posted on Oct, 19 2009 @ 07:59 AM
My best friend and I who are both 17, began walking to school together at roughly the age of 9 or 10. We must have spent around 2 hours minimum
together just from walking every day, for the past 7 or 8 years, not including the times we met during the school day, after school to play games and
at the weekends for football etc...
I think the first time we said the same thing was, my dad asked if we knew someone outside of the car and we both said no, they're about 40. We gave
the word for word exact same response and gave the same age, when the person was actually in their 20's and we were both exaggerating for effect.
The amount of times incidents like this have happened, saying or thinking the same thing at the same time, have increased to sometimes once or twice a
day and we dont feel as shocked as we did the first time, it's just something we're used to. If someone says something we can look at each other and
quite a lot of the time know what the other is thinking.
I don't really know what this is, I don't think either of us are crystal children or anything like that, maybe we have just spent so much time
together we think the same. Anyone have any other explanations for this?
[edit on 19-10-2009 by chrisman]