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Fluffiness

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yours
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Head, Brain, and Dodge: Video EATES ANS WER statement 4 Here's a little peek of how my brain works seeing everyday activity 1. The older kid tried fending off the ball upon realizing it's falling on his face. His timing was slightly off because toddlers have neuromuscular limb-eye coordination hence the ball hit his face with a reduced force. 2. In that split second after fending off the ball his nervous system has matured enough to take a short amount of time to respond to danger via stimuli hence he dodges the falling hoop with just a graze in his cheek rather than a full blow (like how boxers dodge punches) 3. During this time however, his response was fully instinctive hence he forgot his baby brother was sitting right behind him/ never would've thought it would've hit him instead. This boy obviously had the strength to prevent the hoop from falling entirely or could at least divert its falling path by shoving it horizontally as it falls. 4. The baby on the other hand, raised his hands to defend himself instinctively, but he only does so in the very end when the object is already about to collide. It's A: the baby was caught off guard & didn't know what to do or how to protect itself from a falling object. It also doesn't know how to estimate the force of impact based on the material of the falling object and the height it fell from. B: the baby has an even more less developed neuromuscular coordination hence it does not know how to time itself properly to raise its hand at the appropriate moment. (Just like how babies suck at catching objects or swinging golf) it also wasn't really sure if the object was tall enough to actually land on him. This is because it also has weak spatial estimation ability due to the above reason. 9 q certain that he knew it was falling but he did not respond nor react for the first 70-80% of the interval between the hoop falling and colliding on his head. Why did the baby wait?匚K 2U1 / en essac
Head, Brain, and Dodge: Video
 EATES
 ANS WER statement 4
 Here's a little peek of
 how my brain works
 seeing everyday
 activity
 1. The older kid tried fending off
 the ball upon realizing it's falling
 on his face. His timing was slightly
 off because toddlers have
 neuromuscular
 limb-eye coordination hence the
 ball hit his face with a reduced
 force.
 2. In that split second after
 fending off the ball his nervous
 system has matured enough to
 take a short amount of time to
 respond to danger via stimuli
 hence he dodges the falling hoop
 with just a graze in his cheek
 rather than a full blow (like how
 boxers dodge punches)
 3. During this time however, his
 response was fully instinctive
 hence he forgot his baby brother
 was sitting right behind him/
 never would've thought it
 would've hit him instead. This boy
 obviously had the strength to
 prevent the hoop from falling
 entirely or could at least divert its
 falling path by shoving it
 horizontally as it falls.
 4. The baby on the other hand,
 raised his hands to defend himself
 instinctively, but he only does so
 in the very end when the object is
 already about to collide. It's
 A: the baby was caught off guard & didn't
 know what to do or how to protect itself
 from a falling object. It also doesn't know
 how to estimate the force of impact based
 on the material of the falling object and the
 height it fell from.
 B: the baby has an even more less
 developed neuromuscular coordination
 hence it does not know how to time itself
 properly to raise its hand at the
 appropriate moment. (Just like how babies
 suck at catching objects or swinging golf)
 it also wasn't really sure if the object was
 tall enough to actually land on him. This is
 because it also has weak spatial
 estimation ability due to the above reason.
 9
 q certain that he knew it was falling
 but he did not respond nor react
 for the first 70-80% of the interval
 between the hoop falling and
 colliding on his head. Why did the
 baby wait?匚K 2U1 /
 en
 essac
Bad, Butt, and Head: So I was sauntering my way down to the other end of the building to deliver a(n?) 1099 I printed so nicely early for someone. There is an open area where people wait for the dentist if they don't want to wait in the area, and I was close to it, but couldn't see it. I hear: You gotta stand up straight. Yes, like that. Now stick that chest out like you're a cocky gorilla man. Yeah! You gotta walk like that to catch those women! Take a couple steps. Good! Now you gotta take long steps and lead with the heel like this At that point, I couldn't resist. I walk to the hallway where there is a right turn then a left so I can see the open area There is an older woman, and a kid who couldn't be more than seven or eight, but then I am bad at quessing age.., getting coached. She sees me looking, and says, o/W: Look! You're already catching women walking the way grammie says! Kid looks at me horrified and so embarrassed. I pretend to look into our only office in that area after giving him a little nod of the head. When I turn back to leave I get the questions o/W: Got any kids? Me: Yes o/W: I say teach em young. So that way he can pop a lot of cherries later. I've told that woman who my son knocked up, but she won't listen. How old is your boy? Me: My daughter is 14. I'd I've taught her to stay away from overconfident cocky jerks so that she doesn't get pregnant by some kid who has no business having sex. I will let her know the walk she should look for to avoid. Thank you She looks at me with the biggest CBF I have ever witnessed. I go to leave, and not one step the kid says, Kid: See, Grandmother, that's why mom doesn't want me to do this. She wants me to get a good girl, not some whore like the guys in that crappy music you make me listen to o/W: I told you not to call me that. Just wait till I tell your father how bad you've been. Kid: What's he going to do? See me less than he already does? Ooooh, I'm so scared. I'm telling my mom about this I peek back and o/w is scrambling after him as he walks toward the dentist's office. She didn't lay a hand on him only after grabbing for him then looking up at all the people watching in the office I'm so proud of him but horrified he knows that so young * Cat Butt Face- a sour facial expression.
Bad, Butt, and Head: So I was sauntering my way down to the other end of the building to deliver a(n?) 1099 I printed
 so nicely early for someone. There is an open area where people wait for the dentist if they don't
 want to wait in the area, and I was close to it, but couldn't see it.
 I hear:
 You gotta stand up straight. Yes, like that. Now stick that chest out like you're a cocky gorilla man.
 Yeah! You gotta walk like that to catch those women! Take a couple steps. Good! Now you gotta
 take long steps and lead with the heel like this
 At that point, I couldn't resist. I walk to the hallway where there is a right turn then a left so I can
 see the open area
 There is an older woman, and a kid who couldn't be more than seven or eight, but then I am bad
 at quessing age.., getting coached. She sees me looking, and says,
 o/W: Look! You're already catching women walking the way grammie says!
 Kid looks at me horrified and so embarrassed. I pretend to look into our only office in that area
 after giving him a little nod of the head. When I turn back to leave I get the questions
 o/W: Got any kids?
 Me: Yes
 o/W: I say teach em young. So that way he can pop a lot of cherries later. I've told that woman
 who my son knocked up, but she won't listen. How old is your boy?
 Me: My daughter is 14. I'd I've taught her to stay away from overconfident cocky jerks so that she
 doesn't get pregnant by some kid who has no business having sex. I will let her know the walk she
 should look for to avoid. Thank you
 She looks at me with the biggest CBF I have ever witnessed. I go to leave, and not one step the
 kid says,
 Kid: See, Grandmother, that's why mom doesn't want me to do this. She wants me to get a good
 girl, not some whore like the guys in that crappy music you make me listen to
 o/W: I told you not to call me that. Just wait till I tell your father how bad you've been.
 Kid: What's he going to do? See me less than he already does? Ooooh, I'm so scared. I'm telling
 my mom about this
 I peek back and o/w is scrambling after him as he walks toward the dentist's office. She didn't lay
 a hand on him only after grabbing for him then looking up at all the people watching in the office
 I'm so proud of him but horrified he knows that so young
 * Cat Butt Face- a sour facial expression.