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    Would that be soap that you use but don't eat? Or soap that you eat but don't use as soap? I've used soap with oatmeal in it. Chocolate sounds nicer.

    I may have had one of those olfactory hallucinations once, just as I was picking myself up off the sidewalk after falling. It was very strange but the smells were unpleasant.
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    I'm planning on using it when I shower. I hope it smells good when I take it out of the plastic.


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    My boyfriend got hit by a forklift at work... Got a concussion and bleeding on the brain. He smelled wood smoke when there was no fire. The brain does some weird things sometimes.

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    It was so strong it woke me up. I stayed in bed about 30 minutes, silently cursing my DH for brewing coffee in the middle of the night, knowing full well he doesn't know how to even brew coffee, finally got up to walk outside tom see if their was an environmental cause like a chemical spill on the RR tracks, returned to bed and thr hallucination receded quickly. Was suspicious it was MS but wanted to check out all other options...

    In the morning I checked the trash to see if there was a coffee filter in it-- nope. As one last hurrah I asked DH if he had gotten up at 2 a.m. To brew coffee-- nope.


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    I wouldn't mind the smell of coffee in the morning.

    Confession: For the last year I have occasionaly been woken
    up from morning twilight sleep by sound that did not happen.
    A phone ring, someone saying my name. As long as it doesn't
    become more frequent i won't be concerned.

    I've a few verifiable out of body experiences over 35 years- yeah, I'm nuts-
    at the same time of day so I'll just watch it.

    Bacon and pancakes with my coffee, please.
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    I have discovered recently that I am dreaming and wake up thinking I need to shut the alarm, answer my husband's question etc. it is all very real at the time .
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    I've also smelled coffee when none is present.

    I don't even drink coffee, although fortunately, I enjoy the smell.

    I'm grateful it wasn't a foul fake odor!

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    Quote Originally Posted by renee View Post
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    Confession: For the last year I have occasionaly been woken
    up from morning twilight sleep by sound that did not happen.
    A phone ring, someone saying my name. As long as it doesn't
    become more frequent i won't be concerned.
    ME TOO!! I'll hear pounding on my door or someone calling my name.
    I'll say What!!! or Who is it!! Nobody...notta nuttin!!
    Zat you Renee?
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    Occasionally I hear a small explosion. It happens both when I'm asleep or awake. Weird.

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    I get that too! All along I thought it might be one of those earthquakes we supposedly are having all the time.
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