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narabean:

Blue nocturnalby neshad
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I’ve been coming to this stream a lot just to think
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methylbenzene:

when i was little and my parents were driving id pretend there was a man/being/thing running alongside the car who had to follow certain rules like “he can only travel by jumping from streetlight to streetlight” or “he can only walk on fences”
i was so surprised to find out that other people did similar things

i wonder what the underlying psychology behind it is
like its a really specific thing to do but almost everyone did it without telling other kids about it because we all thought it was probably weird or unimportant

i really hope that a psychologist sees this and will post the physiological reason why 99.9% of kids do this

My imaginary runner did not look this terrifying.

I didn’t have an imaginary runner, but I did feel a compulsion to blink between passing street posts. I’m almost 22 and still do it.

Mine was usually a cat or fox
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