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I don't know what compelled her to say that but I knew it was a weird thing to say in the moment. I picked up my phone off the table and it said 6:31pm. I utter something along the lines of "that can't be right."
originally posted by: r0xor
You could've read the time wrong the first time. Maybe it was 5:10pm, not 6:10pm.
Then, they could've reacted to you having a moment because it was startling to everyone in the room.
Or, maybe you simply lost track of time and thought more had passed than it did. The power of suggestion from the male in the room, the leader (you) that something wasn't right prompted them to agree. Haven't we all had those experiences when younger with friends and siblings? They're freaky at the moment and really fun, everyone wonders and feels kinda scared but in a good way, like watching a thriller or a horror movie. Then, life goes on afterward and the next day.
Did anyone else in the world experience what you did, when you did? It'd have to be a phenomenon that went beyond the people in the room if time itself changed for an inexplicable reason. I don't think there were mass reports on the internet of anything similar happening to anyone else that day/time.