comics for October 2, 2006 – 10/02/2006
Is it just me or do Alex’s eyes generally match the blue or green he’s wearing? When he was in the armor, they were blue, now they’re green. Neat!
My wife has eyes that vary more on her mood and emotional state; icy blue most of the time, but if she gets worked up (angry or excitedly happy, or whatever), they’ll start to turn green…
WOW mood eyes thats cool
I have eyes like that too “ish” colour- blue-ish green-ish grey-ish brown-ish… multiple colours (brown around the iris, green toward the outer and hints of grey, if i get angry or upset they go more or a blue colour). many people have it.
Also, the light reflecting off the colour of clothing you’re wearing can affect your eye colour.
They are sometimes called “hazel” or “grey” eyes. Some of our family have them.
I’m a hazel, and my eyes shift between green and brown, with the occasional blue or even gray.
Same here! Well, not blue, but my eyes tend to get more brown in autumn months.
Maybe there is a Paddington for every child going there, just in a different form (Ferdinand de Guadelupe?).
My eyes are hazel, too, but they’re a greeny hazel and I used to think of them as green. For years I thought the EYES: HAZ on my state identification meant that my 20/200 eyesight was hazardous. : )
They can run the gamut of shades of green, as well as blue in certain lights, and I have the same gold sunburst around the pupil as my father and both my siblings. Fun times.
Mine are exactly the same… right down to the yellow ring (it looks sorta mouldy up close).
Mine vary from blue to grey to blue-green, and in one photo they look purple.
If you think about it, everyone has hazel eyes when they take photos, because sometimes they are their normal eye colour, right, but sometimes with the flashlight on it looks like they have red eyes, because of their blood vessels. My eyes turned out red a couple of times in the school photos.
Umm… Why doesn’t Alex suggest that maybe not all children go to Dreamland when they sleep? And perhaps those from different cultures tend to travel to a type of dream reality based on what their culture expects?
BTW: Have they even speculated on how only children can go to Dreamland and at what age it might stop?
Dan isn’t exactly an authority on what makes sense… as he demonstrates here.
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