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    [–] How Blessed are we to call this place home Onepaperhat 2 points ago in melbourne

    Hey same! I've had living in Melbourne on my list for a while and finally doing it in January.

    [–] It is insane when you think about how many times you trust strangers day to day. Onepaperhat 1 points ago in CasualConversation

    As someone who enjoys going to libraries for the peace and gentle vibes, thank you for being a trusty librarian!

    [–] It is insane when you think about how many times you trust strangers day to day. Onepaperhat 1 points ago in CasualConversation

    I genuinely like the sound of this. If you're not usually a book reader and still enjoyed it, it must be pretty damn readable.

    [–] It is insane when you think about how many times you trust strangers day to day. Onepaperhat 2 points ago in CasualConversation

    I laughed. Reminds me of this one time I was with a friend at SeaWorld. She was eating a cinnamon donut when she fell flat on her face and her donut rolled across the ground in front of her and she yelled "MY DONUT!!" She didn't care about her cut knee, she just wanted her donut, man.

    [–] It is insane when you think about how many times you trust strangers day to day. Onepaperhat 7 points ago in CasualConversation

    Woah. Dude all of that is crazy! The fact that we both had to be at the right place at the right time blows my mind. Hats off to the universe, but I totally know where you're coming from with the long distance thing. It's tough, man. And yeah, when you can find a lesser known bar where everyone gets along, it's the best.

    [–] It is insane when you think about how many times you trust strangers day to day. Onepaperhat 20 points ago in CasualConversation

    Very genuine comment, I like this. Nicely said. The same can be said about travelling and people fearing the unknown. You will miss out on some of the greatest experiences if you live your whole life in fear.

    Happy cake day by the way!

    [–] It is insane when you think about how many times you trust strangers day to day. Onepaperhat 16 points ago * (lasted edited 2 months ago) in CasualConversation

    Someone may be there at 10pm when you're there but you leave at 12am, someone else may come in who may impact your life. Idk... It's weird.

    I met a girl at a bar that we both went to last minute. It was kinda late at night on a weekday, so my choices were to either go to bed or throw on some clothes and go out. I was so close to not going, but then I also didn't feel like sleeping. Mind made. She was at the bar alone when I walked in, sitting away from the crowds. It was one of those places where a lot of people just joined in on any conversations that were being had, so I was doing the rounds, just joining in and enjoying myself, when I passed her. We both made some humorous comment which got us talking. We managed to spark a conversation and I found out she was visiting from New Zealand (I'm Australian,) and that she initially wasn't going to go out for the night but couldn't sleep. We ended up going to a pizza restaurant instead and talked for hours about everything and anything. After that day we would talk for hours every day. She made me laugh constantly, and it was hard not to fall in love with her. Probably the best girl i've ever met. And I wouldn't have met her if I was a lazy ass and surrendered to sleep.

    [–] It is insane when you think about how many times you trust strangers day to day. Onepaperhat 178 points ago in CasualConversation

    a thin yellow line on the ground is all that's separating us from horrible death

    Well shit, when you put it like that. This reminds me of the animaniac's drive-in episode where she yells STAY ON YOUR SIDE.

    Animaniacs Drive-Insane

    [–] What's normal in your country but weird in the rest of the world? Onepaperhat 3 points ago in AskReddit

    Buttering a piece of bread, covering it with sprinkles and calling it fairy bread.

    [–] Alice in Wonderland Exhibition @ ACMI Onepaperhat 1 points ago in melbourne

    Yeah after the card making room, and your key will actually go into a lock which is pretty cool! It'll be in a wooden chest with a padlock so look out for one of those.

    [–] I feel like I am holding in a years worth of a break down. Onepaperhat 1 points ago in offmychest

    Yeah, I 100% hear that. It's good advice. I think I keep holding onto it because it shook me up real bad, and others were involved. That's probably what hurts the most. I hurt someone, and potentially more than them, that I didn't mean to hurt. (Not physically, but it was still awful.) It's always said and done but it's a complicated story that involved connections, lies and secrets. So I know that something I feel is a whole lot of guilt and regret. And that if only things were different.

    [–] Alice in Wonderland Exhibition @ ACMI Onepaperhat 1 points ago in melbourne

    Take your key to the front desk and they'll tell you to look for a place inside the exhibition with a lock.

    I don't want to spoil anything just in case you want to have the fun of not knowing, but just know that the place with the lock is towards the end of the exhibition. I spent ages looking around everywhere before I realised it wasn't secretly hidden somewhere in the rooms. When you finally find it, you'll be able to get your prizes. There is a last clue but it's a pretty obvious one and it's another free prize.

    [–] Alice in Wonderland Exhibition @ ACMI Onepaperhat 1 points ago in melbourne

    I'm glad they let us keep the key! It's a cool momento to keep together with the letter. Such a clever exhibition, it's fun to be able to 'continue the adventure' even after you have left the building.

    [–] Alice in Wonderland Exhibition @ ACMI Onepaperhat 2 points ago in melbourne

    I went back with my key last Saturday. They said that over 100,000 people had gone to the exhibition, 100 had solved the riddle and only 25 keys were sent out! I was so surprised and so excited. Did you also get free tea and a choice of the prize out of the catalogue book or a container of tea? Which did you choose?

    [–] What is the creepiest “glitch in the matrix” you’ve experienced? Onepaperhat 1 points ago in AskReddit

    Maybe not a glitch but super confusing.

    So I usually set my phone's alarm to 8:30am on the days that I don't have uni. One night last year I went to bed, set my alarm for 8:30 for the next morning and went to sleep. I then woke up to my alarm ringing but I was still half asleep. You know that stupid thing your brain does where it can clearly hear a noise while you're sleeping but it pushes it aside into the background? This happened, so when I finally realized it was my alarm and turned it off it was 8:32am. I sat up in bed, stretched a little, probably rubbed my eyes. And then the dogs barked and... I woke up to my alarm. I thought to myself I must have fallen back asleep and slept in really late. I was thinking it was now going to be 12pm. Completely confused, I went to turn off my alarm.

    8:32am.

    It was 8:32am when I turned off my alarm for the supposedly second time. My battery was on 32% at that exact moment too so I took a screenshot. I just sat up in bed for a long time feeling weird and off about it. Later that night I was retelling the story to my brother and his girlfriend, showed them the screenshot and everything. And the moment I was done telling the story, I looked down at my phone I was holding and it was 8:32pm. Wtf! If I hadn't really woken up the first time, it sure as hell felt incredibly realistic. And if I'd dreamed that I would wake up at 8:32am and did, that's still kinda crazy.

    TL;DR I woke up to my alarm at 8:32am and then woke up again to the same alarm at 8:32am. The same numbers kept appearing that day.