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By :| - / Saturday 26 September 2015 04:10 / New Zealand - Nelson
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Maybe she was just about to touch it, but you reacted fast enough that she didn't have time to make full contact, and you simply thought she did? If not, I'm cueing the X-Files theme.

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Well there is something called congenital analgesia where a person can't feel pain at all. Or she just never touched it and you managed to keep her from touching it just in time

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Maybe she was just about to touch it, but you reacted fast enough that she didn't have time to make full contact, and you simply thought she did? If not, I'm cueing the X-Files theme.

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Or maybe she's one of those rare people who can't feel pain or one of those types who have a high pain tolerance. My theory would only work if she got burned and didn't feel it, but you get my point.

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Eh, you don't have to not feel ANY pain. I get hurt like usual if I bump into something but I'm like this with heat. I use oven gloves when taking stuff out of the oven but could probably touch the tray for a bit, I touch hot food as I'm cooking and eat hot food that's just been cooked. My boyfriend's always burning himself because I say something's fine to eat and apparently it's not. My mum's the same way. Some people are just like that with heat, women especially apparently.

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I had something like that happen to me too, except it was in fourth grade when I brought hermit crab food to school and two boys took it from me. The kid told the other, "I'll eat it if you do." So the kid pretended to eat it. The other kid then actually ate it, and puked

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