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Can blind people see dreams?
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Posted 12/19/15

qualeshia3 wrote:


saksiss wrote:

Can deaf people hear the voices in their head?


Never thought of it that way-wait! Are you being mean or serious?


Who knows? >: )
Posted 12/19/15

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But, what if she is a master baiter?

I guess she could just be a helping hand for a master baiter. A master baiting assistant, if you will.

Maybe she is a Pokemon master?
Posted 12/19/15

qualeshia3 wrote:


KarenAraragi wrote:



qualeshia3 wrote:




My Turn:

Oh, I see. Are you done now?


Are you mad?



No. It's just getting weird.

And your not even answering the question.


I was serious. The internet did those things. I meant people of the internet.
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My Turn:

I'm not baiting. Whatever the hell that means.
I have no idea... i'm just saying that he probably wouldn't be able to resist your charms if you were a master baiter.



My Turn:

Oh okay.
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OK what did I say that was wrong?
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KarenAraragi wrote:
Maybe she is a Pokemon master?


I could see her master baiting her Jigglypuff with a Baltoy, Beedrill, or Diglett. Anything to keep from being mistaken for a Ho-Oh. You know what I mean?
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While we're on the subject, don't forget to spank your Mankey every once in a while, just to prevent behavioral issues. Not too much, though.
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KarenAraragi wrote:

OK what did I say that was wrong?


Nothing.
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Seriously? Solid gold, completely unappreciated ^
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This article might interest you. It seems that people who are blind from birth experience more touch, taste, and hearing sensations than those with later onset blindness or none at all. They also experienced 18-19% more nightmares than the other groups.

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This article might interest you. It seems that people who are blind from birth experience more touch, taste, and hearing sensations than those with later onset blindness or none at all. They also experienced 18-19% more nightmares than the other groups.




Thanks for the article.
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ayaundwolf wrote:

This article might interest you. It seems that people who are blind from birth experience more touch, taste, and hearing sensations than those with later onset blindness or none at all. They also experienced 18-19% more nightmares than the other groups.



That's rather interesting. I know that those whose are born blind are able to rewire the portion of the brain associated with sight, to increase their other senses, but who would have figured that would also translate significantly into the corresponding senses in the dream world, fascinating!
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ayaundwolf wrote:

This article might interest you. It seems that people who are blind from birth experience more touch, taste, and hearing sensations than those with later onset blindness or none at all. They also experienced 18-19% more nightmares than the other groups.



That's rather interesting. I know that those whose are born blind are able to rewire the portion of the brain associated with sight, to increase their other senses, but who would have figured that would also translate significantly into the corresponding senses in the dream world, fascinating!


Agreed! They must be interesting dreams. I don't recall ever having smelled or tasted something in a dream. Sight and sound dominates for those of us with vision, I imagine.
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