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Posted by Boxcar Willy on 27.01.2012 at 23:38
You know what to do. Tell us your quirks, and oddities.



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Mr. Doctor
Skandino

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  17.09.2014 at 15:02
Written by Ilham on 17.09.2014 at 14:54
Haha. I really can't imagine you being a hyperactive red-headed little brat. You seem so quiet and you couldn't be more moreno. I was quite the opposite surprisingly. I never spoke when I was a child, and my mother and people around her wondered if I had some kind of problem.


Mom tells me that as a baby I was dead quiet... as in... She actually checke don me on a regular basis because I was too quiet. Same with the first years. I think it began and ended during the 5-8 years old period.

I should drop some childhood pics on FB at some point. I looked like a readhead rockstar.
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Ilham
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  17.09.2014 at 15:07
Written by Mr. Doctor on 17.09.2014 at 15:02

Mom tells me that as a baby I was dead quiet... as in... She actually checke don me on a regular basis because I was too quiet. Same with the first years. I think it began and ended during the 5-8 years old period.

I should drop some childhood pics on FB at some point. I looked like a readhead rockstar.

You should, so I can make fun of you for a new reason.
Mr. Doctor
Skandino

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  17.09.2014 at 15:11
Written by Ilham on 17.09.2014 at 15:07
You should, so I can make fun of you for a new reason.


The reason probably being the fact that I looked way better back in the day. That's depressive.

Another childhood fact:
Mom wanted me to get my hearing checked. She was worried it wasn't on the normal levels.
The doc found nothing, his theory: I simply didn't pay too much attention to people at all if I was doing something alone.

Looking at it that way, yeah... It's true, still to this day.
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Vombatus
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  17.09.2014 at 15:21
Written by !J.O.O.E.! on 17.09.2014 at 12:25

It begins by getting extremely strong feelings of faux deja vu / jamais vu; for example there was an occasion I was playing Half Life 2 and all of a sudden I was convinced I'd been at this point I was at before. I had of course because I'd played it before but I was convinced I'd thought about this very specific and non-interesting part of the game at a previous time, as though my mind had connected to a past memory. From here my mind starts making connections related to that memory. My mind would start jumping all over the place remembering small events associated with it.


Duuude, I have the same thing I always thought it was just my imagination. Very rarely, like 2 or 3 times a year (I do remember clearly though, hard to forget those moments). It's the same thing you described, I try to relate the present moment to a past situation or something, but I feel really strange when it happens.. like unreal (as if I already lived it in a dream or whatever).
Last 4 or 5 times it happened it was followed by some unpredicted event that starts just when the events I associate with the memory stop, and they are usual negative, so I freak out when it happens and become really cautious for the following half an hour just in case hahaha (almost like a premonition ? Weird shit)


Continuing on strange mental stuff, I have a couple of obsessive-compulsive disorders, nothing too bad for daily life but annoying non the less. I rarely have sleep paralysis episodes, not too frequent, like 2-3 times a year and damn I hate those... horrifying stuff

Other than that, people are always surprised to know I am so much into metal/related-stuff, as I tend to move around a totally different environment and people (yeah, like elitist studies and later working for "important" international organizations and blablabla... kind of place where more "alternative" people are alien haha). But I adapt easily to each situation so all fine
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Thought Police

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  17.09.2014 at 16:36
It's a shame your experience isn't pleasant. Sounds like you must get it more intensely than I do. At least you now know you aren't going crazy or being kidnapped by aliens.

Speaking of sleep related disorders I also seem to be afflicted with a parasomnia, namely this one. It's pretty mild, though quite frequent. Probably once a week my girlfriend will tell me I woke her up touching her, but usually as far as it goes. Typically I have no memory of it though in the past when I've gone further, as it were, I've woken up and realised what I'm doing, though often I'll still be in a dream-like state and I'll think I'm doing things to someone totally foreign to who it is. It's never been an issue with any relationship I've had though, aside from getting someone excited then falling back to sleep heheh.

Needless to say I'm always hesitant to share a bed with a friend if I'm staying over at someone's house, in hotels etc.
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Karlabos
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  17.09.2014 at 16:56
^ Wow. Didn't know that kind of thing existed.
About the wiki article: Really? Excuse for rape? Just wake the guy up lol
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!J.O.O.E.!
Thought Police

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  17.09.2014 at 17:01
Written by Karlabos on 17.09.2014 at 16:56

^ Wow. Didn't know that kind of thing existed.
About the wiki article: Really? Excuse for rape? Just wake the guy up lol

You also get people that have died from being beaten to death by people suffering sleep terrors o.o
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Mr. Doctor
Skandino

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  17.09.2014 at 17:17
Damn.... Brutal stuff.

Dream related but not disorded-related:
I record my dreams. I have a little black book next to my bed. If I remember the dream once I wake up, I write it down immediately (marked with a date) before any detail escapes me. For some odd reason I tend to sign them as well. Never really understood why though, sheer habit I guess.

Any particular reasons? Not really... Just an overall fascination with dreams. Sometimes when I have trouble sleeping at night I read through the pages and it's fun to figure out if there's some meaning behind the more bizarre ones or if there's a wide connection between all of them. Some dreams are just way too cool or bizarre so they deserve to be remembered in case I can someday express them in some artistic way.

I always carry the book with me if I'm sleeping somewhere else. No chance of people discovering any weird things though. It's in spanish and most of the names are written in codes if the context of the dream is too personal. xD
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Written by BloodTears on 19.08.2011 at 18:29
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Written by Milena on 20.06.2012 at 10:49
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Karlabos
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  17.09.2014 at 17:31
That's other rather odd habit.
I always wanted to pick notes on my dreams and/or ideas i come up with when on almost sleeping mode activated.
But since the light interruptor of my room is on the other side i would have to stand up to see what i write and it would be too much effort... So no.
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  17.09.2014 at 17:34
I tried keeping a dream diary when I was younger. I did it for a while but writing as soon as you wake up is hard to do, and by the time you're awake the memory's all but gone.
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Mr. Doctor
Skandino

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Age: 21
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  18.09.2014 at 09:35
Funny how dreams work. This conversations made me search more info about dream diaries (it is apparently more of a thing than I expected). I t was cool to read that you can trick your subconscious by doing little thing like simply doing a little gesture of writing something for the next dream before you actually go to sleep... Thus making your subconscious help you out at remembering much better.

I tried that yesterday. I wrote the date before going to sleep and BAM, had one crazy nightmare. It was quite awesome to wake up exactly 5 minutes before my alarm so I had plenty of time to write down everything in full detail. It was still horrible though. xD
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Written by BloodTears on 19.08.2011 at 18:29
Like you could kiss my ass
Written by Milena on 20.06.2012 at 10:49
Rod, let me love you.
Boxcar Willy
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  18.09.2014 at 19:44
I'd do that just for Deja Vu proof.
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Ilham
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  18.09.2014 at 20:42
Déjà vu*. Sorry, I've seen it misspelt too many times in too many posts.
Karlabos
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  18.09.2014 at 22:16
^ Like anyone even had those weird characters on their keyboards to type correctly
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Ilham
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  18.09.2014 at 22:43
That's no excuse, everyone has google. Anyway, I just wanted to show the correct spelling.
Kennoth

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  Today at 04:44
Written by Karlabos on 18.09.2014 at 22:16

^ Like anyone even gives a shit to type that correctly


Fixed that for you.
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