Glitch In The Matrix Stories #33
I Think I Just Played Against Myself In Tetris
There’s a site on the internet in which you can play Tetris 1v1, called Tetris Friends. My name on the site is IWantToTellYou, but when I’m playing it doesn’t display full name, so I can see just IWantT…
So the thing is, I’m playing and I start a new game and I see my enemy has the username IWantT… and I can’t see the rest. The user also has the same icon as I do, then I think it’s a coincidence.
So I just play, but I notice that my enemy isn’t playing and he’s just letting the blocks fall down as if he was AFK, and I just beat him in 15 seconds, and move on. I was just rushing like usually so I didn’t pay attention to his username in after-game screen. The next game I open, I’m playing vs. the exact same user, but this time he’s getting the same blocks I did the last game and he does the same moves I did.
I fucking froze, got so scared I couldn’t move. He beat me in the exact same way I beat him the last time. The games were identical. I stuck around in the after game screen and saw that the username was in fact IWantToTellYou just like mine. I clicked on the username and it brought me to my profile. WHAT THE FUCK JUST HAPPENED.
As I’m writing this down I’m shaking as fuck, I’m still fucking disturbed.
Credits to: TheresAPlace
I Saw Myself On Omegle
It was weird. It looked exactly like me except I was wearing a shirt and sitting up, and the other me was naked and laying on his side. I was thinking it might have been a recording from another time- but I have a beard that I’ve never had before, and so did the other me.
I only saw it for a second before the cam re-rolled. I don’t get on Omegle often cause it’s usually just other dudes wanking but I decided to try my luck at finding a random hot chick one more time. Google says the last time I visited the page was May 2015. It was freaky.
Credits to: 19Kyle94
Ended Up On Opposite Side Of Fence After Sledding Into It
This has always been the weirdest thing I can remember.
When I was a tween, my brother and I would visit these family friends who had daughters our age. They lived on the edge of a modest hill facing a running track surrounded by a regular chest-high chain link fence. We would play around this area whenever we visited since it was open and hardly anyone was around but joggers.
In the winter we could easily sled tubes down to where the fence began. The hill was never so steep that we would ever crash into the fence even at its highest point, especially since there was plenty of flat space to slow down on.
However, I remember a single occasion where I picked up enough speed to make it all the way to the very bottom of the hill. I was worried I would impact the chain-link very hard, and though I was bundled in a heavy coat and snowpants I squeezed my eyes shut to prepare for what I thought would be the inevitable crash. When it never came I waited to stop moving and eventually opened my eyes.
I was on the running track behind the fence, about 20 feet from where it began. My brother and our friends were at the top of the hill about to descend, not really paying attention to me. I had to climb over the fence in my bulky winter gear to get back to them, as there was no gate on the side we were playing against. The others didn’t seem to notice what had happened but I have always been concerned with how I didn’t crash out and seemed to teleport or phase through the fence to safety.
For a while I thought I had picked up enough speed and somehow managed to slide underneath the fence. I do not think that would have been possible as it had freshly snowed a few inches, compacting the bottom of the fence and making it impossible to move easily. Plus, I imagine the chain at the bottom would have scratched me in a way I would have been able to notice. But again, I simply came to a halt as if the fence had never been there. I have no reasonable explanation for how this happened.
Credits to: vailarian
My Reflection Was Looking The Other Way
I have had a couple of of odd things happen, though none of them close together.
One that springs to mind happened about a year ago. I was in a restaurant with my husband and kids, and there was a big mirror on the wall opposite me. When I looked at myself in the mirror, my reflection was not looking back at me, then a moment later, it was. In the mirror, it was as if there was a time lag, and my reflection hadn’t quite caught up. It totally unnerved me.
A moment later it was back to normal, but I can still picture the image of my own eyes looking sideways instead of straight back at me. Like looking at a photo instead of a reflection. I could understand if my brain was the one taking time to catch up, with nerve impulses transmission and a kind of processing delay, but is it possible for my brain to actually beat reality, and see it before it happened?
I did not say anything to my husband at the time, as I was freaked out, just kept kept looking away and then back, to see if it happened again. I wondered if it may be something to do with the properties of light/reflection/refraction playing tricks on my eyes, but it was definitely weird. The mirror was totally flat by the way, not beveled or decorated in any way.
Credits to: mellybigbelly