Our actions are based on our biological predisposition for attempted to survival.
When you order a Baconator Double instead of a salad, no further explanation can be made than that this behavior is a product of your desire to live. Bacon is meat; meat is strength; strength is success. You’re just trying to pamper your muscles. That’s it.
There’s no such thing as a code for behaving appropriately in society, because what happens is just the way biology works, right? Over the next few weeks, I’ll be over-analyzing like a crazy girl, trying to (dis)prove the theory of a universal behavioral motive. Because who doesn’t want to believe in the existence of free will?
Published at See Gauge Blog on February 10, 2012.