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You see sounds.
It's called "Synesthesia". I used to have it when I was younger, and I made it as part of my crappy major assignment when I was in university. I still remember the look on one of their faces when I was describing what I would see. If they were allowed, I'm sure they would've both given me the side-eye when I was presenting it. It's actually one of the reasons I studied video/media.
 

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It's called "Synesthesia". I used to have it when I was younger, and I made it as part of my crappy major assignment when I was in university. I still remember the look on one of their faces when I was describing what I would see. If they were allowed, I'm sure they would've both given me the side-eye when I was presenting it. It's actually one of the reasons I studied video/media.
Amazing, thanks a bunch!

I once asked a South African librarian, through a letter message of sorts,

"What does a thought taste like?" :)

For the record, I got this searching for the meaning of "synesthesia",

Synesthesia is when your brain routes sensory information through multiple unrelated senses, causing you to experience more than one sense simultaneously.

Some examples include tasting words or linking colors to numbers and letters.

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So it means that some are actually heartless if some are not participating in "Palestinians being martyred" threads.

Little do these judgemental people know that some actually wish to have been already buried, and that God Is Absolutely Independent, Never Unjust.

Narrated Abu Huraira: The Prophet said, "The Hour will not be established till a man passes by a grave of somebody and says, 'Would that I were in his place. ' "
 
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Following one's base desires is stupidity, causing one to be exempted from the sweetness of knowledge.

What is the internet if not our own inner selves and what we love, which is peacefulness, communication and contemplation?
 
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