Some Of The Weirder MS Symptoms

Some of the Weirder MS Symptoms

Multiple Sclerosis is a disease that can cause a huge number of different symptoms that often vary from person to person.  We talk often about the “common” ones like fatigue, pain, temperature intolerance, cognitive impairment, spasticity, speech issues, numbness, and depression.  Today I want to talk about some of the less known and stranger symptoms we can encounter.  The “weird” symptoms (though really, aren’t all of our symptoms weird?).   It should be no surprise that a disease that attacks the brain and central nervous system can have such a varied range of symptoms, these are arguably the most complex parts of our body and so much is still unknown about how they work.  So, there are many symptoms people experience and never even consider that they were caused by MS.  I’m going to mention a few here, but it in no way will be all of them!

Wetness and other weird sensations

I’m gonna start off with one that I experience often and felt crazy when I spoke to my doctor about it.  It’s a feeling of wetness in my limbs.  For me, it often happens with my legs (but this happens to other parts of the body too), I will suddenly feel like my legs are soaking wet.  Like I just stepped out of a pool.  It is such a realistic feeling that I will instinctively reach down to check on them.  My hand feels dryness, my legs feel wet.  It’s an extremely weird sensation.  My eyes and my hands are telling me that my legs are dry, but my legs are telling me they are wet.  I’ve since learned that many people with MS get this or a similar feeling.  Along with wetness, I’ll often get other weird sensations, like vibrations in my leg.  It literally feels like a cell phone is vibrating in my pocket, even though my phone is on the table.

The “Hug”

One weird symptom you may have heard about is the dreaded MS Hug.  The hug is essentially an assortment of pains and sensations around the muscles between your ribs.  The end result is intense squeezing and crushing feelings.  Like someone has wrapped around you and is giving you a crushing hug.  Some people will feel more like pressure, burning, numbness, or tingling than squeezing, but regardless, it’s extremely uncomfortable.  It’s also something that many people don’t realize is caused by MS.

Lhermitte’s Sign

Lhermitte’s Sign, also called Barber Chair Sign, is an electric shock sensation that happens when the neck is tilted down.  The electric shock feeling will often go through your arms and legs when you move your neck.  While it’s often when you tilt your head down, suddenly moving your neck in other directions can trigger it too.  Imagine feeling a sudden electric jolt through your body just because you moved your head?  It’s awful.  Now imagine the consequences of such a thing if you were driving or operating dangerous equipment, it’s not only unpleasant, it’s dangerous.

Getting sick

This is more a byproduct of treatment than the actual disease, but there is a tendency for those battling MS to get other illnesses more easily.  The very nature of the disease is that our immune system isn’t working right (it’s attacking our own bodies), so many treatments will often decrease the effectiveness of our immune system.  That can be good for battling MS, but it can also mean that we are more likely to catch every other bug out there.  If I’m out in a big crowd, I can almost guarantee I’ll come back with something.  Picking up an illness, even something like the common cold can be a nightmare.  It’ll often last much longer for me than others and can also ramp up my MS.  Ashley does a good job talking about some other aspects of getting sick here.  My point is that we are much more susceptible and need to remember that.

Headaches and migraine

Not always thought of as an MS symptom, it is now being recognized as being much more common than was previously thought  It’s even been mentioned that migraines may be up to twice as common in those with MS than the normal population.  Studies are still being done, however, many people I know with MS suffer from migraines, which can be extremely debilitating.

Dizziness and vertigo

Another not so well known set of symptoms is dizziness and vertigo.  Feelings of dizziness and feeling off-balance can actually be quite common among those with MS.  When coupled with muscle weakness and foot drop, it’s no wonder falls are such a common problem among MS patients.  Vertigo, which is the sensation of you or your surroundings spinning, may be less common, but can be extremely hard to deal with.  I unfortunately have experience with vertigo, during one relapse, I suffered from it almost constantly for a couple weeks.  It makes every aspect of life incredibly difficult.

So these are just a few of the weird symptoms that MS can cause.  There are plenty more that I’ll perhaps delve into later.  In the meantime, I’d love to hear from you and find out what weird symptoms you’ve experienced.  I recommend checking out our Q&A section on the topic and letting us know there!

Thanks for reading! – Devin

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  • Kalcauter
    3 weeks ago

    I have MS as exploding head syndrome. I don’t know if the exploding head syndrome is part of the MS though. My neurologist said that a link has not been established but that it’s a possibility. Does anyone else have this issue?

  • Devin Garlit moderator author
    2 weeks ago

    Hi Kalcauter, I’ve not heard of Exploding Head Syndrome being common in MS, but I know very little about it. It’s always possible that it could exist in addition to MS though. Perhaps one of our readers will see this and offer up a similar experience.

  • christinap
    2 months ago

    Hi Devin, I seem to be finding myself reading many of your articles- they are very informative to me.
    I have yet to be actually diagnosed with MS, but my neurologist has said that it is most likely what I have.
    The entire month of August I had vertigo ( I had just went on a cruise and just thought I was sea sick still) eventually I went to the ER and they said it was vertigo- the ER said to go to my eye dr, so I did- while there he noticed some stuff, sent me to a retina specialist and it turns out I had a torn retina….
    none of the dizziness or weird feelings went away so I went to see my PCP again, he sent me for an MRI of the brain and sent me to a neurologist.
    When I went to see him in Oct, he wanted me to get a cervical and thorasic MRI as well as a contrast brain MRI- along with blood work done. Long story short, I have spinal fusion rods on my entire spine so the MRI’s were inconclusive since he could not see anything. Also during this time I was experiencing weird electric sensations down my spine every so often, I thought I was having sciatica and never thought it could be related until my Dr. asked me if I was experiencing any tingling- when I told him that it felt like a phone was vibrating on my back he explained to me Lhermitte Sign.
    Because of this and approximently 10 lesions on my brain, I am going to get a lumbar puncture next week to hopefully help determine if I in fact have MS or not.

    These last few months have been weird to say the least, my legs taking the most toll on me. I always feel like I ran a marathon but all I do is sit at work, and when I lay down they feel like they are wrapped in barbed wire. I get this down my arms as well. WHen I look back on it I have noticed these things happening but I just always thought it was just a side effect from my back surgery.

    Any suggestions or thoughts you can share with me as I wait?

  • Ninjamomma77
    4 months ago

    I don’t know if anyone else has experienced this but I wanted to share my issue. I have been dealing with an awful burning sensation on my right arm. It’s odd because it feels like hot pokers underneath my skin on my right arm only. My skin is cool to the touch but it feels like I have a terrible sunburn underneath the skin. I have had several epidurals & other medications to help alleviate the discomfort. However so far nothing has worked! ☹️

  • Devin Garlit moderator author
    4 months ago

    Thank you Ninjamomma77! I actually experiece burning pain pretty much on a daily basis. Sadly people with MS encounter pain like this. I talk a little more about different types of MS related pain here: https://multiplesclerosis.net/living-with-ms/the-torture-that-is-chronic-pain/

  • ClumsyMumsy2
    5 months ago

    I do during the hottest of the summer or the coldest of the winter. It is real fleeting for me but always in the temple. If I take a nap, it helps.

  • MoPadgett
    5 months ago

    Does anyone else get a stabbing sensation in their head? Like someone stabbed you. Lasts a minute or so and goes away. Usually it is severe enough I literally stop and grab my head where I feel it. I’ve asked my Dr. about it and he doesn’t think it is related to my MS.

  • PK
    10 months ago

    I had horrible debilitating migraines 5-6 times a year before being diagnosed with PPMS. Since being put on Ampyra I have had 1 in 2 years

  • janetrobertson
    1 year ago

    I have some of the weird symptoms along with the common symptoms, but the treatment that really has helped me is a sleep apnea machine. I have a lot less fatigue and cognitive problems. It is my understanding that 40% of MS patients have sleep apnea.I think that what more people should be checked for this problem.

  • Jorja
    1 year ago

    I am going to ask me Dr. to test me for sleep apnea. I have never snored before and now I have started (my husband says in a “big way”, thought his grandpa was in the room. I also get the bug feelings and the feeling someone is pulling my hair from the inside.

  • Devin Garlit moderator author
    1 year ago

    Thank you janetrobertson! Thank you for raising that, I’ve know many people who have been treated for sleep apnea and felt considerably better. It’s certainly something that people don’t always think about as a possible problem.

  • rostand
    1 year ago

    I’ve had the ‘drip’ down the leg for years now. Or the feeling a bug was crawling on me. Then there’s the vibrating in a ‘personal’ area. Weird is right!

  • Devin Garlit moderator author
    1 year ago

    Thanks for sharing rostand! For the longest time I really did think I was the only one with the weird drip sensation! Seeing all the comments, I now realize how common it is!

  • LKBnKY
    1 year ago

    Thanks for all your support guys.
    It’s great to have others to bounce these MS quirks off with.

  • Devin Garlit moderator author
    1 year ago

    Thank you LKBnKY! I always try to encourage folks to comment on my pieces for just that reason, it’s great to see folks share all these quirky issues. For me, it definitely makes them feel less weird!

  • Luckymom3
    1 year ago

    My neuro insists that the severe eye pain I have is not related to my past optic neuritis. I know it is. It has never occurred in the eye that didn’t have optic neuritis. The pain comes on in the middle of the night and wakes me up. It lasts until the next afternoon. I take doses of Aleve and Tylenol until it fades. The pain is so severe that I picture scooping my eye out with a spoon for relief. Yikes. Obviously, I’m not going to do that. It really feels like someone stabbing a knife behind my eyeball. :/ It’s not a migraine, because I get those, too. I definitely know the difference.

  • LKBnKY
    1 year ago

    Does anyone ever experience the crazy eye spasms that I do? These are Crazy!
    Unfortunately I have lost my vision while driving my car more than once now and have had to give up driving. This IS one thing I have been grieving over and super reluctant to do. Any suggestions?

  • Devin Garlit moderator author
    1 year ago

    Thank you LKBnKY, I do get eye spasms from time to time. For me, they are very similar to many of my other spasms.

  • Luckymom3
    1 year ago

    I have had these. It seems like they occur when I’m extremely tired. The only way to relieve mine is closing my eyes. I can’t look at anything to strain my eyes. If I need to open my eyes, I press on the top of my eyelids and that seems to help. Good luck.

  • itasara
    1 year ago

    I have had the sensation that feels like a drop of water running down my leg, but there was nothing there. Glad to hear I’m not the only one who has though something like this but it’s not like I have totally wet feet or anything like that it’s just been feeling of a dripping This has happened very infrequently like two or three times and it has been a long time i think since this has occurred. I have had MS hugs but not seriously. Before I had MS or knew I had MS I got these hugs now and then and I mentioned it to my internist at some point and even my internist thought it was something muscular and Didn’t think much about it. I don’t get them all that often anymore. Ibusually take a big breath and they go away in very short time like a matter of seconds. Once in a while lately I get them feeling like I’m being bit by mosquito, it is just feeling like I’ve been stung, but it was not an actual sting It’s probably some kind of neurological effect.
    I feel when I walk without my shoes on that I’m walking on sand but this is the effect of the very first symptom I had 12 years ago of transverse myelitis. It is the one in fact he did not go away while the rest of the numbness I had did. And I remember when I did get diagnosed,the neurologist asked me if my feet and legs felt heavy and they did which was the result of the transverse myelitis. I have read that one’s immune system with MS can be reved up so to speak. I hardly ever get a cold or get sick. I had two colds in the past six years. The first one left me with no sense of taste or smell for almost three years. Some of my taste and smell has started to return but not to the extent it used to be.

  • Devin Garlit moderator author
    1 year ago

    Thanks so much for sharing itasara! Very much appreciated. So many weird sensations!

  • 1c7s7cj
    1 year ago

    Before I was diagnosed I would occasionally have one leg feel like it weighed 400 pounds, so much so that I would keep looking at to make sure it was normal sized. It was one of those things I now know was an MS event.

  • Devin Garlit moderator author
    1 year ago

    Thanks 1c7s7cj, I’ve had a similar experience during a relapse at one point. My right arm and leg both felt so much heavier than my left ones!

  • Julena
    1 year ago

    I would appreciate any comments on this I can get. All of a sudden I can’t cough. I will clear my throat with a cough, but not now. I take a huge deep breath and I sound like I have some kind of weird thing going on. It lasted about three days the first time it visited, then it got alright. Then it happened again. That is how I kind of think its MS because it comes and goes.PS I can swallow fine.

  • Devin Garlit moderator author
    1 year ago

    Thank you Julena, you may want to mention that to your doctor to be safe. You can swallow now but you want to make sure that everything is going correctly.

  • Ramona
    1 year ago

    I have Extream sweating so bad, that my scrubs, at work, would have to be changed 4 times a day.. within a 8 hr period.
    I have felt ice cold water ,,felt like it was streaming down on the outer back side of my leg.. I even asked a co-worker if i was wet on my back side. Nothing was there.
    I have had Extream pain. when ever i bent my neck down to read or to work on something…
    ….and of course the normal elcetral pain going down the leg , or the arm, or neck.

    Lyrica helped. a lots.. but the side effects if taking it daily was I was seeing white.. every thing was very bright… hard to read.. I take it seldom not.. and that symptom is not around much .

    I have had the area around my back side of the upper teeth Numb… or very painful. I had it checked out.. and the dr. stated that it was more than likely the nerve that went along the top teeth.

    Oh, how I wish I did not have MS.. Living without a job.. That is not life.

  • NickK
    1 year ago

    Devin, the cellphone-in-my-pocket thing. I’ve had exactly that, intermittently, since about 3 years before I was diagnosed. I never mentioned it to a Neurologist, but your comment makes me think I should. When it first started, it was happening on a regular/daily basis, so I mentioned it to my GP, worried that it was deep vein thrombosis (it’s not, all the tests came back negative for that).

  • Devin Garlit moderator author
    1 year ago

    Thanks Nick, I would mention it to your neuro at some point. It’s probably nothing to worry about, probably just another fun MS sensation, but it’s always good thay have it in your records. It’s a very weird feeling though!

  • Coop2
    1 year ago

    How about trigeminal neuralgia? After visiting the dentist for a cleaning, I started having pain that shot up from my right teeth, up my jaw to my ear.

    It comes and goes; but I am unsure whether I should visit the dentist; or my neurologist (who I think will just confirm that I have it).

    Any comments/suggestions about living with this sharp pain. Even eating/chewing can be delicate.

  • Devin Garlit moderator author
    1 year ago

    Thanks Coop2, TN is, unfortunately, a pretty common MS symptom. One you should mention to an MS specialist because there are things they can do, from trying different medications to even a surgery if the issue is bad enough.

  • NickK
    1 year ago

    Yup, I have trigeminal neuralgia attacks pretty regularly. I have both Type 1 (shocking/stabbing sensation to my nose, cheeks, and forehead) and Type 2 (burning sensation) on the left side of my face. It’s extremely difficult to focus/concentrate on anything during attacks.

    Medication is only slightly helpful: opioids do nothing. My current regimen of 2100mg of Gabapentin and 600mg of Oxcarbazepine reduce the frequency and severity of attacks, but don’t outright stop them.

    I try to avoid triggers, but that would mean growing a beard (not shaving) as frequently), smelly breath (not brushing teeth as frequently), and body odor (avoiding water splashing on my face). I avoid those things to a point, or at least have to schedule doing them when I know I’ll have an hour or two free afterwards, to scream/cry/lay on the floor in a ball.

  • Coop2
    1 year ago

    I also suffer from allergies, which I think affects me too.

  • jekaale
    1 year ago

    I was diagnosed with ME at 25. An odd symptom I have is extreme sweating or not seeatomg. When I now the yard I will continue sweating for an hour after going inside… or I will not sweat at all sometimes.

    My body has recently forgotten how to throw a ball. Playing catch with daughter has become impossible. About a year ago I suddenly could not get the ball to go where I wanted it to go. I can catch her pitches i just can’t hrow them back.

  • Devin Garlit moderator author
    1 year ago

    Thank you jekaale! I sweat a lot too, even in the cold! That’s very interesting about your throwing mechanics!

  • NickK
    1 year ago

    I have problems with thermoregulation (swearing/not sweating) too! I find that wearing cooling gear anytime I go out in heat helps.

  • fishylady43321
    1 year ago

    My weirdest symptom could possibly be described as the MS “hug” inside my head, above my ears. I get up feeling pretty good, then a couple of hours later, I get the feeling of a swelling inside my head that is so distracting, I can’t do much. It is sort of headachy, but just leaves me with a foggy brain, so that I am unable to accomplish anything.

  • Devin Garlit moderator author
    1 year ago

    Thank you and sorry to hear fishylady43321. Definitely make sure you mention that to your doctor, that sounds awful!

  • NorthwoodsGirl
    1 year ago

    OMG!! The wet thing!! I experience that walking around on our wood floors. Like my sock is wet. We have an old dog that has accidents at times and when I am about to say “Ew!” I look down and nothing is there. I feel my sock and it is dry. Its always my left foot & fools me every time. When my MS gets ramped up I experience the fun Vertigo, hot pain in my left cheek (not my butt cheek lol!Sorry gotta laugh when you can), hearing loss so severe in my right ear that I wear a hearing aid and have with continued tinnitus in that ear as well(even though I am 95% deaf) and when I am fatigued- which is almost everyday- my right eye drifts towards my nose & I see double & have glasses for that.
    I have had all these crazy symptoms since 40 and got worse in this past decade and thankfully(?) at 50 an alert young neuro treating me for migraines put two & two together and WA LA. RRMS was born.
    Thank you for your honest informative posts!

  • Devin Garlit moderator author
    1 year ago

    Thank you for sharing NorthwoodsGirl! Sad to hear it took so long to get that RRMS diagnosis. That is such a common issue these days, you almost have to luck out with having a good doctor who can put it all together!

  • NorthwoodsGirl
    1 year ago

    Also have an entire list of other symptoms but those were the weird ones

  • LuvMyDog
    1 year ago

    Amazing what this disease does, isn’t it?!! I can no longer tilt my head up to look at the sky, I get very dizzy. Bending to far forward does the same. I have tinnitus, constant ringing, swooshing, hissing in my ears. I try to ignore it most of the time. When it first started many years ago I had no idea what it was and asked somebody that was standing in line with me at the grocery store, “what is that ridiculous noise, it sounds like wires buzzing?” I can only imagine what that person thought of me. I get an intense itch on my back and sides, feels like feathers going up and down my back and I have a back-scratcher at hand always. I’ve heard a bell in my head numerous times. I get sharp pains in my face, my eye, my neck, fingers, legs and feet. I walk into door jambs, some days, very off balance, some days, not so much. I have facial tics…the list goes on.

  • Devin Garlit moderator author
    1 year ago

    Thank you LuvMyDog! Always appreciate your comments! I can certainly relate to just about everything you said! It sure is an amazing disease with the number and types of issues we get!

  • chalknpens
    1 year ago

    I always enjoyed watching the night sky, finding the constellations in the fall months, and tracking the phases of the moon. But for the past ten years or so, I haven’t been able to tilt my head back while standing without risking a fall … even sitting in a chair outdoors and leaning my head back causes dizziness and light-headedness. Sad, that.

  • Devin Garlit moderator author
    1 year ago

    Thank you chalknpens! I’m sorry to hear that, I have trouble tilting my head all the back too (also all the way forward will make me dizzy and light headed as well).

  • KellyGI
    2 years ago

    I get the electric shocks but they are very mild in intensity. So much so that they often feel like walking into a spider web. If they happen while I’m not moving I know what it is. It gets trickier while moving. I’ve actually walk through some spider webs and ignored it because I thought it was my MS. The frustration of that though is tempered by it not being the MS in those situations.

  • Devin Garlit moderator author
    2 years ago

    Thank you KellGI. Now that you mention, I am pretty sure I’ve had that exact same sensation at times too!

  • marigoldg
    2 years ago

    OMG, I have all kinds of weird symptoms. I have auditory hallucinations, where I will hear a radio or the television, even when neither are on anywhere in the house – it absolutely drives me up the wall. Sometimes, it’s hearing the phone ring when it hasn’t at all. These come and go. And then there’s the buzzing in my head that comes and goes. My MS specialist tells me this happens because I have several lesions in the part of my brain that processes sounds.

    I also have weird muscle twitches that make my face look funny. I get twitches in my lips that make me look like a kissy fish! Or suddenly my eyebrows will start twitching, turning me into Groucho Marx!

    I have strange tastes and smells sometimes. They are usually acrid and very unpleasant.

    I get both burning and icy cold feelings in my feet at the same time. Sometimes I feel like someone has taken a sharp needle and stuck it into the ends of my fingers or elbows.

    I also get the dreaded hug on a pretty regular basis. If I catch it as it begins with either a baclofen or tizanadine, then I can head it off. But if I try to tough it out, I always regret it in my misery.

    I also get terrible charlie horse cramps in my legs and torso. I’m now getting Botox injections to help with that. The ones that happen in my right foot are so bad, I’ve developed bursitis in that ankle/heel.

    Oh the joys of Progressive MS! Pffft!

  • NickK
    1 year ago

    I get the auditory hallucinations too, especially when fatigued. I describe it as kind of like when you’re at the edge of two radio stations’ ranges – there’s reality, and then there’s bits of this catchy tune or talkshow interspersed. I can tell which one is the hallucination, but it’s annoying as hell!

    Same with phantosmia (smell hallucinations) – generally unpleasant, like rotten fish or really low-quality cigarettes (I don’t smoke).

  • Devin Garlit moderator author
    2 years ago

    Thanks so much marigoldg! Appreciate you sharing those!

  • Azjackie
    2 years ago

    For me it isn’t wetness but fire. my legs, abdomen, and forehead feel like they are on fire. First I thought hot flashes or fever from a cold but no. Hotter. Much much hotter.

    Not hot flashes, no sweating and my legs and abs are affected. Dr says probably not at 46. Not a cold, no other symptoms.

    I was burning visiting with my family. My bofriend was sitting near me with his hand on my knee. He declared “ouch”. He looked me in the face and said it was bright red. I cooled off a bit with a water soaked hand towel. Ouch? Really?

  • 1y4w1b6
    2 years ago

    I don’t know if this is part of MS, but every once a while (monthly) I hear a noise in my head. Not through my ears. I seems as if it is in my brain. The first time I heard a very loud bell. I said to my husband ” did you hear that bell”? He replied “No”. It happened two more instances that same night. They were right after one another. The noise I hear now is a metal noise. I can’t explain what I mean, but it sounds kind or like electricity. Anyone else?
    Amy

  • 1y4w1b6
    1 year ago

    Thanks for all the responses. I feel better that someone else can relate.
    Amy

  • Azjackie
    2 years ago

    Hello! I have heard of this. My friend Pam from my MS support group experiences a low ringing from the back of her head. She says this noise increases with a deep refreshing breath.

    Her Dr explained hers was due to a lesion within her cervical spine. She combats this similar to a migraine a cool cloth on her forehead in a dark room.

    Maybe this will help with meditation.

    Jackie

  • l4u95h
    2 years ago

    I’ve had vertigo since the beginning. I had it several months straight before I got my diagnoses. I have to watch it will come back all of a sudden a lot. I have to be careful how I move. I get the wet sensation as well. it is very annoying. Thank-you so much for this article.

  • Devin Garlit moderator author
    1 year ago

    Thanks l4u95h, vertigo and so many of these odd symptoms are very common for those of us with MS. We don’t always realize how common though!

  • ChantieSou
    2 years ago

    The “wet” sensation is still one I’m getting used to! I think the biggest symptom that took me by surprise would be the seizures/paroxysmal symptoms. It’s still crazy waking up with body tremors… everyone is different I suppose!

  • Jordanhulet
    2 years ago

    I was diagnosed abou 8 months ago. I do not share a room with a partner, but a few weeks ago I was on vacation with a friend and I was told that I act out my dreams in my sleep… kind of like a dog does when they are “running” in their sleep. I haven’t seen my neurologist yet, but has anyone heard of this?

  • NickK
    1 year ago

    I’ve at least had wild kicking/flailing in my sleep, and had a sleep study done in a lab. It’s similar to Restless Leg Syndrome. My Neurologist prescribed xanax at bedtime, which helped to calm the symptom until it passed after a few months.

  • Devin Garlit moderator author
    2 years ago

    Very interesting Jordanhulet, I haven’t heard of that one related to MS yet, but I have certainly known others who experience it!

  • valentina.holmes
    2 years ago

    Finally someone says something about wetness. From time to time, I feel my feet like I’m wearing wet socks. I even touch them to make sure that it’s dry. Usually I fell this when I’m about to get something like a cold.

  • Devin Garlit moderator author
    2 years ago

    Thank you Valentina! Since this was posted, I’ve had a number of people mention the wetness sensation to me! It seems to be way more common that I ever thought!

  • qvh5op
    2 years ago

    For me the unusual sensation is the feeling that my hands are sticky, like I have just eaten some watermelon. I have gone so far as to ask someone to check for me. Who ever I ask usually looks at me as if I’m crazy, but the feeling is so real that I feel a need to verify it for my own piece of mind.

  • Devin Garlit moderator author
    2 years ago

    Thank you qvh5op,that’s very interesting! I hadn’t heard that one yet!

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