DAY 29 —Optimal

“I have seen time and space run out!”

“I have walked in universes where the laws of physics were devised by the minds of a madman!”

“I know secrets that were never to meant to be known!”

“I have seen universes freeze and creation burn!”

Somehow I got obsessed watching Doctor Who clips on YouTube.

I don’t know why.

Then again, if I knew why I did half the things I did, I suppose I would still do them.

It’s Day 29.

It’s almost a month now.

On the other hand, Medium gives me a great look at who read my entries and I figured it out.

This might fail miserably but if I am right, the optimal time to release my entries is between 12 and 12:30.

When I view the other days, the one with less views were either released between 11 and 11:30 or after 12:30.

Of course, I suppose there are other factors too.

For example, the weekend. People tend to be more chill on the weekends, parents less likely to tell them to get off their phones.

Also between 12 and 12:30, there exists what I believe the highest percentage of people who are just scrolling through Instagram, texting people on Whatsapp or in other words, people who are most likely to spend two minutes reading a diary entry.

People are so unpredictable.

I suppose it’s what made me so interested in psychology.

Finding out what makes a person tick.

So interesting.

I remember putting an Instagram story for the Game Theory entry under Close Friends cause people just love being in someone’s Close Friends list. It’s such a special feeling. It pops at the first of your Instagram stories too. You just instinctively open that story first.

(I also had to transfer a good number of people into my Close Friends list)

*wink*

I have been accused by a few of being a delightful innocent psychopath.

(Fun tip: Being hesitated/ a slight sense of unsurety in front of people gives them such a beautiful sense of power and control of the situation. People love a sense of power, almost similar to when you and only you know what to do in a particular situation. Don’t be hesitated too often. But if you do it in front of someone who knows what to do, sometimes you learn something you didn’t know before(like what they want you to do and their character based on whether said decision aligns with your interest). Also, how people treat hesitated and unsure people tells a lot about them.)

Take everything I have ever said, say and ever will say with a pinch of salt.

I am going.

Sayonara.

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