Blue eyes

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Blue eyes first started showing up around 6,000 to 10,000 years ago and anyone with this eye color are linked to one common ancestor.

The Blue eye color occurred when a mutation formed in this ancestor that "switched" off the ability for that person to create brown eyes.

People with this eye color have less concentration for melanin in their iris than brown eyed people.

Some cultures where brown eyes are common see blue eyes as a curse.

People with this eye color tend to be attracted to people with blue eyes like them.

They aren't alone because most people agree that blue eyes are the most attractive eye color.

Blue eyed people are also deemed least trustworthy then the other eye colors but are good and strategic thinkers. So they might be able to con others easily.

People with blue eyes are Romantic dreamers they constantly dream of true love and often live in a fictional world.

They love passionately with all their heart and it's hard to forget them once you've loved them.

People with blue eyes are vulnerable, sensitive and easily offended and tend to take almost everything too seriously.

They are emotional and sentimental and have deep feelings. They are best at pretending to be happy and is typical of them to become depressed often.

They are also generous,spiritual,peaceful and kindhearted.

They always look for the good in people like and tend to please other before themselves like green eyed people.

Only one six Americans have blue eyes down 50% at the beginning of the 20 century.

They tend to be very self centered they feel more relaxed when telling someone what's wrong with them instead of keeping it in.

When we're born, we've got a chance of having blue eyes, depending on family history, and other factors. There are many misconceptions about that blue eyed people are more romantic. They may be more cruel. They may take things more seriously than those without blue eyes. The list is endless, but to say that these are actually true would be lying. It's senseless to say that blue eyes give you those traits, but there are some things which really are true.

Here are top 10 facts about blue eyes.

1. Happy families
A researcher in Denmark has said that everyone with blue eyes in this world is related in one way or another. It's been said that around 6000-10000 years ago, you'd only see brown eyes, and a DNA mutation allowing blue eyes to crop up means that all of us with blue eyes really are from the same person.

2. Alcohol frenzy!
We all like a good night out down the pub, but there's always one that has too much to drink. However, blue eyed friends, it's less likely to be you than your other coloured eye counterparts! Studies show that blue eyed people are more tolerant of alcohol, which may be why shockingly, those with blue eyes tend to abuse alcohol more.

3. Brown dominates blue
You may think that if you have blue eyes, and you have a child with someone who has blue eyes, then your child will have blue eyes. Wrong. Because the brown allele is the dominant allele. This also means that although blue eyed people came into the world thousands of years ago, we could just as easily leave if this were to happen enough.

4. Different coloured eyes
You can list the different eye colours out there: blue, green, brown and hazel, but it's not very often you see someone with different coloured eyes. Well, Waardenburg syndrome makes it possible. Whilst this can mean you have different coloured eyes, it also could be the reason for having very pale blue eyes.

5. White skin
If you've got areas of white skin on your body, then you might be able to blame your blue eyes. There's a skin condition called vitiligo which causes some of your skin to lose its pigmentation, making it appear white. This can happen anywhere on your body, including your face.

6. Blue eyed mutant
It's the mutation which happened thousands of years ago which means millions of us have blue eyes. However, some places in the world seem to be less likely to get these mutants. Around the Balkans, it's said that 99% of the population have blue eyes, and this is also the place where it's believed the first blue eyed person was born.

7. Blue eyed baby
You may have heard about babies being born with blue eyes, and then getting darker shortly after, but this doesn't always happen. The eyes get darker because of the levels of melanin in the eyes, and the stage at which the melanin kicks in is different for all babies. For some, it kicks in whilst still in the womb, and for others, it's after they've been born.

8. Disorders
Blue eyes are also a symptom of ocular albinism. This affects just the eyes, and means they become very pale, as well as giving you an increased risk of developing other visionary problems. If you've got this disorder, you need to be really careful to ensure you aren't too exposed to the sun's UV rays.

9. Blue-eyed people are more sensitive to light. Blue-eyed people lack melanin in their irises, which is used to shield the eye from intensive light, like the sun or fluorescent lighting. Our eyes might be wide open for the family picture, but once it is taken, we go straight back to squinting.

10. Blue eyes allow for  You to see better in the dark. Similarly to being sensitive to daylight, the lack of melanin allows more light to enter our eyes at night, giving us a light advantage at stumbling our way to bed.

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