mood rings: sensitivity psyche
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#1 Nov 14, 2012
A mood ring is a ring which contains a thermochromic element, such as liquid crystal. The ring changes color in response to the body temperature of its wearer. The color is said, by some proponents, to indicate the emotional state of the wearer (source: Wikipedia).
Mood rings were popular in the 1990s and became a general social symbol of simple sensual comforts and mental joys, perhaps because human beings crave for various forms of emotional and muscle relaxation (medical or psychological), an obvious sign of the historic appeal of sensitization products such as Chloraseptic, Morphine, and Jell-O, products that cater to human sensitization threshold buffering.
Do these psychological considerations reflect the market value of the perception-themed Hollywood (USA) movie "Body Heat" (1981)?
Are they printing movie posters on hemp/recycled paper yet?
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