursue the love of a new Neanderthal. When we see red hair, we want it

This is my answer to my therapist.

Chris S.
Anomalist, esperantist, cyclist, typist, dodecaphile, ailurophile, and oneiromancer. Chris lives near the shore with his wife, cats, and the Jersey Devil in his backyard.

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