Do some trees have eyes that work? I just watched a video about a few trees that had lots of eyes and they were opening and closing them. It was in a different language though.
Most Helpful Guy
Let me quote some inspirational words by philosopher Jaden Smith that may bring light on the subject.
"Most Trees Are Blue" - Jaden Smith
"How Can Mirrors Be Real If Our Eyes Aren't Real" -Jaden Smith
Ahh, truly fascinating. This tells us that our eyes aren't real, therefore we don't have eyes. If we don't have eyes, then trees don't have eyes because eyes don't exist. And therefore since we both don't have eyes, trees are the same as us and therefore have eyes.
However, they are blue. Being blue means they feel said. It is a saying when someone is down in the dumps, they "feel blue." Down in the dumps = feel blue. If trees are blue, that means they are down in the dumps. How would they see the dumps though? They don't feel the ground. No, it means they see. Since they are blue, they surely have eyes.
Jaden Smith's words of wisdom have come and saved us once again. Trees have eyes, contrary to what all science, scientists, and experts on trees have said before. Therefore they can see, despite all the millions of previous claims from the past, and present. Pssh Those are surely all forms of pacification instilled by the government to keep us quiet.1
Most Helpful Girl
Yes they do.. My tree has about 4 eyes... I counted them too. I also figured out that trees speak Korean... Which is why I am taking courses for the Korean language so that I will finally understand my tree. I also learnt that not all trees speak the same language and you can find out what language they speak by spotting the difference in their colors, textures and lengths. The tallest trees tend to speak dutch... While shorter trees tend to speak Japanese.1
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