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    Just 15 Shower Thoughts That Broke My Brain Today

    "Every broken clock is telling us when it passed away."

    You know how you always happen to have your best ideas or wildest realizations while in the shower? Weird, right?


    Well, maybe it's not so weird after all! There's an entire subreddit called r/Showerthoughts that's filled with people's wild realizations. Here are some of my favorite:

    1. "Inside the mind of every person that knows you is a uniquely different version of yourself."


    2. "Every hollow chocolate bunny is carrying a pocket of air from somewhere else in the world."


    3. "Water is really what a rainbow tastes like."


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    4. "You can remember that you forgot something, but you can't remember what you forgot."


    5. "Some stranger somewhere still remembers you because you were kind to them when no one else was."


    6. "Graveyards are probably the least likely place to be haunted because, realistically, none of the people buried died there."


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    7. "If you eat something with a cheese filling, you become the thing with a cheese filling."


    8. "There is a chance you could have used the same utensil twice at a restaurant at different times."


    9. "Birds probably do more people watching than people do bird watching."


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    10. "There are more numbers than there are things to count."


    11. "Every broken clock is telling us when it passed away."


    12. "Water is never truly yours — it's just your turn to drink it."


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    13. "The syllables in 'On your mark, get set, go' are a countdown."


    14. "If magic was real, it would just be a branch of science."


    15. Finally: "Everyone you meet has poo in them."


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    Check out r/Showerthoughts for more mind-blowing insights!

    Note: Submissions have been edited for length and/or clarity. 

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