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Has this ever happened to you? What does it mean?

Asked by Adina1968 (2752points) January 19th, 2009

Over the past several weeks when I have looked at the clock the numbers have all been the same, for instance 11:11pm. This has been happening COUNTLESS times to the point where it is starting to creep me out and I am not usually superstious. Do you think this means anything???

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dlm812's avatar

Actually, noticing these times, and making a wish, is supposed to be good luck. Next time it happens, just make a wish before it changes and then go back to whatever you were doing before! :)

tekn0lust's avatar

It’s called a coincidence. No it does not mean anything other than the time displayed.

You may now consider yourself extremely superstitious.

cage's avatar

Have you been walking around your house looking at different clocks and looking at your wrist watch?
If so, that’s normal. It means all your clocks are in synch and that time hasn’t changed since you looked at the last clock.


gailcalled's avatar

Either you’ll win the lottery or slip on the ice and sprain your ankle.

mea05key's avatar

i ve been thru times like that. A few times i woke up precisely 12. thats probably due to the biological clock in me.

a_love_supreme's avatar

A friend of mine used to always look at a clock when it read 1:11, 2:22, 3:33, etc…naturally, it gave her a considerable bout of the heebie-jeebies but I think that it’s coincidence. As dlm812 said, make sure you make a wish. (:

cheebdragon's avatar

Didn’t someone just ask this question? Or am I having déjà vu?

qualitycontrol's avatar

Be careful, you could be in the the Twilight Zone!

cheebdragon's avatar

Oh god, I don’t have to watch twilight again do I? Ohh you said twilight zone…my bad. lol.

steve6's avatar

It’s 10:10 am. Does that count?

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