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my dreams come true no srsly i get deja vu all the time lol

not the ones i want to come true though
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I washed 10 pairs of socks but only had 9 and a half pairs after drying.
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well there was a lot in my life this is one : i finished the horror movie the conjouring and right when they were showing this creepy photo at the ending the lights went out in my dads room -.- and i just froze slowly got up and got the lights fixed. And my dads room is like an old mansion type of thing which makes it all the more creepy for me
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We had a new maintenance guy start at work and during an off moment he came over to chat with me.He just happened to mention his Father in law's name was Smith and I said "The only Smith I'd known was a girl named Denise 40 years ago from high school that we used to drink with".He looked oddly at me and said "Yeah, that's my wife".


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I washed 10 pairs of socks but only had 9 and a half pairs after drying.


wow that happens to me too

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I can't think of any extra spooky coincidences quickly, but I've got some weird ones. I often suddenly get the urge to look something up or happen to come across some information, and then, within the next day or so, it becomes useful. For example, I'll suddenly want to learn Russian one night, and the next, there'll be a Russian substitute. My dreams come true sometimes too. I once dreamed I was in a car crash. The next week my mum crashed her car. Good ones come true too, though Like, I'll dream about finding my favorite singer has <i>finally</i> posted something new on his YouTube account, and then, in the next month, he actually does ,and I, of course, jump through the roof, elated that he finally posted something new (which he only does basically once in a blue moon) and because my dream actually came true. I dreamed he'd post something new the other night
...Of course, I probably just jinxed it. That happens too
Posted 6/7/15

madmejis wrote:

I washed 10 pairs of socks but only had 9 and a half pairs after drying.


what?
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Posted 6/7/15

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The night of May 24th, 1979, I was 7 years old and had a nightmare about a plane crashing. We were visiting relatives and our connection was in Chicago's O'Hare International airport on May 25th. We arrived at the terminal about 2PM and were waiting for a layover flight. I loved looking at the planes out the window as they made their take off runs down the runway. The bigger the plane, the better.

At about 3PM that day, American Airlines Flight 191 started its take off. As I watched it roll down the runway, I saw one of its engines separate and flip up over the wing, landing on the runway. They couldn't stop the plane, apparently, and it lifted off, but I saw it turn into a flat, horizontal position before I lost sight of it. I ran over to another section of windows in time to see the smoke and fire from the crash.

To this day, it remains the single deadliest airplane crash in American history, with 273 fatalities.

That a scary enough coincidence for you? As a side note, we were all so freaked out about it my dad rented a car and we drove back.


I knew 3 people on that flight and it changed me forever.
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Posted 6/7/15 , edited 6/7/15

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streamhopper wrote:

The night of May 24th, 1979, I was 7 years old and had a nightmare about a plane crashing. We were visiting relatives and our connection was in Chicago's O'Hare International airport on May 25th. We arrived at the terminal about 2PM and were waiting for a layover flight. I loved looking at the planes out the window as they made their take off runs down the runway. The bigger the plane, the better.

At about 3PM that day, American Airlines Flight 191 started its take off. As I watched it roll down the runway, I saw one of its engines separate and flip up over the wing, landing on the runway. They couldn't stop the plane, apparently, and it lifted off, but I saw it turn into a flat, horizontal position before I lost sight of it. I ran over to another section of windows in time to see the smoke and fire from the crash.

To this day, it remains the single deadliest airplane crash in American history, with 273 fatalities.

That a scary enough coincidence for you? As a side note, we were all so freaked out about it my dad rented a car and we drove back.


I knew 3 people on that flight and it changed me forever.


I am truly sorry for your loss, CalifCat.

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Posted 6/7/15 , edited 6/7/15
Whenever i look at the clock it's 13.37...

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Posted 6/7/15

streamhopper wrote:


CalifCat wrote:


streamhopper wrote:

The night of May 24th, 1979, I was 7 years old and had a nightmare about a plane crashing. We were visiting relatives and our connection was in Chicago's O'Hare International airport on May 25th. We arrived at the terminal about 2PM and were waiting for a layover flight. I loved looking at the planes out the window as they made their take off runs down the runway. The bigger the plane, the better.

At about 3PM that day, American Airlines Flight 191 started its take off. As I watched it roll down the runway, I saw one of its engines separate and flip up over the wing, landing on the runway. They couldn't stop the plane, apparently, and it lifted off, but I saw it turn into a flat, horizontal position before I lost sight of it. I ran over to another section of windows in time to see the smoke and fire from the crash.

To this day, it remains the single deadliest airplane crash in American history, with 273 fatalities.

That a scary enough coincidence for you? As a side note, we were all so freaked out about it my dad rented a car and we drove back.


I knew 3 people on that flight and it changed me forever.


I am truly sorry for your loss, CalifCat.



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Posted 6/19/15 , edited 6/19/15
Over a period of multiple days, my dad and my sister kept getting the "name" coke cans that were very relevant to them and my dad also got a couple other coincidences.

We were on vacation.

one day, in NYC, when we were out, we went to a hotdog truck, I got a bottle of coke.

the name on the coke said "Robert", which happens to be my father's name.

A day later, when me, my sister, and my father, were on our way to get to the airport, my dad found a price sticker that said $19.66 in a taxicab, which happens to be his birth year.

later on, when we were on the plane, the person in front my dad's seat on the airplane got a Coke and so did my sister. The Coke the person in front of my dad got said "Dad", while the one my sister got said "Sis".

The heckity heck even happened. I'm not sure whether to qualify this as "spooky" or just amusing in a weird way.
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Posted 6/19/15
well, not spooky, but scary as hell. was driving back on the tail end of a 4 day, 16 hours drive and was about to pass out and faint on the damn road, to make things worse, there was no shoulder.
about the scariest thing ive ever epxerenced. had a car full of people to boot.
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