If you are like me and you are just like many of our fellow humans, you probably have little mushy, mushy, mushy thoughts that you just don’t want to let out. In fact, you probably have no idea where they came from. So you just go on autopilot. You don’t want to think about what you want to do, or what you want to say, or what you want to eat. You just go on autopilot.
Mushy thoughts are a form of meta-cognition. We tend to believe things are made up, like that we’re actually just a bunch of little brain cells, but it’s actually the other way around. The mushy brain is the brain that believes it can take on any kind of personality. It’s the brain that believes it’s just little cells and therefore is able to behave like a normal human being. Well, it’s in a bad way, then.
The mushy brain is actually the brain that says “I’m going to kill you, but I can’t do it.” You know what? I’m not stupid enough to think you can take on a body of water that means I’m going to kill you.
Mushy brains are also known as “skeptics,” “naysayers,” and “mild-mannered,” but I think its the other way around. The mushy brain is the brain that thinks the sky is made of very small grains of dust.
Mushy brains are brain cells that are not able to function normally because they have no control over physical things. Mushy brains are thus unable to feel pain or feel pleasure. This is because the mushy brain is not able to control its internal chemicals and this leads it to do things like think its a normal human being. The mushy brain also seems to have a different way of thinking from the normal brain.
For one thing, the mushy brain is made of three different types, the neurons that control pain, pleasure, and pain-inducing chemicals – chemical molecules that are called neurotransmitter systems. The neurotransmitter molecules that are commonly called neurons are dopamine, serotonin, and norepinephrine.
This is important because what the mushymush brain thinks of as a normal human being is actually a combination of four different types of neurons, dopamine, serotonin, norepinephrine, and GABA (gamma-aminobutyric acid). This makes it a bit different from the normal brain, but also means that the mushymush has the ability to control its own internal chemicals.
So how exactly does it work? Well, a bit like a normal human brain (the mushymush brain has dopamine, serotonin, and norepinephrine neurons), it uses these neurotransmitters to control the movement of your muscles. In the case of a mushymush, this means your muscles can move your body rather than your brain. This is a fairly unique ability as most people lack these neurons in their brains.
Mushymush’s ability to control these neurotransmitters is so well-known by now, there’s no need to elaborate. The only thing I will say is that it’s really difficult to control your own body. Because when your brain is controlled by mushymush, it is not your brain you are controlling, it is the mushymush brain controlling your body. It is your brain’s job to manage your body rather than yours.
Mushymushs ability to control these neurotransmitters is so well-known by now, theres no need to elaborate. The only thing I will say is that its really difficult to control your own body. Because when your brain is controlled by mushymush, it is not your brain you are controlling, it is the mushymush brain controlling your body. It is your brains job to manage your body rather than yours.