only sub 50 iq gremlins dont have one
you are the main character whilst we are all npcs
my friend just told me this a couple days ago and it makes so much sense lol
don't be dumb, it is not a simulation, it just a cognitive/personality disorder among these people
wtf u talk to urself
I dont really understand this. If you don't have an internal monologue then how do you think ?
They are actually main characters of this simulation and we all are npcs. Because there is always more npcs than main characters. So cope.
The other week i learned its not normal to have tv static in your vision. It's called snow vision, and its a neurological condition. I thought it was normal cause i had it all my life.
people who got vaxxed fall into this category
my inner voice is blasting zaagkicks inside my head, i like it
yea ofcourse deaf people exist. you thought they had an inner monologue?
also it does seem like a superpower to have no inner monologue. my head is always filled with words sometimes it gets annoying.
yea I be talking to myself. I got shit to say
Yeah I heard about this a while back and it's really weird to think about people not having inner monologue
Indeed it’s very bizarre to think about. How do these people function?
my inner monologue always plays some song unless i actually gotta think
op should be "today i saw on 4chan a ss of a headline that said this"
Is that just not really normal? I stand in the shower and recall conversations i bring up in my head again. is it just empty in ur heads or wtf
my inner voice is just "door stuck" on repeat
Broo i remember my teacher telling me im unstable cuz i can hear my thoughts inside of my head
Same with imagining things, people can read books and never make up how the main character looks like because they cant make pictures in their head.
Wonder how memories work for them?
I once read a reddit post about this and tbh I had a hard time believing what some of the affected people were saying. It all seemed like many of them were just describing the concept of "inner voice" in overly complicated manners. As if they interpreted inner voice as some kind of a sound input in our ears.
But for real I can´t really know. I would really like to talk with someone irl suffering from this... explain to me how their thought process works.
I mean how does the understanding of language emerge in the brain if there is nothing that could be described as "inner voice"? You can argue that words are just a concept, which can be understood without sound involved. But still - letters are a representation of phonetics for a reason.
Then again if you are born deaf, you can still learn to read, write and "talk", without experiencing the concept of sound.
I mean I really don´t understand this whole shit when I really think about it now.
I started actively using inner talk late also. I think it was when I was after ~19 years old. Until then, I was thinking visually. Whenever I was speaking, I wasn't sure what exactly I am going say, because I didn't prepare it in my thoughts beforehand. Eventually I just realized that there is so much that I'm missing by not using my head properly. Funnily enough, the trigger that made me come to that realization was counter-strike, when I realized that after years of playing I actually haven't learned how to play the actual game, because I was never thinking to applying any logic nor system to how I play it.
girl in my school thought she was crazy because she had voice in her head xdd