The number of hairs on your head doesn’t really matter, but do you know how many hairs you have on your face? Or how many you have on your chest? Or how many you have in your armpits? People with long hair or sideburns usually get the wrong answer, but our brains are wired to ignore it and focus on the surface features of our bodies. Think of your hair as a mirror, and the parts of your body that are visible to others.
The number of hairs on the tip of your nose is a good example of how our brains process information and ignore the rest. It’s one of those things that is probably not a conscious decision, but is very much a reflex. It’s also one of the things that our brains are good at ignoring.
When we look at our own bodies, our brains try to use our features and the information they have about us to make sense of what’s going on around us. Our scalp, for example, is often a good candidate for processing. Its the hair that we’ve shaved. It’s the hair that’s growing back. Its also the hair that we’ve been told we have.
I often see this with women too, that their face is a good candidate for processing and that they rarely even have to think about it. But when you look at the faces of someone like Jessica Simpson it’s clear that she does. She has a facial expression that is a good candidate for processing that is also unlikely to be based on a conscious choice.
Jessica Simpson does not have a facial expression. However, she does have a haircut and she has very few hairs.
But Jessica does not have any hairs. Even she has to admit there is a chance one or more of her hair follicles has been damaged or eliminated from her system. She has also had no recent haircut. She may not have been wearing any special jewelry or scarves or anything at all. But that does not mean she has no hair either.
The hair we see on Jessica Simpson is likely a combination of DNA from her mother and her boyfriend, as well as a few hairs from a previous boyfriend. Jessica’s mom is still alive. However, this is extremely unlikely. Unless, someone else has a DNA sample from Jessica, or her mother’s DNA has been extracted and sent over, chances are very slim that this is the same Jessica Simpson who has been on the Discovery Channel every week for the last 20 years.
Or maybe, that’s just really hard to believe. There’s a lot of controversy surrounding Jessica Simpson’s DNA, which is why her mother is a major issue at this point. The only way for her to be Jessica Simpson, is to have been born in the last year, which is not at all likely.
The number of hairs on Jessica Simpson is probably closer to one hundred.
There is a big debate about whether Jessica Simpson’s hair was dyed or human hair, and no one seems to be able to convince the jury. The consensus seems to be that it was human hair, but many believe that it wasn’t.