- Mar 21, 2005
I'm sitting here looking through some pictures of T's and I began to wonder, what draws people to certain T's? Certainly size and color play a role but I've noticed that some of the more popular ones are not the largest nor most colorful. Some are not active and some aren't even visible. I guess what I'm wondering is, how is it that rosies, for example, have always been popular in spite of the fact that they spend most of their time pretending to be a rock, they don't spin intricate webs, they appear to have some sort of aversion to feeding properly, they aren't very colorful (I'm colorblind so my perception may be skewed on that one), and they have fiberglass butt fur. So what attracted you to your fuzzy little ball of drab colored inactivity? Ease of care? Handleability? The fact that you can feed it for a year with a dollar? Maybe you just like having an eight legged pet rock or pet hole. Whatever it is, I'd like to know what made you choose a lesser aesthetically pleasing T over a more colorful one.