Originally Posted by hipeopleoftheworld
Right skthurley and nanay, I've learnt from the previous owners that when Scully's pupils go bigger and smaller, that means he's mad and doesn't want you messing with him.
That is such a myth and hoary old saying being repeated again and again.
That did not say much about the previous owners.
Like other hoary myths of height placements and need to dominate them.
At least better then the expert sayings of 200 years ago when the experts then declared greys do not drink water and need no water.
Tinkerbell and Riamfada , my greys, kept pinning their eyes whenever they were playing with me and very happy with me. For all I know, they might be pinning their eyes when not with me and doing other things.
Pinning of eyes are no indications of anything other then they are emotionally stimulated. Unhappiness and other emotions can be seen so easily, if you chose to watch and pay attention to that.
About the worse thing is to look for pinning of eyes. As then you will be so focused on that mythical eye pinning that you failed to see other aspects that will be even more important then that eye pinning.
One might as well declare before the parrot bite, they will open their jaws.
Prior to flying lunge attacks on my wife and on Harry, Riamfada did not pin her eyes at all. She hold them in very cold steady stare. But it was so clear that she was about to lunge and bite in that seconds before she striked.