There was a man who had a blue nose, purple eyes, red hair, and small feet. He was known as the fascination of America. His mother had beautiful blonde hair with baby blue eyes and a small waist. His father had a small nose which barely supported his reading glasses, his hair was brown and he was fit and tall. No one knows why this happened to their son Kit Lucias Butler, who, even with his strange and colorful traits was color blind. Kit didn't like how normal people looked, he saw them as dull, repetitive, and obsessed with food. He spent his days walking along rivers, skipping stones, drawing, reading, and watching people talk from a distance filling in their voices to their silent lip movements. His voice got higher in pitch when he was the role of the female, but naturally his voice was mild-deep. Whenever he woke up from a dream he'd write down in a journal as much as he could possibly remember. He didn't care about falling in love, his mind was set on exploring. Every where he went people wanted pictures of him, he was famous for being weird. He knows almost every language and has access to more parts of his brain than any other human. It explains a lot why he wants nothing to do with love, there are more mind blowing things in the world than obsessing over another and fighting with them and having a piece of paper tell them that they are officially in love, just thinking about it sickens him to his core. The part of his mind he was able to access wasn't the power to move things, wasn't the power to access thoughts, but simply the power to see as far as he wants. He could lay in his bed staring at the ceiling and then just think about seeing mars and he could, every detail of it, every inch, every aspect of space and the galaxy. He could look out the window and see Paris. He could see life in the soil, see movement in the deepest, darkest parts of the ocean. His passion was studying, everything, from history to how to make a hat. He was truly the most interesting individual in the world and even though he didn't like it, I loved him.