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Déjà Vu and Its Variants

In by Chris on August 26, 2010 at 12:33 am

Déjà vu – The crossing of brain wires making you think that what you are experiencing is coming from memory rather than your senses.

Réjà vu – The feeling that this’ll happen again.

Déjà vu, once removed – The feeling that an event you’re remembering had happened before.

Flambé vu – Déjà vu experienced at Benihana’s.

Kúng vu – Every Jackie Chan movie.

Debbie Sue – That girl you liked in fifth grade.

Déjà vuvuzuela – A blaring case of déjà vu.

Súckà vu – Someone predisposed to déjà vu.

Déjà non-vu – The feeling of not remembering having experienced this.

Non-déjà non-vu – The not-feeling of not remembering anything.

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  1. haha this is sick, i have def experienced deja non-vu but i think deja vuvuzela is the best

  2. this is so fun! debbie sue is my fav.

  3. b aaaaaaaaaaa ahahahaha

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