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This might sound familiar to you.

You're just going about your daily business, relatively sure of what you're doing for at least just that moment in time, even if the rest of your life is in utter disarray.

Maybe you're at work doing routine things, or washing the dishes, or out shopping...

... and then BANG!!!! All of a sudden everything suddenly stops making sense!

All the sense is gone!!! No more sense-making anywhere!

Argh, Acute Sense Deficit Syndrome.
TheTardyDodo TheTardyDodo
31-35, M
7 Responses Aug 13, 2007

And here I thought i was all alone... ahh it finally makes since... sense... sinse...senis... what were we talking about?

I was driving, and I came to a 4-way intersection out in the country, that I had been through (in all four directions, no less) probably at least a hundred times before. When I pulled up to the stop, I could not recognize where I was. I did not recognize anything. so I just drove forward, and eventually an obvious landmark popped up.<br />
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Well, I attribute it to the monotonous landscape I find myself in. Where I come from, you can always tell where you are by using a mountain as a landmark.<br />
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Or, it's just Alzheimer's nipping at my heels. Luckily, it hasn't happened again...that was a wierd minute, there.

I think you all do too much thinking ;-)

Tell me again about these brief moments when you're engaged in routine activiites and things make sense. That sounds really neat. Several years ago I was struck by PCS (Preposterous Cosmos Syndrome). Since that time I have been unable to differentiate the sublime from the ridiculous, the inspired from the patently loopy, Milwaukee chicken fingers from Tazmanian beaver Cceese. Consequently, PCS has immunized me from ASDS.

Dr. DoDo, <br />
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I write to inquire about this 'condition' of you describe. You see for me, nothing ever makes sense. That is the state I live in regularly. With that said, I must tell you when the "BANG!" happens ... this is when I have a MOMENT of clarity. Could I be suffering from dyslexic ASDA a/k/a ADSA?<br />
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Thank you in advance for your time and consideration in this matter.

Yeah!<br />
I usually get it when I'm out with friends or something. I laugh. And drink. And am happy. And then.<br />
Suddenly.<br />
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BANG.<br />

infact just a few hours ago I was .. <br />
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BANG !!! <br />
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and then it all started to fall apart and then..<br />
<br />
BANG !!!<br />
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Arghhh ASDS ....