Funny old thing that brain of mine

Sometimes my brain gets a little confused, if I overload it with too much information it starts mixing things up. Sometimes I can’t quite remember whether something actually happened or whether it was a dream, luckily this only happens very rarely. Every now and then people get a bit muddled up.

Last week at work a colleague of mine that I get on with really well mentioned that he doesn’t like chocolate, now this is weird enough in itself but I somehow thought that he loved chocolate and that we had a conversation about it the other day how he really enjoys eating his chocolate bars. As he was pretty sure about the fact that he doesn’t like it, I just blamed it on baby brain.

But this morning it suddenly clicked, somehow my brain had confused my colleague with a person whose blog I follow (memyselfandkids.wordpress.com – you should check it out, it’s pretty awesome!), I’m not quite sure how it happened and why, but it was weird.

Anyone ever had something similar happen?

 

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6 Replies to “Funny old thing that brain of mine”

  1. Wow, I am touched and I DO LOVE CHOCOLATE. That is one weird colleague you have. The colleague must have some good qualities as you said you get along with him/her but I would still be a little wary.

    1. It is a little worrying when someone doesn’t like chocolate! Apart from that he is pretty cool. It’s my brain we should really be worrying about really 🙂

      1. Yes, I’m sorry I lose focus when chocolate is involved. I am sorry your brain is malfunctioning. Hey, why not try chocolate? Okay, I’m getting carried away. More sleep is probably a better answer. Good luck.

  2. Oh my word, that happens to me. When I was 8, I had a dream that a fellow came to our school to demonstrate a functional rocket-pack (a la The Rocketeer), and I was convinced it actually happened until I was 16 and realized it was impossible. I still have to rack my brain on a semi-regular basis to remember if such-and-such actually occurred, or if I just dreamed/daydreamed it.

    I’m glad it’s not just me!

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