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Some people can’t hear their own thoughts and it’s driving social media crazy

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You know that inner monologue you have running through your head? The voice that compiles sentences without you having to open your mouth?

Or maybe you don't.

Apparently, not everyone has the ability to hear their own thoughts - and the internet is arguing about it.

Aloud.

The debate has mushroomed following a viral tweet from @KylePlantEmoji.

It reads:

"Fun fact: some people have an internal narrative and some don't.

As in, some people's thoughts are like sentences they 'hear', and some people just have abstract non-verbal thoughts, and have to consciously verbalize them.

And most people aren't aware of the other type of person."

Weird, huh?

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One user replied: "all of a sudden i forgot how to think".

Another commented: "Wait so some people don't have to suffer through the voice in their head going on a constant monologue?? Is that what it means to achieve inner peace??"

Some people claimed to be both types of person Kyle was describing, but the original poster refuted that theory.

So, this begs the question: Which one are you?

 

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