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    Default Where does the time go?

    What is your longest period of time being unaware of your surroundings N's? I just realized that I was unaware of time passing for about two hours, or there abouts.

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    Im probabley never unaware of my surroundings, im always watching my back. Its hard being a girl....

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    I sometimes have to ask myself which season it is when I step outside, especially in the Fall and Spring when the weather is not extreme.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yourfriendjaneen View Post
    Im probabley never unaware of my surroundings, im always watching my back. Its hard being a girl....
    Pun intended?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Coriolis View Post
    I sometimes have to ask myself which season it is when I step outside, especially in the Fall and Spring when the weather is not extreme.
    That's a fairly large gap in time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Coriolis View Post
    I sometimes have to ask myself which season it is when I step outside, especially in the Fall and Spring when the weather is not extreme.
    I can relate completely.

    I can lose a few hours, days, half the time I don't know the month. And yes, I've forgotten what season it was before during Spring and Fall.
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    I see that often how less intelligent people seem to have lost all contact with reality for minutes. *takes cover under a branch*
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    When I sleep.

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    I can't even remember whether I've ever been all that aware of my surroundings. I have no idea what time it is when I forget to pull the curtains away from my windows and when I don't really have to go anywhere on time. Nowadays I solely rely on my phone to indicate what day of the week it is, the date, time, what time I need to do something and where I need to go. If I didn't have that blasted beeping sound yanking me back to reality, I'd be lost because notes don't really work. It's a good thing that I'm still capable of updating the calendar.

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    tztz,yo need more work, then you experience how loooooooooooooooooooooooooooong a minute can be -.-
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