It's that instinctual anti-kidnap training
@WelI Obviously, well...obviously. but jokes aside yup, its taught in SERE skool
@WelI Obviously, I knew when the car flipped
The stop signs, the turns....
When I was out... I was out. What kind of psychopath does this?
@MMSieBreeze, I would wake up on the last turn to my house.
I got Lasik surgery last year, the place that did it is about an hour and a half away from my house. Shine my wife drive home the doctor told me to rest, sleep of I can, keep my eyes closed as much as possible. So I fell asleep. I woke up when we got home and had A&W cheese curds waiting for me. Apparently she stopped to get gas at a station with an A&W in it and I asked for cheese curds. I showed no signs of actually being awake and she thought it was hilarious but drop got me the cheese curds. Good day.
I still have this power. I can sleep at work and know where I am.
Not in the car, but I did on the bus
I still do that when I’m driving
Is that supposed to be a question?
I still do this in my 40’s.
Nope, being in motion makes it extremely difficult for me to sleep.
Even when I'd go to my dads when he got custody, a 4 hour drive, I'd be awake the whole time. Been that way since I was 5 or 6.
Now, being awake and knowing where I'm at by the way the car turns... Only when we got to the cities, otherwise it was open intwrstae and I was focused on my gameboy, struggling to play by streetlight.
No I’m terrible with directions always have been
im way too stupid, never knew where i was with my eyes open
Does anyone else feel offended when someone writes a phrase as a question but ends the sentence with a period.
See I took it a step further and now I can drive while sleeping
... and you realize they drove you to that one house that threw that crazy party you told your parents you never went to.