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    Interesting questions.

    Animals feel emotions for sure. Sense of humour? No idea.

    Music.. It is widely known to those very close to me that I do not have the "music appreciation" gene. I can enjoy a song yeah. But I don't get the full emotional joyride others seem to get. Most of the time it just annoys me. Mysophonia rings very true to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DesperatelySeekingSleep View Post
    Interesting questions.

    Animals feel emotions for sure. Sense of humour? No idea.

    Music.. It is widely known to those very close to me that I do not have the "music appreciation" gene. I can enjoy a song yeah. But I don't get the full emotional joyride others seem to get. Most of the time it just annoys me. Mysophonia rings very true to me.
    You mustn't be listening to the right music then :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by harvs View Post
    You mustn't be listening to the right music then :-)
    I have listened to lots. my brother is musical and we all played instruments growing up (I learned that double tier organ) and it's all the same. To me it is anyway. Some worse than others though. I can enjoy some music in the moment but the emotional journey just doesnt happen. And if it is sightly loud then it just make me grumpy. It's something that has always stood out for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DesperatelySeekingSleep View Post
    I have listened to lots. my brother is musical and we all played instruments growing up (I learned that double tier organ) and it's all the same. To me it is anyway. Some worse than others though. I can enjoy some music in the moment but the emotional journey just doesnt happen. And if it is sightly loud then it just make me grumpy. It's something that has always stood out for me.
    Wow. This is a totally foreign concept to me. Well I am jealous of all the money you must save on tipsy iTunes downloads just so you can listen to 'Lady' at 2am on a Saturday :-)

    Now I'm wondering who invented the icons for play, ff, rewind etc. what a legacy.

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    This might answer at least 2 of your questions

    http://www.newscientist.com/article/...l#.VXrtyckZ7qA

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    I can answer another one... I read recently that rainbow ice cream is actually caramel flavoured ice cream they made look pretty with lots of different colours.

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    What do other people think about as they fall asleep? Dh swears he doesn't think about anything but if that's true what is his mind doing? Are there really people who can not be thinking about something?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BettyV View Post
    What do other people think about as they fall asleep? Dh swears he doesn't think about anything but if that's true what is his mind doing? Are there really people who can not be thinking about something?
    I am usually thinking "go to sleep go to sleep go to sleep" or running through my head something from say ten years ago that may have upset me one day and needs to replay over and over on my mind when I am relaxed and happy ha!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BettyV View Post
    What do other people think about as they fall asleep? Dh swears he doesn't think about anything but if that's true what is his mind doing? Are there really people who can not be thinking about something?
    I'm usually thinking "omg, this mattress feels like heaven under m.......zzzzzzzzzzzz"

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    Quote Originally Posted by CakeyMumma View Post
    I am usually thinking "go to sleep go to sleep go to sleep" or running through my head something from say ten years ago that may have upset me one day and needs to replay over and over on my mind when I am relaxed and happy ha!
    This is exactly me!

    My DH often thinks about nothing. I think he has achieved a perfect state of Zen

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