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Why does fun times go faster than boring times?
Bernards Watch
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05-17-2018 05:17 PM

 



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Why does fun times go faster than boring times?
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Ok so i saw that thread about time and reading through the replies and a question came to my head, Time goes faster when your having fun ,way way more faster than boring times and bad times.
But why does our brains recognise this? i find it most unfair and it should be the other way round
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05-17-2018 05:37 PM

 



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RE: Why does fun times go faster than boring times?
This universe is a prison and is designed to maximize human suffering.
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RE: Why does fun times go faster than boring times?
Bernards Watch  Wrote: (05-17-2018 05:17 PM)
Ok so i saw that thread about time and reading through the replies and a question came to my head, Time goes faster when your having fun ,way way more faster than boring times and bad times.
But why does our brains recognise this? i find it most unfair and it should be the other way round

youth is also wasted on the young...
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Eustace Muffins
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RE: Why does fun times go faster than boring times?
Bernards Watch  Wrote: (05-17-2018 05:17 PM)
Ok so i saw that thread about time and reading through the replies and a question came to my head, Time goes faster when your having fun ,way way more faster than boring times and bad times.
But why does our brains recognise this? i find it most unfair and it should be the other way round

Stupid question.

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