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I can recall the number plate of our family car over 35 years ago. What is something 'irrelevant' that you can remember?

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2 years ago
Any landline phone number I’ve ever had
Locker code from high school 20 years ago
Cashier code from my first job
So many song lyrics for years and years ago.
Anyone know why your brain can retain this random stuff and not important things you actually need right now?

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2 years ago
Hahaha. Love it

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2 years ago
Maybe because those things you remember were repetitive. Most day you’d use those codes, punch those numbers and sing those songs. It becomes embedded in your brain.

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2 years ago
Everything ever, random song lyrics, numbers like regos, cards, phone ones etc. But I couldn't for the life of me remember what an adjective was the other day doing my son's homework 😂

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2 years ago
This is me too.

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2 years ago
My childhood landline number. My parents haven't had a landline since I was like 10, but 17 years later I still remember it

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2 years ago
My grandparents phone number from when I was a kid.

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2 years ago
Same

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2 years ago
My first bike lock combination!

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2 years ago
People's birthdays... I still relent birthdays of people I went to primary school with

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2 years ago
Phone numbers - I remember our home phone number from 20 years ago.
I also remember really irrelevant things about people. To the point where I feel like I come across as creepy if people find out I remember something they told me ages ago so I don’t say anything and pretend that I did my know that about them.

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2 years ago
Dads phone number
Iv forgotten all other numbers I knew by heart (including my old ones)
But I can still remeber dads off by heart.

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2 years ago
My ex’s name. It’s very irrelevant now 😂😂

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2 years ago
Nato stock number of AA batteries from my time in the RNZAF.

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2 years ago
Not quite the same, but I am still using versions of the password I was given in high school about 20 years ago.

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2 years ago
My cash register 5 digit access code from 25 years ago