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I can relate to this but in reverse, I am 34 but when asked my age I often say 32, this is only a recent thing (couple of months), I only notice because I get asked my age a lot (I am a bouncer and, when I check ID's a lot of people turn round and ask how old I am)
Originally posted by Hitsuzen I am 38 years old and for the past year when someone asks my age the first thing that comes to mind is that I'm 40. I have to take a few seconds to try and recollect my own age.
Originally posted by Pokoia
I can tell you the exact moment that the change happened.
I was Saturday 24 September, 20:03 GMT/UTC exact.
Now for the cause.
Somewhere in world was, and is, a working time machine. It was in operation from 1977.
It is controlled some sub section of TPB.
They freaked out because they did not succeed in time travel beyond the end of 2012.
They found out that their time machine gave the opportunity to change the timeline.
Problem was, that every time they used the machine, an alternative timeline was created.
This was cumulative, that is why a lot of people had such strange time related feelings.
Like deja vu and the feeling their memories were not correct.
This is why time travel is not allowed in our Universe.
On Saturday 24 September, 20:03 GMT/UTC, a greater power intervened and combined all the loose time lines back into one.
Very soon the time machine will be closed down.
Then there will be one other small correction.
edit on 1/10/11 by Pokoia because: (no reason given)edit on 1/10/11 by Pokoia because: Wrong year, now corrected
Originally posted by KonquestAbySS
Lately days have seemed like a blur to me. I am going through the motions of my daily routine, but everything seems so fast paced. I honestly thought yesterday was Thursday, and I realized it was Friday night going into Saturday. I think I am going to have to start writing journals so I can remember what happened, and how it happened.