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Gap In Time

Have you ever been doing something like walking, or driving, anything really, and you suddenly realize you don't remember the last few minutes?

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17-Aug-17 11:01ambill
Kinda, nothing so dramatic. If I think about it, I usually don't remember much about the last few minutes.
17-Aug-17 12:23pmEnheduanna Survey Central Subscriber
Yes. This is common with habitual activities. Habit allows your brain to focus on other things and not notice the habitual thing you're doing.
17-Aug-17 1:05pmdab
Especially disconcerting when driving.
17-Aug-17 3:25pmcerealkiller
Sometimes, mostly while driving
17-Aug-17 3:25pmJessicaRose
Right now I cannot remember
17-Aug-17 3:57pmLysannus
I was driving some friends home after our senior class trip (yes we had cars back then). I remembering dropping the first one off, then the next thing I knew I was pulling in my driveway. Don't remember dropping the other 2 off, but apparently I did.
17-Aug-17 6:20pmjettles Survey Central Subscriber
Both walking and driving
18-Aug-17 7:09amCarlHalling
I have no recollection of this, although I did collapse in a restaurant back in the early 1990s: it was alcohol-related and I have little recollection of what happened, apart from feeling like death, getting up, and collapsing.
18-Aug-17 4:18pmBiggles Bronze Star Survey Creator
Yes, I often get lost in my thoughts and suddenly come to much further along my way than I expected. I've even walked past my house before.
18-Aug-17 4:20pmFordGuy
I have an hour drive to and from work. I'll be driving along listening to the radio, and can get 25 miles down the road, and when I think about those last 25 miles, I can't remember a damn thing... even though I drove them.
18-Aug-17 7:16pmLindaH Bronze Star Survey Creator
Yes. It's funny when you forget to get off the freakin bus.

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