This is not so much a question as it is a statement. I live in Canada and I stopped by Tim Hortons to order a coffee and muffin. I went through the drive-thru. As I was driving up to the speaker I was thinking that I should have a Decaffinated coffee and really wanted a chocolate chip muffin.
But since I really wanted to wake up I placed an order for a regular coffee (double double) and a blueberry muffin. I said it, I KNEW I said it out loud "I'd like a small double double and a blueberry muffin please"...Confirmed the order on the screen $3.97 and drove to the window.
The lady hands me my coffee: "Here's your Decaf and muffin"...They even write on the lid in white China marker 'dec' for decaffinated. I drove away. I didn't look at the muffin until I got to work.
It was CHOCOLATE chip!
So, I did not get what I asked for, I got what I THOUGHT of! Very strange but this proves that what we think of without focusing on the outcome can happen almost immediately. I wonder if this has happened to anyone else?
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