Déjà Vu

Déjà vu is the feeling that you already experienced what’s currently happening. It’s French for “already seen” but it’s not an actual French expression. It just sounds fancier in French I guess. Studies have shown that about two thirds of the population have experienced déjà vu before. That makes it a pretty common phenomenon. It’s a weird sensation. It feels like a mundane event in a dream becoming reality. You take a step back and realize that you’ve done all this before. You feel like you already had this conversation. You feel like the scene unfolding in front of you has happened before.

There are a lot of theories as to what causes déjà vu. Some people think it’s a form of precognition. Some people think it’s delayed signals in your brain. Some people think it’s proof of parallel universes or a glitch in the matrix. I prefer to think of it as one of those mini miracles of life that I never want to have explained. Everybody loves a good mystery. I prefer it to remain unsolved. It’s more fun that way.

 Déjà vu is the feeling that you already experienced what’s currently happening. It’s French for “already seen” but it’s not an actual French expression. It just sounds fancier in French I guess. Studies have shown that about two thirds of the population have experienced déjà vu before. That makes it a pretty common phenomenon. It’s a weird sensation. It feels like a mundane event in a dream becoming reality. You take a step back and realize that you’ve done all this before. You feel like you already had this conversation. You feel like the scene unfolding in front of you has happened before.

Critically Rated at 15/17

Written, Rated, and Reviewed by Brendan H. Young

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