Quote# 138647

Mental time travel?

A long time ago, on a friday night to be exactly, I was trying to sleep thinking about the next day because I was going to do something really fun that saturday. What happened then was really strange: I closed my eyes, opened them after a second and suddenly my room was fully lit because the sun had already come up. It was really weird, and I have never experienced it again, but I just skipped 10 hours in a second without feeling like I'd been sleeping in between, nor being tired that day.

sv9412, r/GlitchInTheMatrix 7 Comments [7/8/2018 8:11:38 AM]
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antichrist

You fell asleep. Epic.

7/8/2018 10:37:07 AM

Psalmanazaar

Could also be a petit mal seizure

7/8/2018 1:24:54 PM

Man Called True

A lot of my nights can be described as "Lay down, blink, wake up". It happens.

7/8/2018 1:46:56 PM

shy

Wow! You literally fell asleep and woke up the next day.

7/8/2018 5:19:45 PM

Token Atheist

Doesn't even warrant a "cool story bro." You were trying to go to sleep and you did, and you were not tired the next day, because you were well-rested. Wow, that's some kind of "glitch in the matrix" there.

7/8/2018 5:40:17 PM



I'm going to assume this is a joke.

7/8/2018 9:42:12 PM

K

Now, it WOULD be cool if you could party all night, go to work, then decide that you had made poor choices, THEN time-travel to the night before and get a good night's sleep instead.

But moving forward in time while the brain is on low-level functionality? Meh.

7/9/2018 11:31:38 AM

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